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13 December 2017

Labour 'purge' furore really just democracy

Labour's "moderates" are being forced out. "An atmosphere of intimidation" has been created. "Bullying campaigns" are being organised. These are just a few examples of the capitalist media's recent 'reporting'

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13 December 2017

Brexit deal no solution to Tory rifts

For a while it looked like Theresa May might be about to crash out of office, as her divided government, propped up by the DUP, seemed unable even to obtain a deal on the 'first stage' of Brexit negotiations

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13 December 2017

Save our NHS

Underfunded, understaffed, under attack: It's the NHS workers and patients who bear the brunt of the inevitable winter pressures - combined with underfunding, understaffing, low pay and low morale.

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8 December 2017

Local government pay: fight for the 5% claim, fully funded

Over a million council and school workers have been waiting to see if there would be any relief from their constant falling living standards as they have watched their pay fall by 21% in real terms since 2010.

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6 December 2017

Corbyn's Labour can defeat Tories with socialist programme

Editorial of the Socialist: Labour's poll lead is narrow as Corbyn attacks the banks and a national demo is called for May - what now?

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6 December 2017

TUSC conference to debate 2018 elections

TUSC has been prepared to contest local elections against right-wing Labour councillors carrying out Tory cuts - but should that be reviewed for next year's poll?

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29 November 2017

Bristol libraries safe - for now - as council caves to pressure

This follows growing pressure from below in the Labour Party. The cracks are beginning to show in the council's assertion that it has no choice

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29 November 2017

PCS union says no to pay misery

Other public sector unions are considering their position, with a number proposing to hold similar consultative ballots. This is to be welcomed - and they need to get on with it

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23 November 2017

After the budget - unions must launch pay fight

Millions of public sector workers will be vainly sifting through Hammond's budget for details of any pay rises. The reality is that most will be looking down the barrel at a full decade of Tory pay caps

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22 November 2017

What does the left victory in Scottish Labour mean?

Richard Leonard's victory will be a boost to Corbyn at a UK level and a blow to the right

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8 November 2017

Bosses say 217 years to close pay gap - workers' struggle can close it now!

This is the first time figures have shown the situation is going backwards

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8 November 2017

Pay cap decisively rejected by PCS union members

Members of civil servants' union PCS have delivered a stinging rejection of Tory pay restraint, and shown they are willing to take action against it

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8 November 2017

PFI privateers dodge tax

Top privatisation companies don't even pay taxes on the profits they leech out of public services

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1 November 2017

Tories u-turn on social housing benefit cap and borrowing to build

Strikes can end this zombie government: Theresa May's backtrack on capping housing benefit for social tenants is the latest in a catalogue of u-turns

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25 October 2017

Angry east London residents organise against threat to leisure centre

An angry meeting in Hoxton, east London, organised against the threatened closure of the area's leisure centre

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25 October 2017

Fearful Tories mull borrowing to build

For a mass programme of council house building! The Tories are considering borrowing to build homes- their umpteenth muddlement in a post-election retreat on all fronts

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18 October 2017

Conference on state spies: who's watching who?

It is clear undercover surveillance of trade unionists and left activists has taken place - contrary to the myth that it couldn't happen in Britain.

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18 October 2017

Balloting members on the pay cap

The civil servants' union PCS is stepping up its pay campaign by holding a consultative ballot

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18 October 2017

Sheffield Labour council threatens peaceful protesters with prison

Two months have passed since Sheffield's Labour council won a High Court injunction against peaceful protesters fighting the felling of thousands of street trees in the city.

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18 October 2017

Hundreds turn out for rally aimed at removing west Wales Tory MP

Haverfordwest is a small market town in south west Wales and in the marginal Preseli Pembrokeshire constituency of Tory MP and former secretary of state for Wales Stephen Crabb. On 14 October, the town centre was packed with around 300 people attending an anti-austerity rally

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