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4 March 2020

spotIndia: Bloody pogrom fuelled by Modi's sectarianism

Coinciding with US president Donald Trump's official visit to India, Hindu nationalist mobs - fired-up by ruling party BJP agitators - carried out a bloody pogrom in Muslim neighbourhoods of the capital New Delhi

4 March 2020

spotRoyal Glam A&E: Victory is within our grasp

The struggle to retain a permanent, consultant-led, 24/7 A&E at Royal Glamorgan hospital has entered a new, important phase.

4 March 2020

spotWhat will we do if they cut Camden nurseries?

Camden council cuts mean four nurseries will lose all their places for two, three and four year olds. Campaigners lobbied the Labour council against the £600,000 cut to the budget on 2 March.

4 March 2020

spotStrike wave around London - this is why we need socialists in city hall

London Labour mayor Sadiq Khan has declared that he will "stand up for London". Nancy Taaffe, Socialist Party member, asks: "Who in London did he have in mind?

4 March 2020

spotDefend the right to strike! Southampton solidarity meeting

RMT transport union guards on South Western Railway (SWR) will be on strike again, 9-10 March and 12-13 March, in their fight to maintain 'safety critical' guards on the railways.

4 March 2020

spotWest London parking workers' strike

Ealing parking attendants are on strike 2-6 March, having pushed back the employer to stop redundancies. Serco wants them to work longer hours, with more responsibilities and fewer staff.

4 March 2020

spotCharity workers' strike

As Addaction charity workers in Wigan resumed strike action on 27 February, they expressed their anger that this national charity had spent £140,000 on a relaunch, ironically renaming the organisation "We Are With You" - presumably in an attempt to distance the organisation from the strike!

4 March 2020

spotElectricians pay victory

Electricians at Sandwell Council, West Midlands have won better pay. Unison local government union members had been taking action short of striking since 6 January, after voting 100% on a 94% turnout for both action short of strike action and strike action.

4 March 2020

spotWhy I joined the Socialist Party: I resent the 1% and the system that allows them to exist

During my childhood we were always a poor family. I enjoyed a myriad of poverty food while living with my father in a small flat.

4 March 2020

spotThe Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors

4 March 2020

spotAnti-academy strikes kick off in Redbridge

The snow didn't stop staff, parents, children and supporters turning out on the picket line. St Bede's in Redbridge took their first day of strike action against the school becoming a privatised academy.

4 March 2020

spotSecret cuts meeting couldn't prevent protests in Newham

The council kept the details of their £45 million cuts meeting a secret, until very late, to prevent protests outside. But that didn't stop the Socialist Party, Newham trade union council and others on 2 March.

4 March 2020

spotA socialist response to the Coronavirus crisis

As new coronavirus infections gather pace - in Britain and around the world - Boris Johnson claims the country is "well-prepared with a fantastic NHS." Who's he kidding?

4 March 2020

spotInternational Women's Day: Fighting sexism and austerity

International Women's Day feature, including young women, Women's Lives Matter, trade unions, and a programme to fight oppression

4 March 2020

spotSocialist Party Congress 2020

300 branch delegates and visitors participated in democratic discussion and debate at the Socialist Party national congress

4 March 2020

spotUni strikers determined to defeat the bosses

Strikers and supporters rallied at Leeds University on the fifth day of strike action

4 March 2020

spotLabour councils miss opportunity to stop Tory cuts

In the same week at the end of February, three Labour councils in the south - Brighton, Reading and Southampton - had an opportunity to use Labour's strongholds in southern England to rally opposition to further Tory austerity and set no-cuts budgets to defend jobs and services.

4 March 2020

spotA legacy of women workers and the class struggle

International Women's Day, with its history of being rooted in struggle, has, in recent years, been diminished. Big business increasingly uses it as a cynical opportunity to give the illusion of being progressive and inclusive. Sinead Daly looks at the real history of International Working Women's Day and the socialist ideas it inspires today.

11 March 2020

spotCoronavirus infects the world economy

The biggest one-day fall in stock markets since the financial crisis; an oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, and the fastest drop in the cost of oil for 30 years

11 March 2020

spotCoronavirus: international cooperation needed, not capitalist competition

Nine weeks after the first Covid-19 coronavirus patient was identified in Wuhan it had spread to 98 countries, writes Jon Dale, secretary, Unite union Nottinghamshire NHS branch (personal capacity).

