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2 February 2015

spotOngoing battle to protect pay and conditions at college

Around 160 Barnsley College teaching staff have taken another 3 days of strike action

2 February 2015

spotTristram Hunt insults teachers and parents

Tristram Hunt confirmed Labour's contempt for teachers with his tweets to a concerned South London parent, writes Socialist Party press release 2.2.15.

2 February 2015

spotOppose Le Pen, the far right and racism

The Oxford Union has scandalously invited French far right politician Marine Le Pen to speak

2 February 2015

spotLondoners march for Homes

March for Homes, London, 31st January 2015, photo Paul Mattsson

March for Homes, London, 31st January 2015, photo Paul Mattsson

Around 5,000 Londoners converged on City Hall demanding a genuine solution to the capital's housing crisis

3 February 2015

spotSolid start to National Gallery 5-day strike

Workers at the National Gallery are striking for five days from 3rd February over plans to hand all visitor services to a private company

4 February 2015

spotICO staff take strike action over pay

On 3rd February PCS members at the Information Commissioner's Office began a two day strike

4 February 2015

spotFighting for one London bus pay scale

Clapton bus garage, London bus strike, 13.1.15, photo Paul Mattsson

Bus drivers are escalating strike action to demand sector wide negotiation

4 February 2015

spotElection appeal 2015

The Socialist Party is appealing for £50,000 to help fund our candidates for the 2015 elections, as part of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC)

4 February 2015

spotGet organised and fight back

photo Paul Mattsson

photo Paul Mattsson

Struggling to live on low pay? None of my workmates at the major supermarket I work for would be surprised by the latest figures showing young people's wages have gone down 9% since 2008.

4 February 2015

spotHands off our housing benefit!

"These cuts will sink us further into poverty": The government's plan to abolish housing benefit for under-21s has demonstrated, once again, how sorely out of touch they are with reality

4 February 2015

spotMiners' strike: vibrant array of support groups

Miners and their families, photo D Pearson

Miners and their families, photo D Pearson

The great 1984-85 miners' strike ended 30 years ago next month. Dave Beale, chair of Chorley and Coppull Miners' Support Committee in Lancashire during the strike, explains the vital role of support

4 February 2015

spotWhy I joined the Socialist Party

'Last November I heard Kshama Sawant at Socialism 2014', photo Paul Mattsson

'Last November I heard Kshama Sawant at Socialism 2014', photo Paul Mattsson

I come from a small mining village in Kent, so I was quite politically aware while growing up. I often had conversations about politics with my parents, writes Beth Sutcliffe, Lewisham Socialist Party.

4 February 2015

spotNational Gallery workers walk out against privatisation

National Gallery workers in the PCS union started their five day strike against privatisation on 3 February

4 February 2015

spotThem & Us

Uncaring: Labour and Tory/Lib Dem governments have slashed spending on elderly care by 20% over the last decade

4 February 2015

spotAt least we got Labour's fish and chips!

Labour Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls recently made a regional visit to Plymouth in what was scheduled as a 'meet and greet' with the paying public and Labour supporters, writes Tom Sloman, Plymouth Socialist Party.

4 February 2015

spotDisciplined for political comment

A Labour Party leaflet, outlining its policies on the NHS, was delivered to many homes by Royal Mail workers in January

4 February 2015

spotDeath, taxes and energy profits

Energy companies' rising profits can be added to Benjamin Franklin's famous remark that the only certainties in the world are death and taxes

4 February 2015

spotCuba: Capitalist restoration threat accelerates

Che Guevara, photo Alberto Korda

Che Guevara, photo Alberto Korda

Diplomatic relations with USA restored, embargo eased: As 2014 drew to a close, 2015 was ushered in by US President Obama and Cuba's Raul Castro announcing a series of historic agreements

4 February 2015

spotVictory of the Marigold gloves

"They came after cleaners with very small salaries and families, forgetting we are women, we are mothers, and if you mess with us we can become like the harpies in the ancient Greek legends..."

4 February 2015

spotFBU recall conference: escalate pensions action!

