1 December 2021

Tories strengthen repressive laws

The Tories have added further amendments to the controversial Police, Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill in an attempt to restrict people's ability to protest

1 December 2021

Covid-19: New variant emerges but same old capitalist disease

New Covid-19 variants are inevitable but the threat to world health comes from profit-driven capitalism.

1 December 2021

NHS Critical


Unions must lead fight for:
* 15% pay rise now
* End to privatisation
* Fully funded NHS and social care
Ambulances are already lining up outside of A&E, unable to discharge patients, even before the potential effects of the new Omicron Covid variant

1 December 2021

27 dead in channel migrant tragedy

When the Channel tragedy news broke, there was widespread disbelief and sadness.

1 December 2021

After COP26: where next for the climate movement?

How is mass pressure going to be built to fight for the aspirations of the climate movement?

1 December 2021

Bulb bailed out, nationalise energy to solve price crisis

Britain's seventh-largest energy supplier, Bulb, has gone bust. It has been put into special administration amid the continuing disaster of the privatised energy sector. Bailed out by a government loan

1 December 2021

Khan threatens further London transport cuts

"With time running out before TfL's [Transport for London] temporary emergency funding deal comes to an end on December 11, it is my duty as London mayor to sound the alarm." An alarm in the pages of the Financial Times, unfortunately, won't reach the ears of many Londoners

1 December 2021

Kickstart scheme 'insufficient and flawed'

The National Audit Office has released its report into the government's 'Kickstart Scheme'. When it was first announced, the scheme aimed to create hundreds of thousands of high-quality six-month work

1 December 2021

East London mass non-payment wins housing victory

The combative residents and residents' association on the Barking Riverside estate in East London have won another victory

1 December 2021

NHS workers - vote yes for action to win a decent pay rise

In reality, NHS workers have had a 20% pay cut over a decade of Tory governments. Our goodwill has been taken for granted, and many staff will stay over their time without pay to look after sick patients.

1 December 2021

Wales: The Labour-Plaid Cymru agreement - jam tomorrow, maybe

The agreement: Welsh Labour and Plaid Cymru have reached an agreement that will give the Welsh Labour government, led by Mark Drakeford, a working majority

1 December 2021

Behind the rural idyll - the problems of everyday life

Few would argue that Devon is a slice of heaven. A haven for tourists and retirees who flock here to enjoy the exquisite landscape. But popularity comes at a cost:

24 November 2021

Workers' action can defeat weak and divided Tories

The 'levelling up' fantasy is being exposed as a farce, and fearful Tory MPs are in revolt. Now is the time, when the Tories are so weak, divided and floundering, for workers to get organised, and for the trade union leaders to go on the offensive

24 November 2021

End sexism and violence against women

25 November is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

24 November 2021

The struggle for accessible workplaces and an inclusive society

The pandemic has shown the possibility for flexible work and greater independence for workers. By allowing workers to carry out their roles from home, all kinds of accessibility barriers can be removed,

24 November 2021

Cricket's history of racism and elitism

The revelations of racism at one of the country's premier county cricket clubs were shocking and damning, and resonated beyond the confines of cricket

24 November 2021

Working class strangled by price rises and pay cuts

Few can ignore the eye-watering cost of living crisis. When even the likes of the Daily Mail are highlighting the effects of the 10-year-high inflation figures, it underlines how bad it is!

24 November 2021

HS2 eastern route cancelled: Fight for a workers' plan for public transport

In an announcement that surprised no-one on 18 November, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced that the eastern route of HS2 from Birmingham to Leeds would be cancelled

24 November 2021

Tories hammer nail in pensions triple lock coffin

The Office for National Statistics announced that inflation increased to a ten-year high of 4.2% only 36 hours after MPs voted to ditch the triple lock on pensions

24 November 2021

Tories responsible for NHS staff shortages

Health secretary Sajid Javid has announced that vaccinations will be made mandatory for health service workers in England by the spring.


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