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23 August 2017
On 14 August members of Save North Tyneside NHS active in Labour, Unite the Union and the Socialist Party met with North Tyneside MP and shadow cabinet member Mary Glindon to discuss cuts
23 August 2017
More and more jobcentres are taking action against DWP office closures
6 June 2017
Tyneside turned out en masse to hear Jeremy Corbyn speak in Gateshead
22 March 2017
Battle Hill walk-in centre in Wallsend, Tyne and Wear, is one of two walk-ins the clinical commissioning group chair and Richard Branson-admirer Dr John Matthews has slated for closure, following a sham consultation
1 March 2017
Our Northern regional conference set the tone for our work in the next period
25 January 2017
Socialist Party members have played a leading role in the establishment and growth of the Save North Tyneside NHS.
7 December 2016
The Tory plan to privatise the NHS via the back door has given way to smashing in via the main entrance. Their next attack is NHS England's shadowy 'STPs'. Under these, the government aims to make a further £22 billion of NHS cuts by 2020
26 October 2016
South Tyneside hospital is threatened with downgrading
3 August 2016
Shopfitters from HMY Radford in Burnopfield (Tyneside) are on a three-day strike, starting Wednesday 3rd August. This strike, alongside a 24-hour stoppage in July, is the first strike action at this factory for 33 years.
16 March 2016
The Socialist Party northern regional conference acted as a political springboard, giving us a big boost for the tasks ahead, writes Elaine Brunskill, Northern Socialist Party secretary.
10 June 2015
Around 1,000 joined the anti-austerity march and rally in Newcastle on Saturday 6 June, writes Elaine Brunskill.
16 July 2014
TSG strikers have won a tremendous victory against tight-fisted bosses who had offered an insulting 0% pay increase
9 July 2014
An enthusiastic NSSN meeting raised £110 for striking TSG workers
23 June 2014
With a tremendous show of strength 200 Tyneside Safety Glass strikers marched through a Gateshead trading estate
16 June 2014
Workers strike for an above inflation above rise and an agreement on agency workers
28 May 2014
The vote tally for the 560 local election and mayoral Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition no-cuts candidates in the 22 May elections is 68,031
19 June 2013
As the first evictions related to bedroom tax arrears are heard in the courts, campaigners are organising to beat them, writes Campaign stops eviction in Manchester.
22 February 2012
In Gateshead the Primary Care Trust (PCT) is threatening to end all children's in-patient services within the borough in cases where over 23 hours of care is needed, writes Elaine Brunskill.
28 September 2011
South Tyneside council has backed down on its demand to the Jarrow march (against umemployment) to pay over £2,500 to exercise the right to demonstrate. The Guardian has carried articles on this two days running
28 September 2011
As the final preparations are made for the Jarrow to London March for Jobs, starting on 1 October organisers face a massive threat to the right to protest
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