Reports and campaigns

24 May 2019

Save steel jobs: Demand socialist nationalisation

British Steel, the UK's second biggest steel firm, has been taken into compulsory liquidation

23 May 2019

4 June - Walk out against Trump! Climate criminal not welcome

The monthly climate actions have been hugely successful with tens of thousands of students walking out of British schools, colleges and universities

22 May 2019

Workers celebrate renationalisation

Probation workers are celebrating a famous victory: All case management in England and Wales will be renationalised from spring 2021.

22 May 2019

Home carers victory

The Birmingham home carers' 20-month long dispute has ended in victory

22 May 2019

Morrisons workers reject pay offer

The 17 May could be an historic moment for Morrisons workers. It is now time for our union Usdaw, the shop workers' union, to dig deep and come out on top.

22 May 2019

Unite young members' conference

On 18-19 May myself and 60 other delegates made the journey to Eastbourne, for the national young members conference of Unite the Union. This event shone a light on the attitude of many young workers towards capitalism and building fighting trade unions.

22 May 2019

Domestic abuse accommodation: Tories shift - but safety is more than a bed

The government has announced new changes to place a legal duty on local authorities to deliver 'accommodation-based services' to victims of domestic violence.

22 May 2019

Haringey: Socialists' stance fully vindicated

Barbara Blake was one of three right-wing Blairite Labour candidates to stand for the ward of Seven Sisters, Haringey, north London, during the 2018 council elections.

22 May 2019

Anger and frustration at the establishment

The mood on the streets was reflected on our Socialist Party 'Defend the National Health Service' stall in Newton Abbot, Devon, on 18 May.

22 May 2019

Worcester Tories stonewall action on climate change

Over 100 climate change activists lobbied Worcestershire County Council on 16 May to demand emergency action to save the planet.

22 May 2019

Day of action against cuts to special needs education

It is a measure of a society's progress as to how it treats its most vulnerable members. Applying that measure to special educational needs funding - we are heading back to the Stone Age.

22 May 2019

Workplace news in brief

Short stories of workplace struggles including DWP and blood courier strikes and the NSSN conference.

22 May 2019

Woolwich ferry workers begin ten days of strike action

Unite the Union members employed by Briggs Marine - which has the contract to run the Woolwich Ferry on behalf of Transport for London (TfL) - have begun ten days of strike action.

22 May 2019

Fantastic RMT London Underground victory

The RMT transport union has scored a fantastic victory in the fight against cuts on London Underground. Members of the Fleet maintenance branch recorded a marvellous ballot result that easily met the new anti-union thresholds and announced strike action over three days from 17-19 May.

22 May 2019

Lifting the mood

After a week of sunshine on Tyneside it was grizzly rain on Saturday 18 May. It was tempting to just call off our regular public sale of the Socialist and go for a coffee. Fortunately we didn't... and

22 May 2019

Socialist sales boost

Three members of Worcester Socialist Party branch took advantage of the article on our campaign to save a local library in the Socialist (Issue 1040), writes Ruthie McNally, Worcester Socialist Party.

22 May 2019

Pouring cold water on the Riverside estate

Barking Reach Residents Association was out conducting a survey of heating and hot water issues. As we walked into the pleasant grounds of Robert Lewis House on the Barking Riverside estate, east London,

15 May 2019

Socialist policies needed to halt climate disaster

People are rightly demanding that government and councils take immediate measures to reduce CO2 emissions.

15 May 2019

United on need for fightback - now keep pressure on for action

The annual delegate meeting of retail and distribution union Usdaw turned a corner this year

15 May 2019

PCS union officialdom splits vote, removes Chris Baugh - but is still rejected by members

Socialist Party members in civil service union PCS are disappointed to announce that Chris Baugh did not get re-elected to the position of PCS assistant general secretary


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