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3 January 2018
At the North Yorkshire Fire Authority meeting on 13 December, the decision was taken unanimously to reverse the decision made three years ago to reduce crewing of 'tactical response vehicles' (TRVs) to just three firefighters.
12 July 2017
Continued coordinated action against driver-only operation on three rail networks has continued, with strikes on Merseyrail, Northern and Southern starting on 8 July
7 December 2016
"Slash and trash plans" is how campaigners from Health Campaigns Together renamed the government's Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs), the latest vehicle for cuts to the NHS.
24 August 2016
Thousands attend rallies while CLPs continue to endorse the anti-austerity leader
30 March 2016
"I love the Socialist Party!" exclaimed one young woman who saw our stall in Harrogate on 23 March campaigning in support of the junior doctors, writes Iain Dalton, West/North Yorkshire Socialist Party organiser.
19 November 2014
A student nurse approached Harrogate Socialist Party's NHS campaign stall on 15 November
17 September 2014
Socialist Party members campaigned with transport union RMT against rail fare increases on Monday 8 September, writes Iain Dalton, Leeds Socialist Party.
8 April 2014
Around 500 people protested in Leeds on 5th April against the bedroom tax
12 February 2014
Harrogate: Harrogate may be one of the smallest Socialist Party branches but we have a regular Socialist Party town centre stall
23 January 2013
Cardiff: Nearly 100 people braved the cold and rain last Saturday in Cardiff to protest against attempts to scapegoat benefit claimants for the economic crisis...
21 January 2013
Tory-led North Yorkshire county council has embarked on a series of "consultations" with the public over the impact of spending cuts
8 October 2011
Flying in the face of some misleading newspaper reports, 1,000 people have marched in Yorkshire in support of the Jarrow march
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