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5 March 2014

Striking to defend education services

Unite members working for the Attendance and Welfare Service in Lewisham have voted to take strike action in protest at a 50% staffing cut

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5 March 2014

Letter of protest to the BBC

On 25 February the BBC's 6pm news bulletin referred to Militant, the Socialist's predecessor, in its item on PIE

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Outsourced cleaners working at SOAS college in London were on strike on 4 and 5 March 2014, photo I Pattison

Outsourced cleaners working at SOAS college in London were on strike on 4 and 5 March 2014, photo I Pattison

5 March 2014

Pictures: Cleaners strike at London college

Outsourced cleaners working at SOAS college in London were on strike on 4 and 5 March in their battle for the same sick pay, holidays and pensions as staff employed directly by this part of London university

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28 February 2014

Hull council continues to implement Tory cuts

It was no surprise to campaigners and trade unionists in Hull that the Labour council has agreed cuts of 48 million to services over the next two years with a loss of up to 500 jobs

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28 February 2014

Powys council backtracks on two flagship cuts

Powys, one of the most rural counties in Wales, with no large towns or cities, is not known for political protest

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Protest against the council cuts budget, Leicester, February 2014, photo S Score

27 February 2014

Every vulnerable section of society hit by Labour's budget

Around 200 noisy protesters gathered outside Leicester town hall to oppose the cuts being proposed inside

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26 February 2014

Wales: Unison branch challenges Labour with no-cuts budget

'What's the point of New Labour?' ask many working class people in Wales as all 11 Labour-led councils vote for cuts

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26 February 2014

End housing crisis: Rich landlords are real scroungers

Britain's richest MP, Tory Richard Benyon - 'worth' 110 million - has slammed benefits as "something for nothing". Yet who is living a life of luxury thanks to benefits? He is!

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26 February 2014

Budget bloodbaths show TUSC needed

Southampton: By 46 votes to two, with Labour, Lib Dem and Tory councillors all voting for cuts, the Southampton council budget meeting on 13 February showed only socialist councillors Keith Morrell and Don Thomas offer any alternative

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Don't Cut Us Out campaigners, Chichester, 14.2.14

25 February 2014

Callous Tories slash care services

The Don't Cut Us Out group was set up to campaign to defend vulnerable people from council cuts

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24 February 2014

Bristol budget makes for chilling reading

Bristol was dealt a huge blow last week as the council agreed a budget with over 80 million of cuts to jobs and services

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Nuneaton YFJ protest outside MP's office

24 February 2014

Nuneaton students demand proper wages and hours

Young members of Nuneaton Socialist Party led a student protest outside the local office of Tory MP Marcus Jones

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Campaigning for rent control in Waltham Forest, East London, photo Sarah Wrack

19 February 2014

High rents + low wages - End this housing misery

'Generation rent' is becoming more like 'three generations rent'. The website has recently revealed that in 2013 more than 60,000 over-40s placed 'room wanted' adverts on the site

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19 February 2014

Medway council will "rue the day" they attacked library

Over 60 people attended a public meeting in Strood, one of the Medway towns in Kent, on 15 February to discuss the next moves in a grassroots campaign to save the local library

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19 February 2014

Not elected to cut, but Labour councillors press ahead

Cowards flinching and traitors sneering a plenty but not a single principled Labour councillor willing to vote against Con-Dem cuts

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19 February 2014

Service users "terrified" by cuts in Worcester

80 people whistled, rattled and jeered at a midday protest as Worcestershire county council voted to cut 98 million of services

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19 February 2014

Care worker action escalates in Glasgow

The Glasgow care workers strike action is growing stronger and more solid. After taking two 48-hour strikes in January nearly 400 Unison members involved completed a 72-hour strike over the Valentine's weekend

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19 February 2014

Councils pass on Tory pain

Lewisham Labour mayor Steve Bullock's council policy is cuts, cuts and more cuts. There have already been 82 million of them, 17 million are planned after May's council election

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19 February 2014

Workplace news in brief

Council pay: The local government employers have scrapped the pay negotiations for 1.6 million workers until the new rate for the minimum wage is set in May

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18 February 2014

Anti-cuts councillor exposes devastating cuts plans

Councillor Kevin Bennett, suspended from the Labour group for voting against cuts, obtained information on this year's planned budget

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