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5 June 2013
On 3 June, a week of rolling strike action in the two largest government departments began
29 May 2013
Swansea Socialist Party had one of its most successful paper sales in the week that the Socialist's editor Sarah Sachs-Eldridge visited South West Wales to discuss 'the year of the paper'
15 May 2013
Swansea Metropolitan University's student union has been running a food bank since April so its own students can get enough to eat...
1 May 2013
Swansea RMT: Train managers working for First Great Western were on strike on 26 April over the sacking of a guard...
26 April 2013
"The one day strike has arisen because one of our train managers [ticket inspectors/guards] has been disgracefully sacked after an incident which occurred on a train when he was on leave, said Peter Skelly, full time RMT regional organiser
5 April 2013
30 Swansea residents met in Dyfatty Community Centre on Wednesday 3 April to discuss plans to resist the bedroom tax
2 April 2013
60-70 protesters rallied in Swansea against the Bedroom Tax and to defend those who risk being its victims
30 November 2012
There were some hardy PCS pickets out at Swansea's DVLA this morning, in sub-zero temperatures. They are striking against cuts, privatisation and the destruction of services.
19 September 2012
Dylan Thomas was a poet, a writer, a husband, a father, a Welshman, a drinker and a socialist. Born in Swansea in 1914, he died in New York in 1953, overwhelmed by debt and drink
8 August 2012
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) Swansea branch of the PCS is holding a protest rally on 10 August at 12.30 outside the Department for Transport (DfT) Shared Services Centre in Swansea
18 July 2012
The Welsh government has announced with much fanfare, a scheme to support Remploy workers made redundant by the Con-Dems' factory closure programme
30 April 2012
A May Day march in Swansea on Saturday reflected the changeable weather South Wales has suffered recently; however, it was representative of some important struggles taking place
25 April 2012
Hillingdon - Bob Crow: Nearly 70 local people in Uxbridge, west London, listened to Bob Crow argue the case for TUSC on 18 April...
18 April 2012
Thursday 19 April 7-9pm, Cardiff Bus Sports and Social Club, Tudor St, Riverside...
8 March 2012
Swansea Trades Council has pledged support for the ongoing fight to save Remploy factories, following yesterday's announcement by the government of the closure of 36 factories
21 September 2011
The tragic deaths of four coalminers at the Gleision Colliery in the Swansea Valley, South Wales, has inevitably raised the issue of safety in the mining industry...
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