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22 May 2013
Wales faces a bleak future on the basis of capitalism unless the working class can defend public services and the welfare state
15 May 2013
There is a myth put out by the leaders of Labour-affiliated trade unions that the Welsh government is protecting Welsh workers from the worst of the cuts, writes Ronnie Job.
29 April 2013
RMT Council of Executives member Steve Skelly made the opening remarks at a meeting to launch a TUSC Wales steering committee
20 March 2013
Welsh Labour has been playing musical chairs with the ministers' positions in the Welsh Government, writes Ronnie Job, Socialist Party Wales.
30 January 2013
Around 60 people attended this year's Socialist Party Wales conference, marking another step forward for our organisation, writes Ross Saunders.
14 November 2012
The consequences of the economic crisis for working class people is shown in the daily reality of life, more of us are struggling to make ends meet, writes a Unison member.
8 August 2012
Following our YFJ Wales week of action, our Austerity Games was held on Saturday 4 August, writes Gareth Bromhall.
8 August 2012
According to some historians the use of the red flag as a symbol of revolution and working class revolt dates from the 1831 Merthyr Rising...
4 July 2012
Claire Job, a nurse for Abertawe Bro Morgannwg health board, spoke at the Wales Shop Stewards Network conference about the need to fight for the future of the NHS in Wales...
2 July 2012
70 trade unionists in 10 unions from all over Wales, mainly reps and shops stewards, gathered in Cardiff at the annual conference of the Wales Shop Stewards Network
30 May 2012
At this year's Wales TUC Conference in Llandudno, Swansea Trades Council delegate Alec Thraves was first asked to apologise and then, when he refused, formally censured following a complaint from Unison, writes Ronnie Job, Socialist Party Wales.
16 May 2012
This government's programme of unrelenting austerity and cuts is already causing so much misery as the cull of jobs continues, services are destroyed and benefits are stolen, writes Ronnie Job.
9 May 2012
Welsh Labour leaders are cock-a-hoop at achieving their best results in council elections since 1991. The Tories and Liberals lost control of all their councils and nearly half their councillors
18 April 2012
Grants for Wales's poorest and disabled students are being cut by 15% in real terms.
11 April 2012
Remember when the Tories and their poodles, the Liberal Democrats, said there was no need to worry about public sector job losses because the private sector would expand to fill the gap...
4 April 2012
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) is standing candidates in Swansea for the 3 May council elections on a platform of opposing all cuts, no matter which party is carrying them through
22 February 2012
There were two Welsh conferences in Cardiff last weekend. On one side of town in Sophia Gardens Labour Party Wales met in a posh conference centre at the cricket ground
1 February 2012
South East Wales Socialist Party held a youth campaign meeting to get all of the young Socialist Party members in the area together to discuss issues and upcoming tasks
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