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Watford Socialist Party member Sajith Attepuram, photo Senan

Watford Socialist Party member Sajith Attepuram, photo Senan

18 February 2015

Preparing the forces to fight capitalist austerity

On 14-15 February, branch delegates and visitors gathered at 2015 Socialist Party congress to discuss and debate the key political developments internationally and in Britain, and to map out the party's tasks over the next 12 months

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18 February 2015

Labour council to deal 'savage blow' to Coventry

On 24 February, councillors in Coventry will deal a savage blow to our city. They will vote on a budget making £15 million in cuts

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28 January 2015

Strike called off in face of inadequate pay offer

The Unison Health Service Group Executive (SGE) voted to suspend NHS England strike action scheduled for 29 January

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21 January 2015

Safeguarding PCS against vicious Tory attacks

As the Tories threaten to increase Britain's draconian anti-trade union laws beyond the general election, thousands of trade union reps across the trade union movement are even now facing huge cuts in their facility time

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Plans for a 24-hour general strike to stop cuts must be brought to the top of the agenda of all trade unions. , photo Arti

10 December 2014

Reject the lie that is austerity

Trade unions must now act to resist Osborne offensive: On Wednesday 3 December the Tories declared all-out war on the working class and all our futures. The Autumn Budget Statement has been described as a “Book of Doom”

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Hull city council's survey (left) and the unions' response

3 December 2014

Hull city council: a tale of two surveys

Provocative staff survey clearly designed to help slash workers' terms and conditions

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The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition stands for rent control and building council housing, photo Waltham Forest TUSC

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition stands for rent control and building council housing, photo Waltham Forest TUSC

26 November 2014

Housing crisis! What do socialists say?

The housing crisis is hitting everyone in the face. The mainstream press, politicians and economists all feign concern. Not to mention the real concern of those of us actually affected by it!

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26 November 2014

North-west TUSC conference: "People are looking for an alternative"

Crammed conference maps out plans for next year

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26 November 2014

Workplace news in brief

Crane drivers' wage lift: Crane drivers at HTC Plant have won a 14% pay increase following strike action on 7 November

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Midwives in Gateshead, photo E Brunskill

Midwives in Gateshead, photo E Brunskill

26 November 2014

Health workers walkout in second NHS pay strike

Nurses, cleaners, porters, midwives, occupational therapists, paramedics, scientists, radiographers, admin, catering, security staff and other NHS staff in England took part in a second four-hour strike on Monday 24 November

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People's March for the NHS, London, September 2014, photo Bob Severn

19 November 2014

Workers unite to defend the NHS

NHS workers in England will once again be striking for four hours on Monday 24 November from 7am. This time the action has been stepped up as more health unions - eleven in total - will be taking part

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19 November 2014

Fighting for decent working conditions

Zero-hour, minimum wage, and no chairs: The Conservative Party boasts it has 'created new opportunities for youth' and 'got Britain working again'

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19 November 2014

Leaked document reveals union busting plan

PCS vice-president John McInally spoke to the Socialist about the government's attacks on the civil servants' union

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14 November 2014

Local government unions accept shabby pay deal

Local government unions have accepted the employers' pay proposal

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12 November 2014

What recovery? Thousands more jobs axed

Rolls Royce: The Con-Dems much vaunted economic recovery is a mirage judged by the recently announced large scale job cuts affecting manufacturing and the service sector

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NHS pay dispute: Dedication doesn't pay the bills

NHS pay dispute: Dedication doesn't pay the bills

5 November 2014

Back fresh strikes to save the NHS

None of the main parties will be satisfied until the NHS is a dried up, ruined husk

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Part of the 18 October 2014 'Britain needs a pay rise' TUC demo, photo Paul Mattsson

22 October 2014

Priced out? Strike back!

Workers need a pay rise. Even Alan Milburn apparently agrees. As 100,000 people marched against low wages, this ex-New Labour minister come coalition-appointed 'social mobility tsar' released a damming report. Britain is becoming 'permanently divided' into haves and have-nots

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Socialist Alternative members on the People's Climate March in New York, 21 September 2014, photo Socialist Alternative

22 October 2014

Socialist change to halt climate change

Chris Baugh, deputy general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), spoke to the Socialist about the recent mass public protests over global warming which preceded the United Nations summit in New York on climate change

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22 October 2014

100,000 march against cuts and for a wage rise

Around 100,000 trade unionists and supporters attended the TUC's 'Britain Needs A Pay Rise' demonstration in London on Saturday 18 October

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22 October 2014

The unions' pay battle must continue

The local government pay dispute is hanging by a thread, also putting at risk the prospect of large-scale coordinated industrial action this side of the general election

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