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25 September 2013

Labour conference - no socialist policies

What we think: Asked by a member of the public when he would "bring back socialism" Ed Miliband replied: "that is what we are doing, Sir". Unfortunately, it would be impossible to spot socialist policies at this year's Labour conference.

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Janice Godrich, President of PCS. addresses NSSN lobby of TUC congress 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

Janice Godrich, photo Paul Mattsson

11 September 2013

Disaffiliate from pro-capitalist Labour

In a speech at the 2013 congress of the TUC, PCS president Janice Godrich set out the reality of Austerity Britain: 13 million people live in poverty, up by a million since the Coalition came to power; 1.8 million families are on housing waiting lists; half a million people are now reliant on food banks

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11 September 2013

TUC congress dominated by questions of joint action and links to Labour Party

"Your policies seem contradictory and they're confusing people. Can we get a clear answer: are you for or against austerity?" This question put by PCS president Janice Godrich to Labour leader Ed Miliband

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10 September 2013

Miliband's speech offers nothing different

Ed Miliband has proven time and again that he does not want the Labour Party to represent organised workers within the trade union movement - and his policies don't represent the interests of workers

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2 September 2013

Miliband expected to promise repeal of bedroom tax

As reported in the Sunday People, Ed Miliband is expected to announce that a Labour government would repeal the bedroom tax

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17 July 2013

Durham Miners' Gala shows mood for new party

From the platform of the Durham Miners' Gala Davie Hopper, general secretary of the Durham Miners' Association, mentioned this was the first time in 115 years there hadn't been a Labour MP speaking

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5 July 2013

Unite meets roadblock in New Labour

Time to discuss step of disaffiliation: The attack on Unite, the biggest trade union in the country, following New Labour's suspension of the selection process in Falkirk, is a decisive moment in the relationship between the unions and Labour. Unite's preferred candidate and the constituency chairperson have been suspended from party positions [Article updated 8.7.13]

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26 June 2013

Jack Straw forced to retract lies about Militant

In his book Last Man Standing, Jack Straw, home secretary in Blair's government, claims to have made every effort to ensure factual accuracy. He has now been forced to admit publicly that some of his allegations were totally untrue. Peter Harris exposes some of the dirty tricks

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12 June 2013

Labour crosses the Rubicon - again

In a series of speeches last week, the Labour leadership crossed the Rubicon and completely betrayed the poor and working class

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Mary Jackson, photo Mary4Mayor

4 May 2013

TUSC Doncaster Mayor candidate wins 1,900 votes in Ed Miliband's backyard

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate Mary Jackson polled 1,916 votes, coming in ahead of the Lib Dems

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17 April 2013

Welsh NHS cuts - no change of heart from Labour

Ed Miliband said, at Labour Party Wales Conference, that he wants the shadow cabinet to come to Wales and learn from the good things that the Welsh Government is doing, writes Ronnie Job.

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Ed Miliband avoids protesters against the Bedroom tax, photo by Chris Moore

Ed Miliband avoids protesters against the Bedroom tax, photo by Chris Moore

17 April 2013

Ineffectual Ed visits South West

Waiting for Labour leader Ed Miliband to arrive in Stroud as part of his whistle stop election tour of the South West, one person asked which direction he was coming, writes Chris Moore, Gloucestershire Socialist Party.

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5 December 2012

Challenging Jack Straw MP

In October, the Lancashire Telegraph serialised former Labour cabinet minister Jack Straw's memoirs. Peter Harris, one of six Labour Party members expelled from Straw's Blackburn constituency party, wrote to the Lancashire Telegraph challenging Straw's version of events

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Waltham Forest protest, one of many protests outside Labour-run councils who pass Con-Dem austerity measures. , photo Senan

Waltham Forest protest, one of many protests outside Labour-run councils who pass Con-Dem austerity measures. , photo Senan

26 September 2012

Can Labour give a lead in fight against austerity?

The Labour Party conference takes place at a crucial time. Working people are crying out for a lead in a mass movement which can force elections and topple the hated Con-Dem government, writes Peter Taaffe

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5 September 2012

Them & Us

Underemployment: It's well known that the official unemployment figures hide the true extent of the jobs crisis in many ways...

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18 July 2012

Unenthusiastic reception for Miliband at Durham Miners' Gala

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband spoke at the Durham Miners' Gala, which is regarded as the largest working class event in Britain

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27 June 2012

Block on Progress - "intolerable think tank"?

Britain's three biggest unions, GMB, Unite and Unison, have all questioned the role of the Progress group inside the Labour Party, writes Bob Severn.

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27 June 2012

Miliband speech: no answer to the race to the bottom

"I have heard stories from my Doncaster constituency where East European migrants arrived to work in a local chicken factory for long hours at less than the minimum wage while sleeping 19 to 20 to a house...

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Tony Blair, bosses' puppet. Cartoon by Alan Hardman, photo Alan Hardman

Cartoon by Alan Hardman

30 May 2012

Leveson inquiry - the offer the 'Godfather' couldn't refuse?

This week the Leveson inquiry called the godfather of Rupert Murdoch's daughter to give testimony. In the stand sat Tony Blair, the man who occupied Downing Street for ten years

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Unions like Unite have donated millions to Labour but Labour promises nothing in return to union members, photo Paul Mattsson

Unions like Unite have donated millions to Labour but Labour promises nothing in return to union members, photo Paul Mattsson

25 January 2012

The trade unions and Labour

What we think: Labour lords voted against the introduction of the benefit cap which threatens 67,000 families with poverty and homelessness. Yet Liam Byrne, shadow Work and Pensions secretary, made it abundantly clear Labour supports the cap.

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