19 June 2019

While Tories elect new leader - prepare action to remove the lot of them

Anti-Trump protester, London, 4.6.19, photo Judy Beishon

By the end of the week votes by Tory MPs will reduce the field of leadership candidates to two

19 June 2019

Welsh government must block NHS privatisation or face workers' action

Two Welsh health boards have announced plans to privatise their hospital pharmacies, writes Beth Webster, nurse.

19 June 2019

Council cuts continue while reserves rise

Local authorities in England are sitting on almost 22 billion of financial reserves, 5 billion more than the year before, the Sunday Times reports, writes Dave Walsh, Liverpool council worker and Unite member.

19 June 2019

Cancer stats reveal deep inequality

"This year, more than 300,000 people in England will receive the life-changing diagnosis of cancer. And the number of people living with cancer is predicted to rise by 3.2% each year, writes Jon Dale, secretary, Unite Notts NHS branch.

19 June 2019

Them & Us

Move along: In a blow to the supposed benefits of privatisation, research by the Office for National Statistics shows that public sector workers are more likely to stay in their jobs

12 June 2019

Nationalise Ford to prevent closure

The announcement that Ford Bridgend is to close is the latest in a series of blows to manufacturing workers.

12 June 2019

Grenfell two years on - Still fighting for safety and justice

Two years ago, on 14 June 2017, 72 people perished in the Grenfell Tower fire in west London.

12 June 2019

Terrible child murders linked to cuts

The terrible murders of two young children in Northamptonshire have been published in reports called 'serious case reviews'.

12 June 2019

Widespread condemnation of horrifying, violent, homophobic assaults

Two lesbian women were subjected to a horrifying, violent, homophobic assault on a London night bus on 30 May.

12 June 2019

Tory drug hypocrisy

Michael Gove's Tory leadership campaign was tripping to catch up after he admitted taking cocaine on several occasions while working as a journalist

5 June 2019

Corbyn must go on the offensive against the Labour right

The Tory party is consumed by a leadership contest that is revealing the fissures along which it could tear itself apart.

5 June 2019

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us.

5 June 2019

Laughable research denies low-pay scandal

That's how many young adults will have felt when, sat in their bedsits, back living in childhood bedrooms, or sitting in their single rented room in a shared house, they read that actually they are benefiting from better pay according to the Resolution Foundation.

5 June 2019

Theresa May admits tuition fees system is broken - but plans new attacks on students

Theresa May has admitted that her and the Tories got it wrong on tuition fees and higher education funding.

5 June 2019

Reverse the GP cuts

7,000 GP vacancies are expected in the UK by 2024. Chronic underfunding is causing doctors to resign, without prospects of replacing them.

5 June 2019

Tories deny dire poverty ...look around you! Boot out the Tories

"I reject the idea that there are vast numbers of people facing dire poverty in this country." Those were the unbelievable words of Tory chancellor Philip Hammond.

29 May 2019

Tories smashed in Euros - Now get them out



Tory prime minister Theresa May is going. With ten leadership candidates announced and rising, the nasty party is tearing itself apart before our eyes

29 May 2019

Them & us

It's one world for the bosses and another for the rest of us. Queen backs EU; pensioners forced to work

29 May 2019

Blistering UN report condemns Tory austerity - workers' action can end it

The role of pro-market policies is clearly exposed as creating "a digital and sanitised version of the 19th-century workhouse, made infamous by Charles Dickens"

23 May 2019

Warning lights flashing for Corbynism

The promise of the Corbyn insurgency that began in 2015 is in danger. The triumph of the left-wing backbench outsider in the Labour leadership election four years ago opened up the prospect of overturning Tony Blair's 1990s transmutation of the Labour Party into New Labour.


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