Reports and Campaigns

spotAbout the Socialist Party

spotAnti-capitalism

spotAnti-privatisation

spotAnti-war

spotElection campaigns

spotEnvironment

spotHealth

spotSocialist women

spotWorkplace

spotYouth and Students

All keywords


Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

Local government keywords:

Civil service cuts (1)

Council tax (41)

Council workers (119)

Pay (1767)

privacy (5)

Social Care Workers (5)

Taxes (36)


Reports and campaigns:

Anti-capitalism (1073)

Anti-fascist (492)

Anti-racism (615)

Anti-war (1316)

Asylum (176)

Black and Asian (350)

Children (313)

CNWP (108)

Corporate crime (2)

Disability (178)

Education (3500)

Election campaigns (2126)

Environment (542)

EU (392)

Finance (82)

Food (241)

Health and safety (25)

Health and welfare (260)

Housing (874)

Human Rights (342)

LGBT Pride (119)

Local government (1918)

Local services (3278)

Low pay (382)

Migration (47)

Nationalisation (119)

New workers party (441)

NHS (1595)

Pensions (647)

Post Office (193)

Poverty (487)

Privatisation (892)

Public Services (955)

Socialism (734)

Socialist (28)

Sport (179)

Stop the slaughter of Tamils (85)

Students (1594)

The state (1191)

Transport (468)

TUSC (946)

Welfare rights (645)

Women (644)

Workplace and TU campaigns (7518)

Youth (1799)

Related websites

Youth Fight For Jobs

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

National Shop Stewards Network

Tamil Solidarity


Local government / Pay


30 November 2016

Protest to demand pay rise for Sheffield

Sheffield is the city region with the highest proportion of people on low incomes. That's why Sheffield Trades Council has launched its Sheffield Needs A Pay-rise (Snap) campaign.

More ...

30 November 2016

Durham teaching assistants determined to win

Durham teaching assistants took another two days of strike action on 23 and 24 November. A hundred schools were picketed. On 23 November over 1,000 teaching assistants descended on Durham with public street protests and a march.

More ...

30 November 2016

London Crossrail workers walk out

Hundreds of electricians walked off construction sites on the massive Crossrail job in London on 25 November demanding that management adhere to the Joint Industry Board (JIB) agreement on the payment of a second-tier productivity bonus.

More ...

30 November 2016

Women bear 85% of benefit cuts

Lift the benefit cap, end austerity: By 2020 women will have shouldered 85% of the burden of changes to the tax and benefits system, claims a new report. This highlights the disproportionate effect of austerity.

More ...

30 November 2016

Time to fight low pay

Worst decade for living standards since 1920s: Years of pay freezes, rises in living costs and benefit changes mean family incomes are growing more slowly now than during the immediate post-2008 crash.

More ...

26 November 2016

Sheffield needs a pay rise

Sheffield is the city region with the highest proportion of people on low incomes.

More ...

25 November 2016

Crossrail day of action

Unite construction rank and file workers are demanding a 2nd tier productivity bonus payment

More ...

23 November 2016

Lessons of the 'N30' 2011 pension strike

The fifth anniversary of the public sector pension strike allows an opportunity to reflect on the most significant and defining trade union struggle of the recent period.

More ...

23 November 2016

"I don't always feel that I'm a carer anymore" - a day in the life

I love my job, but things have changed. The home where I am now employed is run by a private company which appears to put profit before the safety and well-being of both staff and residents.

More ...

23 November 2016

Tories drop 'pay to stay'

In a humiliating and massive u-turn, the Tory government has dropped plans to introduce 'pay to stay' as part of its Housing Act.

More ...

16 November 2016

Durham teaching assistants strike: 2,000 walk out

Almost 2,000 teaching assistants (TAs), Unison and ATL members, in County Durham struck on 8 and 9 November against the Labour council that is proposing to cut their wages.

More ...

16 November 2016

Socialism 2016: Putting socialism on the agenda

Struggle, internationalism and socialism, these ideas - and how powerful they can be in action - electrified the magnificent rallies and workshops at Socialism 2016

More ...

16 November 2016

London Underground: RMT wins victory

Tube workers' union RMT has secured a victory for London Underground maintenance staff on pensions, pay and night tube working.

More ...

16 November 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles including a bus drivers' dispute, sweet factory walkout and the latest from Sheffield bin workers dispute.

More ...

16 November 2016

Privatisation and the 'race to the bottom'

Feature about privatisation including: Casualisation in education, health service workers - a history of struggle and fighting trade unions - key to defending conditions.

More ...

9 November 2016

Unions must act on pay restraint!

Low earners have had the "biggest pay rise in 20 years" according to Office for National Statistics figures. At least that's the Financial Times's take on it.

More ...

9 November 2016

High Court bombshell on Brexit decision

The decision of the High Court that the government must allow Parliament a say in the issue of Brexit is a bombshell with wide, and perhaps even unforeseen, effects. It could lead to a general election next year which in turn will widen even further the endemic splits within the Tory Party. As shown by the resignation of Tory MP Stephen Phillips over the government's handling of Brexit and of Zac Goldsmith over the third runway at Heathrow, these splits are already of Grand Canyon proportions!

More ...

9 November 2016

Ireland: Gardai strike threat

Planned for Friday 4 November, the first of three days of open strike action by Gardai (police) in the history of the Irish state was only averted at the last minute following concessions from the government. But in making such concessions other workers are now determined to win back pay that was cut following the 2008 capitalist crisis. Conor Payne from the Socialist Party (CWI Ireland) reports on the gathering political storm.

More ...

9 November 2016

Socialist inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors including Suez strife, Blake benefits and tax trouble.

More ...

9 November 2016

Horror of health-wrecking toil for Polish migrants

I am working as an interpreter for the NHS. I see Poles in hospitals and clinics who have problems with health. There are thousands of cases and there is no way to describe everything that I see every day.

More ...

1 - 20 of 1733 items

1  2  3  4  5  6  Next >




Search entire database:



Between and
Use format: day/month/year
Date order    Whole phrase only
Importance order (whole phrase only)

Search: All
News and socialist analysis
Reports and campaigns
Election campaigns
Marxism
Reviews and comments
International
Historic events
Pamphlets
Party documents