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20 April 2016

Why I'm standing

Tom Baldwin for mayor of Bristol: Over 100 million has been cut from Bristol City Council by the independent mayor and his cross-party cabinet. Over 1,000 jobs have been threatened, with cuts to libraries, care services, parks and more.

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20 April 2016

Free runs threatened

A parish council in Gloucestershire has voted to start asking for 'donations' from runners at free weekly 'Parkrun' events.

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15 April 2016

Pent Valley students strike against closure

Hundreds of school students struck against the closure of their Technology College

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13 April 2016

Keep Parkrun free!

Stoke Gifford Parish Council in Gloucestershire has decided to ask park runners for a contribution for using their local park. The use of parks should be kept free!

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13 April 2016

France: full-scale struggle with government is erupting

A new period of class struggle has opened up in France. Until recently, the smouldering discontent among workers was finding expression in isolated but numerous workplace battles - over threatened closures, redundancies and the growing repression against workers' representatives.

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13 April 2016

Campaigning for scholarships for refugees - and free education for all

Portsmouth Socialist Students, together with activists from other student societies, have launched a petition asking the University of Portsmouth to offer 20 scholarships to refugees. 26 British universities have already done this.

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13 April 2016

No A-level courses in Knowsley thanks to 'academies' system

Within a few weeks there will be no A-level provision in the borough of Knowsley, Merseyside. This is a chilling portent of what will happen to education in working class areas if the Tories and Blairites are allowed to get away with turning council-run schools into 'academies' run by unaccountable private profiteers.

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13 April 2016

Workers and youth unite to defend vital services

Youth workers and teenage service users lobbied Camden council on 6 April in defence of youth services which the Labour council plans to slash.

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11 April 2016

Library occupation ends with march on cutting council

The community occupation of Carnegie Library in Lambeth, south London, ended proudly and defiantly on 9 April. Over a thousand local residents and workers marched in protest - including a rebel Labour councillor. But the fight to save this and three other libraries is not over.

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6 April 2016

London Labour councils purge housing waiting lists

Labour councils in London have sat on their hands as the national housing crisis grips their boroughs. Now they resort to cooking the books and 'pop-up homes' to cover it up.

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6 April 2016

Workers and campaigners fight to save library

Unite members in the Socialist Party-led Greenwich branch defending the mobile library from closure held an open air story time on the steps of the town hall on 30 March.

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6 April 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Action against academies; bin workers strike; hospital caterers fight sell-off.

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6 April 2016

Letters

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Women's wages; US Democratic primaries; Birmingham and Reading cuts budgets; dole disgrace; Blairites back bosses' EU and erase Labour's socialist history.

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6 April 2016

Homelessness holding kids back, says teacher

As teachers, we know that if children are living in poverty and deprivation, it will adversely affect their mental health and in turn their learning. In this data-driven education system, this is one thing that can be measured.

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4 April 2016

Library occupied in 'siege' against Blairite cutters

Carnegie Library in Lambeth, south London, is under community occupation. The borough's Labour council closed it on 31 March to begin transforming it into yet another gym.

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4 April 2016

Save Pent Valley school demo demands a council u-turn

A hundred demonstrators staged a loud, colourful march through Folkestone on Saturday 2nd April against the threatened closure of Pent Valley secondary school. The closure is being driven by Tory-controlled Kent County Council and is the latest in a series of school closures across Kent.

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30 March 2016

Letter: Inadequate academies

Letters to the Socialist's editors.

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30 March 2016

Academy chain axed in head's pay scandal

The poster boy for the 'academy' system has fallen from grace, in a scandal which exposes the dangers of Tory backdoor privatisation plans, writes Ted Woodley, Birmingham Central Socialist Party.

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30 March 2016

Teachers and school students march against forced academies

Thousands of teachers marched through London on 23 March against Tory plans to force all schools to become academies. Thousands more marched in other cities across the country, writes Paul Callanan Socialist Party London.

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30 March 2016

1% worried

Capitalists anxious about anger against inequality are urging reforms to assuage bitter workers

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