On 10 February, the FBU firefighters' union is holding a recall conference over its pension dispute with the government, which is insisting on increasing firefighters' retirement age from 55 to 60 from April 2015

4 February 2015

spotFerry workers win pay and conditions battle

Unite members working on the Woolwich Ferry have scored a big victory against Briggs Marine who run the boat service on behalf of Transport for London

4 February 2015

spotLambeth College strikers return to work

Striking teachers at Lambeth College have returned to work after winning concessions in a dispute over contracts

4 February 2015

spotAcademies victory: one down, four to go!

Lewisham branch of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) has balloted members in five schools for strike action against privatisation

4 February 2015

spotRebuilding the student movement in Leicester

"Students and workers, unite and fight!" was the chant that summed up the spirit of the Leicester March for Free Education

4 February 2015

spotGateshead fights for working class heritage

"We have to fight for our libraries. They're part of our working class socialist heritage." This was the response of a woman involved in the campaign to keep our Gateshead libraries open

4 February 2015

spotCampaigns news in brief

Trade union day school: I was fortunate enough to attend a Socialist Party regional day school on trade unionism in Manchester on 31 January

4 February 2015

spotGreece: Syriza announces anti-austerity policies

The new Syriza-led government has announced a series of policies that will come as a huge relief to Greek workers after years of brutal austerity measures that have driven many into penury

4 February 2015

spotNHS crisis: Establishment parties can't be trusted

photo Bob Severn

Physics professor Stephen Hawking - who has motor neurone disease and considers that the NHS saved his life - has said that it "must be preserved from commercial interests who want to privatise it"

5 February 2015

spotBus workers' second strike - picket reports

The first of 3 one-day strikes over 11 days

9 February 2015

spotTUSC street ballot: 100% against cuts

Listen to the people! That's the message Swansea TUSC will take to a lobby of the council's cabinet

9 February 2015

spotFormer Lambeth Labour councillor standing for TUSC

Former Labour councillor, disciplined for making a stand against cuts, resigns from Labour to stand for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

9 February 2015

spotRotherham: Farage humiliated by protesters

Nigel Farage was smuggled to safety by minders after TUSC supporters and others picketed Ukip's Rotherham office

9 February 2015

spotGateshead: Pensioner 'bundled off' by bureaucrats

Within seconds of criticising Labour at an anti-cuts rally, one Gateshead pensioner was bundled off stage!

9 February 2015

spotNational Gallery strikers march down Whitehall

On Thursday 5th February, 100 staff at the National Gallery and their supporters marched down Whitehall from their workplace to the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, handing in a petition almost 50,000 strong

10 February 2015

spotDefend the PCS - Solidarity to defeat union-busting


The government plans to render PCS incapable of defending and representing its members, and to silence its opposition to cuts and privatisation, writes John McInally

10 February 2015

spotProtest at Irish embassy on 11th Feb

Yesterday four anti-water charges activists were arrested in connection with a community protest against an Irish government minister in Dublin last November

11 February 2015

spotWelfare cuts kill!

Last summer a retired gardener from Newham, east London, killed himself. 66 year old Malcolm Burge had been driven to this desperate act because the government had slashed his housing benefit in January

11 February 2015

spotCampaign saves Bury Sure Start centres

Labour established Sure Start centres to provide education and health services for pre-school children, writes As an NHS worker, do you feel confident in any of the major parties to defend the NHS?.

11 February 2015

spotCampaigns news in brief

East Mids conference: Socialist Party members held their annual regional conference on 31 January. We discussed events in Greece and Britain's coming election, as well as women's, young people's and workplace campaign work

11 February 2015

spotWales FE workers accept 1% offer

In a consultative ballot, Unison members in Wales further education (FE) colleges have voted to accept a 1% annual pay award, writes A Wales FE worker.

11 February 2015

spotUnite: elect fighting socialist reps

Socialist Party member Suzanne Muna is standing to represent London and Eastern region on the Unite union executive

11 February 2015

spotIs Labour anti-big business?

Stefano Pessina the tax-exile billionaire boss of Boots has rounded on Labour's election tax plans as 'anti-growth and anti-business'. However, Tessa Warrington argues that, on the contrary, Labour remains subservient to big business interests, at our expense.

11 February 2015

spotThem & Us

Vote Osborne! Only cynics would argue that the government's extension of its pensioner bond scheme is a blatant attempt to buy the votes of the over 65s!

