Reports and campaigns

21 February 2018

German engineering strike puts shorter week on agenda - but could have won more

The bigger question of a shorter working week with no loss in pay is even more valid in today's world of rapid technological change

21 February 2018

Cardiff Refugee Rights gig success

Cardiff hosted a successful gig and art auction, organised by Young Socialists in conjunction with the Refugee Rights Campaign

21 February 2018

Nottingham hospital black alert

The continuing winter crisis in our hospitals has resulted in black alert status being declared at a Nottingham hospital for a whole week

21 February 2018

Lively discussion at East Midlands Socialist Party conference

The Socialist Party East Midlands conference detailed tasks ahead but also the lessons of the successful Glenfield and Chatsworth NHS campaigns - led by Socialist Party members

21 February 2018

Tremendous determination on show at West Midlands conference

With 71 in attendance from eleven branches or groups, a fantastic West Midlands Socialist Party conference took place on 17 February in Birmingham

21 February 2018

Successful Socialist Party Wales conference sets tone for the year ahead

The recent earthquake in South Wales pales in comparison with the shifts in the political landscape described at the Socialist Party Wales conference

21 February 2018

Bradford protests against kids' service cuts

Socialist Party members joined a protest in Bradford in response to 13 million of cuts to prevention and early help child services

21 February 2018

May Day, May Day! Celebrate solidarity!

No, we're not in distress! But we do want to celebrate May Day, and we want to see a paper full of May Day greetings that proudly reflects the hard work of our members and workers' solidarity

21 February 2018

Labour councillors push through savage cuts in Kirklees budget

Every single Labour councillor in Kirklees, Yorkshire, has voted through over 29 million of cuts - with promises of more to come

21 February 2018

Save Salford nurseries!

Labour MP Rebecca Long-Bailey, mayor Paul Dennett and a few councillors tried to persuade the crowd they could be trusted to fight to save the nurseries, but were unable to convince them

21 February 2018

Victory: Pontllanfraith leisure centre saved

Campaigners in Pontllanfraith have forced Caerphilly Council to back down on plans to close the leisure centre

21 February 2018

Northants council crisis - protesters demand an end to cuts and privatisation

The council has issued a 'Section 114 notice' banning all new expenditure other than on statutory services

21 February 2018

Leicester Uni makes Tory fee tripler David Willetts chancellor - sack Willetts!

During his time in government, Willetts was a key orchestrator in raising tuition fees from 3,000 to 9,000

21 February 2018

Bosses divided - university pension strikes can win!

Essex vice-chancellor Anthony Forster became the eighth to speak out against devastating cuts to staff pensions

21 February 2018

Chatsworth ward victory shows we can save our NHS

The Chatsworth rehabilitation unit has been saved from closure

21 February 2018

Newham academies strike continues with three schools to strike together

This is Avenue School's longest strike yet - three days - as the campaign to save Newham schools from 'academy' status heats up

20 February 2018

After 80 strike days Mears workers achieve victory

Workers agreed to an average pay rise of 22% and parity of pay across the workforce and in line with others in Manchester

19 February 2018

Building the campaign against clearances of the working class

Where are Jeremy Corbyn's representatives in Waltham Forest's Labour council? - campaigners will be asking

16 February 2018

No fudge with the right wing

Haringey council has been in the eye of the storm following the resignation of its Blairite leader.

15 February 2018

TUSC statement on sentencing of Derby TUSC agent

Chris Fernandez, the local election agent for eight Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidates at the 2016 council elections in Derby, after a two-and-a-half week trial has been sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for charges of electoral fraud


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