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29 March 2017

May Day greetings in the Socialist

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29 March 2017

Save Plymouth's libraries!

To show our opposition to the planned closure of ten of Plymouth's 17 libraries, Socialist Party members will join community campaigners in attending the last in a series of consultation meetings

29 March 2017

South Yorkshire Freedom Riders celebrate three years of fighting

By demonstrating and organising mass 'freedom rides' on trains and refusing to pay, we have won free travel for the disabled and half fare for pensioners

29 March 2017

"Save our Nurseries", Tower Hamlets campaigners tell the council

"Save our Nurseries!" This was the chant of local campaigners, mostly women and mothers, who lobbied a full council meeting in Tower Hamlets town hall, east London

29 March 2017

GMB union should support anti-fracking campaigners in Fylde

The GMB union has issued a joint statement with the Chamber of Commerce calling on police to crack down on anti-fracking protesters in Fylde, Lancashire, where Cuadrilla is currently drilling for shale gas

29 March 2017

Angry march against Bradford council-approved incinerator

If this site is built we can expect a 180-foot-tall stack and toxic smoke covering the district. Around 60 wagons a day are expected to add to the pollution

29 March 2017

Jobstown Not Guilty: defend the right to protest

An international day of solidarity with the 'Jobstown Not Guilty' campaign took place on 23 March with protests organised by the Committee for a Workers' International in dozens of cities around the world

29 March 2017

Over 1,000 march with TAs against 23% pay cut

"What do we want? Fair pay!"

29 March 2017

TUSC backs RMT struggle against Merseyrail

Merseyside Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) deplores the refusal of Labour-run Merseyrail to engage in constructive negotiations with the RMT and we continue to offer our full support to the union

29 March 2017

No to racist scapegoating: oppose the far right

In the wake of the horrific Westminster terrorist attack, far-right groups are attempting to divide communities by stepping up their scapegoating of Muslims.

29 March 2017

Deliveroo victory in Leeds

Deliveroo riders in Leeds are celebrating the reinstatement of two riders who were sacked and the reinstatement of the regular hours of five other riders

29 March 2017

Dispute against backdoor privatisation of mental health services

Jobs and services are at risk in a London mental health trust as a result of a planned restricting of a psychological therapies service

29 March 2017

Forest Hill school in Lewisham fights back

National Union of Teachers members had their first day of strike action on 21 March. As one picket line banner read, it's 'not our deficit'. Why should students and staff suffer?

29 March 2017

Bridgend Ford overtime stoppage in sourcing dispute

Bridgend Ford workers have sent a huge statement of intent to Ford by not being available for overtime. They are telling Ford: come to the table and commit to sourcing that makes the plant viable for all those who want to work in it, or there will be action.

29 March 2017

Join the 31 March PCS pay protest

PCS, is calling on members to turn 31 March into a day of protest against the pay cap

29 March 2017

NHS: protest, strike, occupy to win!

"Whose NHS? OUR NHS!" It belongs to us, and we won't let them take it away. A massive, TUC-organised demo and coordinated strikes by health workers could stop the Tories in their tracks.

29 March 2017

Ballot papers go out in Unite elections

As ballot papers go out in the Unite general secretary and executive elections, the Blairite challenger to Len McCluskey, Gerard Coyne, has shown his true colours

29 March 2017

Ferrybridge workers protest against 'race to bottom'

Construction workers protested outside the power station

24 March 2017

Fujitsu strikes: Manchester and Warrington

Workers at Fujitsu were on strike again today across the country in their fight against job losses and pay cuts

24 March 2017

Doncaster: snap strike by posties pushes bully bosses back

"Yesterday we were under their spell, today they're under ours"


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