11 February 2015

spot"I've taken off the shackles" of the Labour Party

Ex-Labour councillor applies to stand for TUSC: Kingsley Abrams was suspended from Lambeth council's Labour group for opposing cuts. He has now applied to stand for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition in May's general election

11 February 2015

spot'TUSC has my values and principles'

Warrington rebel councillor Kevin Bennett speaks to the Socialist: Warrington anti-cuts councillor Kevin Bennett has left the Labour Party to become a Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition representative

11 February 2015

spotA working class party needed

The pattern of two-party politics in Britain is breaking up. Anger at austerity and declining living standards is increasing the distrust of all capitalist politicians

11 February 2015

spotWorkplace news in brief

M25 strike date set: M25 maintenance, emergency and incident support workers working for Connect Plus Services are due to strike on 16 February over pay, sick pay and union recognition

11 February 2015

spotLewisham: support anti-academy dispute

On 12 February National Union of Teachers members are due to strike at four Lewisham schools in south London to stop them becoming academies

11 February 2015

spotGive tax avoidance the Boots!

Over £6 million has been stolen from the people of Leicester by Boots since 2007. This shocking sum was calculated from national figures showing the chemist failed to pay £1.2 billion of tax

11 February 2015

spotPolitical vendetta against water charges activists

What we saw & heard: Paul Murphy, the socialist TD (MP) for Dublin South West, was subjected to a dawn arrest by Gardai (police) last Monday, 9 February

11 February 2015

spot1918: When German workers entered history

German revolutionary socialist Karl Liebknecht addresses a mass workers' demonstration

German revolutionary socialist Karl Liebknecht addresses a mass workers' demonstration

Last year was the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War One, covered by the Socialist in previous issues. But when the war ended, it was in a wave of revolution, most notably in Russia in 1917, but also Germany in 1918

11 February 2015

spotAppeal: Back the real opposition to brutal austerity

In the face of brutal austerity, a record-breaking eight Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidates are standing in Wales for the general election this year

11 February 2015

spotLondon buses: Same job - We want the same pay

Bus drivers at the Clapton garage picket on 5 February 2015, photo Paul Mattsson

Bus drivers at the Clapton garage picket on 5 February 2015, photo Paul Mattsson

London bus workers are engaged in an historic battle to get one rate for the job - the best - across all London garages

11 February 2015

spotAzure Card: isolation and stigmatisation of asylum

The 'Azure Card' is given to asylum seekers who are under Section 4 - awaiting a result on their claim for asylum

11 February 2015

spotIs Podemos the Spanish Syriza?

Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias, photo Creative Commons (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en)

The election of a Syriza-led government in Greece has encouraged anti-austerity left forces throughout crisis-ravaged Europe and beyond. Nowhere is this more the case than in Spain, where a force widely seen as a 'Spanish Syriza', Podemos, is growing from strength to strength

11 February 2015

spotTake the wealth off the super-rich!

We are the 99% Take the wealth off the 1%, photo Paul Mattsson

We are the 99% Take the wealth off the 1%, photo Paul Mattsson

HSBC tax evasion scandal: The super-rich live on a different planet. They go on several foreign holidays every quarter. While away, they visit the bank manager. They don't change any money in advance but draw it out while there

11 February 2015

spotConflict between Syriza and EU escalates

'This is not negotiation, it's war': Not a single step back - statement by the editorial board of Xekinima (Greek sister party of the Socialist Party)

13 February 2015

spotLondon bus strike suspended - prepare for more action

London bus reps discussed 'where next?' for their dispute

16 February 2015

spotProtest wins reinstatement of Crossrail worker

On Friday a worker was sacked for raising health and safety issues

16 February 2015

spotMore arrests in Ireland - protest at embassy - 17 Feb

Arrests of anti-water charges activists in Ireland have been continuing. As of today (16th February) 22 people have been arrested including three teenagers

18 February 2015

spotSocialist Party election appeal

As the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) anti austerity election challenge gathers momentum, the donations have been coming in fast to the Socialist Party Election Appeal

18 February 2015

spotCampaign news in brief

Reading: Four new, young recruits joined Reading Socialist Party's ranks after a recent meeting on Syriza's election in Greece, writes Chris Fernandez, Derby TUSC.