11 March 2020

spotSupermarkets are ruled by profit - unions should control supply limits

Many shop and supermarket shelves are being stripped of hand wash, toilet rolls and some food lines such as dry pasta, as people panic buy and stockpile because of coronavirus, writes Scott Jones, Usdaw union member (personal capacity).

11 March 2020

spotFor full pay during isolation: for public health as well as workers' wallets

Government forecasts say up to 20% of workers could be off sick or in self-isolation in the UK when coronavirus reaches its peak, writes Josh Asker, Southampton Socialist Party.

11 March 2020

spotSelf-isolation patients speak: NHS facilities and advice not up to it

The outbreak of Covid-19 in northern Italy took place during our short holiday in Rome. On arrival in Italy, all the passengers on our flight from London were individually screened in front of a video

11 March 2020

spotSouth Korea shows capitalism has money to respond to coronavirus

Korea has been pretty good. Local councils are giving money to low earners to help with rent. Anyone who needs to get the test and potential treatment receives it free. And if you have to self-quarantine

11 March 2020

spotCoronavirus news in brief

Amazon reports it is trying to remove listings for face masks and hand sanitiser marked up by up to 2,000%

11 March 2020

spotSalford 'no-cuts' budget includes cuts and tax rises

Salford council has cut £211 million from spending since 2010, writes Nick Chaffey, Socialist Party national committee.

11 March 2020

spotStoke council unions beat pay cuts - now let's stop all cuts

Protests and the threat of strike action by council worker unions - GMB, Unite and Unison - have forced Stoke-on-Trent city council to scrap their plans to cut some workers' wages by up to £5,000 a year, writes Andy Bentley, Stoke Socialist Party.

11 March 2020

spotIs there an anti-cuts rebellion in Scotland?

In Scotland, both Scottish National Party (SNP) and Labour councillors continue to be complicit in implementing cuts, writes Matt Dobson, Socialist Party Scotland.

11 March 2020

spotEast London uni and bin worker strikes

Over 250 lecturers at University of East London (UEL) have contracts no longer than one term. We went down to support the University and College Union (UCU) before they start a week of strikes next week

11 March 2020

spotArgos workers in Sainsbury's stores threatened with losing collective bargaining

Argos has announced the transfer of its staff working in Sainsbury's shops to Sainsbury's itself, writes Iain Dalton, Usdaw Broad Left chair.

11 March 2020

spotHomerton Hospital workers fight for sick pay

Staff at Homerton Hospital, east London, celebrated when they heard the news that private contractor ISS had agreed to pay workers their usual pay if they are forced to self-isolate to help stop the spread of coronavirus, writes Brian Debus, Hackney Socialist Party and Hackney Trade Union Council.

11 March 2020

spotStrong support for PCS Broad Left Network

The newly formed PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) is contesting this year's PCS national elections for the first time, writes Socialist Party members in PCS.

11 March 2020

spotSelling the Socialist

Selling the Socialist outside a DWP office, management send out a security guard to get rid of us. But just at that moment, one of the union reps walking past recognises us from coming down to support

11 March 2020

spotSocialist Party executive committee positions

Following a very successful Socialist Party national congress the newly elected Socialist Party executive committee has unanimously agreed that Peter Taaffe will become political secretary, while Hannah Sell will become general secretary

11 March 2020

spotHousing workers explain reality to idiot Boris Johnson

I work at a homeless day centre in central London, supporting rough sleepers with severe mental health issues, writes Jack Jeffrey, support worker for homeless people.

11 March 2020

spotSwansea: Ask anyone about state of services, you will hear the real story

Ask any Swansea resident about the state of social care, education and refuse collection and they will tell you the real story, writes Gareth Bromhall, acting secretary of Swansea Trade Union Council.

11 March 2020

spotCamarthenshire: Councillors' 'walk of shame'

Plaid Cymru councillors voting for the cuts had to walk the 'walk of shame' past us to get into the council meeting, writes Mark Evans, