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17 September 2014
The five board members in charge of Interserve, a private company which has taken charge of estates and facilities cleaning at three hospitals in Leicester, take home just under £3 million a year between them
10 September 2014
100 RMT members packed Leicester town hall last Wednesday evening at the city council's planning control meeting, writes Tessa Warrington and Wayne Naylor, Leicester TUSC.
16 July 2014
Two Leicester anti-cuts councillors have joined up with TUSC in the fight against austerity
9 July 2014
The £200,000-a-year chief executive of University Hospitals Leicester, John Adler, is planning to cut maternity services at Leicester General Hospital
2 July 2014
PCS action stops sell-off: Workers have been informed that privatisation will not be happening within this term of government
18 June 2014
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) campaign in Yorkshire was a success before a single vote was cast
7 May 2014
A pushchair protest took place in Leicester on 30 April against cuts being made by the council to children's centres
30 April 2014
Around 100 people protested outside the Labour group meeting in Leicester on 29 April against the threatened withdrawal of funding for the Leicester Race Equality Centre (TREC), writes Mike Barker.
9 April 2014
Red Poetry: Dave Gorton reviews Andrew Walton's Little Red Poetry
9 April 2014
In the last 50 years Leicester Race Equality Centre (TREC) has given advice and support to an estimated 150,000 people, writes Andrew Walton.
13 March 2014
I am a single mother on a low wage, living in a village and relying on expensive public transport with no buses after 6pm or on Sundays
27 February 2014
Around 200 noisy protesters gathered outside Leicester town hall to oppose the cuts being proposed inside
12 February 2014
On 6 February a Leicester Socialist Students member was arrested when taking part in a peaceful protest in support of striking university workers
29 January 2014
The Local Associations National Action Campaign (LANAC) is meeting on 1 February in Leicester. LANAC was set up in 2012 to organise and argue for a fighting programme for the National Union Of Teachers
20 January 2014
Over 30 National Union of Teachers members mounted a picket line on 16 January outside Gateway sixth form college
27 November 2013
One Housing success: After a long dispute involving eleven days of strike action members at One Housing Group have voted to accept a significantly improved management offer, writes Paul Kershaw.
20 November 2013
Obituary: It's with great sadness I have to announce that Daphne (aka Pat) Cross passed away peacefully on Tuesday 12 November 2013 at 12.30pm
2 October 2013
Leicester Everybody's Reading festival is performing my play A Man of Humble Beginnings, about pioneering Leicester socialist, Amos Sherriff, writes Tony Church, Leicester.
2 October 2013
Rushey Mead School is a large secondary school in Leicester. It has been an 'outstanding' school for years and has strong links to the local community, writes Simon Robinson, Leicester NUT, personal capacity.
18 September 2013
There's been a small victory for Leicestershire Anti-Bedroom Tax Federation and the Unite Community trade union, writes Steve Score.
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