18 February 2015

spotMay Day greetings with the Socialist

Previous years' May Day appeals have resulted in fantastic displays of the respect and authority the Socialist commands in the workers' movement

18 February 2015

spot "Vote for hope and an alternative"

Nana Asante speaking at the 2014 TUSC conference, photo Paul Mattsson

Nana Asante speaking at the 2014 TUSC conference, photo Paul Mattsson

Ex-Labour councillor stands for TUSC in Harrow: Nana Asante, former Labour mayor and Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) prospective parliamentary candidate in Harrow East, spoke to the Socialist, writes Why did the split occur in the Labour Party in Harrow?.

18 February 2015

spotHSBC tax dodging scandal

Put the establishment on trial!: The HSBC tax dodging scandal has further exposed the rottenness of the political establishment. Both the Tory party and Labour received millions in donations and loans from super-rich tax avoiding clients

18 February 2015

spotThem & Us

Vanilla fudge: Ed Miliband claimed a political victory after Lord Fink retracted his threat to sue the Labour leader who, in a parliamentary bun fight with Prime Minister David Cameron, had accused him of being a "dodgy donor" to the Tories

18 February 2015

spotTories' probation disaster

The probation service as we knew it was broken up and signed away into history on 1 February. Workers in probation union Napo fought long and hard but were unable to prevent 50% of services being outsourced

18 February 2015

spotFighting for a £10 minimum wage

This month I attended the Bakers, Food, and Allied Workers' Union (BFAWU) national executive, representing Youth Fight for Jobs, writes Ian Pattison.

18 February 2015

spotIndividual registration excludes voters...

Almost a million fewer people are registered to vote than last year - another barrier to anti-establishment campaigners in elections, writes David Maples, Lambeth Socialist Party.

18 February 2015

spotHow the super-rich get away with it

"Tax avoidance - everyone does it." That is according to multimillionaire, former hedge fund manager and Tory donor, Lord Fink

18 February 2015

spotGreece: If the Troika does not back down?

Let the Greek people decide! The stand-off between the Greek Syriza government and the European Union (EU) finance ministers is continuing

18 February 2015

spot"I want to tell the truth about the crime of austerity"

Nancy Taaffe, TUSC's prospective parliamentary candidate for Walthamstow, spoke to the Socialist

18 February 2015

spotLewisham: striking against 'academisation'

NUT union members from Sedgehill and the three Prendergast Federation schools, in Lewisham, south London, came out on strike on 12 February against the threat of forced 'academisation'

18 February 2015

spotFighting racism with Solidarity Street

Clapton bus garage, photo Paul Mattsson

Clapton bus garage, photo Paul Mattsson

Over the last six months, hundreds of local people have backed our call to boycott "Immigration Street"

18 February 2015

spotLabour council to deal 'savage blow' to Coventry

On 24 February, councillors in Coventry will deal a savage blow to our city. They will vote on a budget making £15 million in cuts

18 February 2015

spot"Driver, why are you late?"

Clapton bus garage, photo Paul Mattsson

Clapton bus garage, photo Paul Mattsson

When I was new to bus driving, it wound me up when bus controllers asked: "Driver, why are you late?" I'm driving a busy bus in lots of traffic and the timetable is almost impossible to keep to

18 February 2015

spotShallow look at racist far right

TV review - Angry, White and Proud: Jamie Roberts' Channel 4 documentary claimed to shine a spotlight on Britain's far-right today

18 February 2015

spotFirefighters' pensions strike and demo

Firefighters protesting in Leicester over pension changes, photo Steve Score

Firefighters will be striking on 25 February in their battle against changes to pensions

18 February 2015

spotWorkers' pay down £2,500... Bosses' pay up £700,000

Workers' pay down £2.5k - Bosses' pay up £700k

Fight for decent pay, jobs and benefits: Feeling the pinch? Cutting back on spending? Wondering how you'll make it to the end of the month? You're not alone. Workers everywhere are struggling with stagnating wages and rising prices

