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13 December 2017
6 December 2017
The shocking death of a 32-year-old rough sleeper in Cardiff should have spurred emergency housing action - instead authorities are cracking down on homeless people themselves
30 November 2017
29 November 2017
23 November 2017
22 November 2017
25 October 2017
Cardiff Socialist Party held three stalls in the city, defying Storm Brian which brought intense winds of more than 50mph
18 October 2017
Public sector workers have scored another victory against the Tories: the NHS pay cap will be scrapped
11 October 2017
Jacob Rees-Mogg, aristocratic, misogynistic, homophobic, billionaire landlord and current pin-up boy of the Tory right, was invited to speak at a venue in Cardiff on 29 September.
27 July 2017
We launched Young Socialists in Cardiff at a 'justice for Grenfell' protest and found it had a very positive reception
14 July 2017
Tesco called it its "biggest ever pay award"
28 June 2017
Local youth, workers and activists in Cardiff have been spurred into action by the horrifying and avoidable fire in Grenfell Tower in a stirring show of working class solidarity
14 June 2017
Readers of the Socialist respond to the election results
14 June 2017
There were a lot of red faces among the political establishment in Wales on 9 June, writes Dave Reid, Socialist Party Wales.
12 June 2017
Cardiff Socialist Party had an amazing response on Saturday
17 May 2017
Voter registration: A third of a million voters have 'disappeared' from the electoral register in Wales, thanks to the shameless attempt by Tory and Liberal politicians to disenfranchise the working class, and young people in particular.
6 May 2017
Labour held on in the cities but lost some seats in the valleys, not to the Tories, but to independent councillors. The Tories only won new seats in their traditional seats in Wales
12 April 2017
The 100% anti-cuts, socialist alternative presented by the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) has been welcomed on the doorstep by people who are desperate to see an end to austerity. But some figures on the Labour right are less enthusiastic that we're standing in the Welsh council elections.
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