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8 March 2017
Put MPs on workers' wages: 18% worse off. The Institute for Fiscal Studies calculates that UK households will have living standards 18% lower by 2021 than they would have been had the economic crisis never happened.
5 June 2013
Thirty years ago, on 9 June 1983, the gloom cast by Thatcher's re-election as Tory prime minister was partly offset by the election of two campaigning supporters of the Socialist's predecessor Militant, Dave Nellist and Terry Fields, as Labour MPs.
13 September 2012
The report of the Hillsborough Independent Panel has ripped aside the tangled web of lies and cover-up woven by the South Yorkshire police, the government and the army of lickspittles in the press who denigrated Liverpool and the victims of the man-made catastrophe in 1989 that was Hillsborough, writes Tony Mulhearn
19 January 2011
ON 7 January 2011 the former Labour MP for Bury North, David Chaytor, was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court to 18 months' imprisonment for 'false accounting' writes Coventry Socialist Party Councillor Dave Nellist (former Labour MP 1983-1992)...
22 July 2009
JULY MARKS the 20th anniversary of the first national miners' strike in the former Soviet Union, which, spreading like wildfire through the Siberian Kuzbass and Artic Vorkuta, Ukrainian Donbass and Karaganda in Kazakhstan, marked the beginning of the end of the bureaucratic soviet regime led by Mikhail Gorbachev, writes Rob Jones, Moscow.
3 September 2008
"TERRY FIELDS was a great comrade, loved and respected by many socialists, trade unionists and political activists, writes Clara Paillard.
18 August 2008
Wednesday 27 August 2008 - 7.30pm. Terry Fields sadly passed away in June. Firefighter and leading lay official of the Fire Brigades Union, from 1983 to 1992 Terry was Labour MP for Liverpool Broadgreen...
31 July 2008
A memorial meeting dedicated to the memory of Terry Fields: Terry Fields sadly passed away in June. Firefighter and leading lay official of the Fire Brigades Union, from 1983 to 1992 Terry was Labour MP for Liverpool Broadgreen.
9 July 2008
THE voice of workers anger reached the hallowed chambers of the Houses of Parliament on 24 June 1983, when Terry Fields, MP for Liverpool Broadgreen, spoke for the first time in the Commons...
2 July 2008
Terry Fields addressing a demonstration in support of Liverpool City Council in the 1980s, photo Dave Sinclair
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