18 February 2015

spot"Dogs of war" unleashed against water tax movement

Protesting the arrests of anti-water tax campaigners

"Call off the dogs of war on people in Jobstown." These were the words of Socialist Party TD (member of parliament) Ruth Coppinger when she challenged the Tánaiste (deputy prime minister) Joan Burton in the Dáil (Irish parliament) on 12 February

18 February 2015

spotPreparing the forces to fight capitalist austerity

Watford Socialist Party member Sajith Attepuram, photo Senan

Watford Socialist Party member Sajith Attepuram, photo Senan

On 14-15 February, branch delegates and visitors gathered at 2015 Socialist Party congress to discuss and debate the key political developments internationally and in Britain, and to map out the party's tasks over the next 12 months

18 February 2015

spotDecades of disastrous and bloody interventions

Review - Bitter Lake: Why do the mass media and politicians tell "stories" about Western foreign policy which are "increasingly unconvincing and hollow"? To answer this, film-maker Adam Curtis examines the western "narrative" through the "prism of Afghanistan"

19 February 2015

spotRats in the mess room at Exxon Fawley site

Workers at the Exxon Fawley site in Hampshire have no hot water, heating and toilets in the mess rooms, but plenty of rats, writes Nick Chaffey.

20 February 2015

spotRebel councillor speaks at first Warrington TUSC meeting

Councillor Kevin Bennett hammered Warrington's Labour council at the borough's first Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) meeting

23 February 2015

spotWales Labour vandalising services

Trade union leaders in Wales continue their unrequited love for Welsh Labour despite Labour's ongoing willingness to implement Con-Dem cuts

23 February 2015

spotUnison activists challenge New Labour

Unison delegates from across south east England attended their regional council AGM

23 February 2015

spot1982: The 'Militant' debates with Austin Mitchell

A television debate in Blackpool during the 1982 Labour Party conference brought together MP Austin Mitchell and prospective parliamentary candidate John Spellar, debating with editor of the Militant, Peter Taaffe, and prospective parliamentary candidate for Liverpool Toxteth, Tony Mulhearn

25 February 2015

spotCouncils at breaking point: the strategy to fight back

Councils across the country are setting budgets, again forcing through tens of millions - in some cases hundreds of millions - of pounds of cuts

25 February 2015

spotAnti-cuts MPs would only take average wage of a worker

In response to the latest Westminster scandal, the Socialist Party argues that what is urgently needed is a party of a completely different type

25 February 2015

spotSocialists in Unison call for solidarity with PCS

Socialist Party members and other lefts on the Unison executive have challenged the union's leadership over aiding the government's attacks on the PCS civil servants' union

25 February 2015

spotWarrington 'vanity project' youth service cuts

Warrington's Labour council is pumping millions into a new 'Youth Zone' recreation centre. This is at the expense of professionally trained and paid youth workers - and without listening to the needs

25 February 2015

spotGreece: Syriza at a crossroad

On 20 February, Greek negotiators agreed a four month extension of the current bailout programme with its creditors (the Troika - EU, IMF and European Central Bank), writes Nicos Anastasiades, Xekinima (CWI Greece).

25 February 2015

spotThem & Us

Monopoly money: With daily revelations of tax dodging scams by the super-rich it's of little wonder then that millionaire Tory Chancellor George Osborne is keeping a low profile

25 February 2015

spotEnd the housing crisis!

Rent control now - build council homes: Rising private sector rents and cuts to social housing stocks makes it feel like social cleansing is taking place

25 February 2015

spotPut the bankers in the stocks!

It's bankers' bonuses week! The public can expect a slew of media stories detailing how these capitalist parasites have once again stuffed their pockets with fabulous sums of money

25 February 2015

spotDefend the right to protest

As the general election approaches, even though the result may be hard to predict, one thing is clear: the victory will be with big business as austerity continues

25 February 2015

spotIreland: five anti-water charges protesters jailed

For breaking an injunction compelling them to stay 20 metres away from all water meter installations, five protesters have been jailed for between 28 and 56 days each

25 February 2015

spotBristol Greens back 'shocking' austerity policies

Green Party leader Natalie Bennett, photo Paul Mattsson

Green Party leader Natalie Bennett, photo Paul Mattsson

The 2012 Green Party Bristol mayoral manifesto said: "We do not agree with the logic of cutting public spending at a time of recession." Fighting words, but completely at variance with their deeds on Bristol City Council

25 February 2015

spotWith friends like these, who needs enemies?

