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27 March 2013
Building the fightback in Birmingham: South Birmingham's Communities Against the Cuts (CAC) group held a successful all-Birmingham anti-cuts conference on 16 March, writes Ted, Birmingham Socialist Party.
7 November 2012
Support the national student demonstration: Socialist Students recently won a major victory in the University of Exeter Students' Guild (the local student union), writes Carlus Hudson, Exeter Socialist Students.
10 October 2012
Exeter: Exeter Socialist Students has had a fantastic start to the new academic year with over 50 students signing up...
31 October 2011
A meeting dubbed as Liverpool city council's 'Question Time' was held at Liverpool town hall on 27 October. On the same day a sham 'consultation' on cuts also took place in Exeter...
4 May 2011
On May Day bank holiday Exeter played host to a vibrant and up-beat anti-cuts demonstration. The demonstration was the biggest Exeter has seen since the anti-war movement
4 May 2011
22 February 2011
On Thursday 17 February, Devon county councillors voted on a budget which would slash £54 million from services, including support for abused women, youth services and public transport
9 February 2011
Socialist Party members and other anti-cuts activists recently helped to organise a fundraising gig in Exeter which featured left-wing singer and guitarist Billy Bragg as its headline act, writes Jim Thomson.
1 December 2010
On 24 November 130,000 school, college and university students walked out in the biggest education action for 25 years...
25 November 2010
Last updated 29 Nov Throughout the day students across the country demonstrated, occupied and walked out against the government's attacks on further and higher education, many initiated by Youth Fight for Jobs and Socialist Students.
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17 November 2010
Liverpool: An anti-cuts lobby of Liverpool city councillors on 10 November, called by Liverpool Trades Union Council, saw 200 workers defying police by blocking the main road outside the town hall in protest against cuts in services and jobs...
11 November 2010
Over 70 people attended the Exeter Anti-Cuts Alliance launch meeting, established as a federal, bottom-up organisation by Socialist Party and other trade union activists, writes Jim Thomson, Exeter Socialist Party
17 March 2010
EXETER NORTHCOTT Theatre is being placed in administration. The future of one of the South West's only producing theatre companies, and its 80 employees, is in doubt, writes Rob Edwards, Exeter Socialist Students.
28 October 2009
Cars hooted their support as postal workers' picket lines were solid across Gloucestershire this week, even more so than during the 2007 strike, writes Chris Moore, Gloucestershire Socialist Party.
11 February 2009
THE FAR right British National Party (BNP) reared its ugly head again in Exeter. Last Saturday, this threat was met by a united front in Exeter High Street by socialists of various backgrounds. The biggest...
21 January 2009
On 15 January, Exeter Socialist Students took to the high street to campaign on behalf of Robbie Segal, Socialist Party activist and shop workers' union Usdaw presidential candidate, writes Rob Edwards.
28 May 2008
Last week's failed terrorist attack in Exeter caused a wave of shock and surprise in Devon and Britain as a whole, writes Jim Thomson, Devon Socialist Party.
27 February 2008
Socialist Students in Manchester on the Campaign to Defeat Fees day of action, photo Abby Taylor
20 February 2008
EXETER SOCIALIST Students recently organised a protest by 55 students, parents and workers outside the office of university vice-chancellor Steve Smith... By Allan Coote, Exeter Socialist Students
29 November 2007
A victory for the forces of anti-fascism took place on 23 November when 200 students, union representatives and staff of Exeter University at a guild (students union) general meeting voted overwhelmingly for a policy of 'no ... By Robert Edwards, Exeter Socialist Students
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