Kent councillor Harriet Yeo is now backing Ukip. She was - until recently - a member of the Labour Party

25 February 2015

spotElection appeal: Funded by you - not by big business

The Socialist Party is standing election candidates as part of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition. We are asking you to donate to our campaign

25 February 2015

spotLeft scares Usdaw leadership in elections

First time candidate Scott Jones was within 113 seats of winning a seat on the Usdaw exec

First time candidate Scott Jones was within 113 seats of winning a seat on the Usdaw exec

Socialist Party member Amy Murphy wins Southern region seat with 2,263 votes and finishes a close second in presidential election with 45% of the vote

25 February 2015

spotHow to strike against privatisation

It is a mistaken but honest belief held by some trade union activists that workers cannot take legal action against privatisation

25 February 2015

spotMay Day greetings: Implacable resolve of lowest paid

Demonstration against NHS cuts at Whipps Cross hospital, East London 21 September 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

Demonstration against NHS cuts at Whipps Cross hospital, East London 21 September 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

The need for an organised, independent, political expression of the will of the 99% and our demands for health, homes and decent jobs has never been greater

25 February 2015

spotNine-fold growth for Grimsby Socialists

At Christmas 2013, our branch had four members. In little over a year we've recruited an additional 33

25 February 2015

spotCampaign news in brief

Do people want councillors who implement cuts, or councillors who are willing to fight the cuts?

25 February 2015

spotWorse off than our parents

With the approaching general election, many young people, like me, are looking for answers to the multitude of problems over jobs, pay, housing, and education, etc, writes Tanis Belsham-Wray, Leeds Socialist Party

25 February 2015

spotFight tuition fees - support the TUSC alternative

Labour's recent announcement that, given a win at the up-coming elections, they plan on reducing tuition fees to £6,000 a year would be laughable to students if it was not a complete insult

25 February 2015

spotTV football deal: Reclaim the game for the fans

The football Premier League's new TV deal with Sky and BT broadcasters offers mega-riches to the 20 Premier League teams, but little reward to the lower leagues

25 February 2015

spotWhen women's solidarity won battle for trawlermen

Trawlermen's memorial, St Andrews Dock, Hull, photo G Robinson

Trawlermen's memorial, St Andrews Dock, Hull, photo G Robinson

Review: Turning the Tide: Turning the Tide by local historian Rupert Creed is a true story, detailing the 1968 tragedy that saw the loss of 58 Hull trawlermen's lives

25 February 2015

spotFirefighters march though Westminster

3,000 firefighters protested over pension cuts and the fire minister misleading parliament, 25.02.15, photo Paul Mattsson

3,000 firefighters protested over pension cuts and the fire minister misleading parliament, 25.02.15, photo Paul Mattsson

Firefighters across England struck on Wednesday 25 February, and together with others from across the UK demonstrated outside parliament

25 February 2015

spot50 years on: the assassination of Malcolm X

Malcolm X, 12 March 1964, photo Library of Congress. New York World-Telegram & Sun Collection, Ed Ford, World Telegram staff photographer

21 February this year marked the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X. As anti-racist protests continue across the US following last year's high profile police killings of two black men - Mike Brown and Eric Garner - the lessons of his life and struggle should be examined

25 February 2015

spotKick out corrupt politicians

'Cash for access' scandal shows MPs still have their snouts in the trough, cartoon Alan Hardman

For workers' MPs on a workers' wage: What has changed in the two decades since parliament's first 'cash for questions' scandal? 'Nothing at all,' is the answer. Former ministers Jack Straw and Malcolm Rifkind have been caught offering to sell the influence of their public positions

26 February 2015

spotTUSC PPC launches Operation Black Vote

Today Kingsley Abrams is participating in the launch of the Operation Black Vote nationwide tour, in Brixton, to target more than a million people to engage in the 2015 elections

26 February 2015

spotICO staff on strike for fair pay

PCS members at the Information Commissioners Office in Wilmslow are escalating their action

26 February 2015

spotDiscussion in United Left on stance in general election

Socialist Party members in Unite have received an open letter from leading members of Unite who are in UL

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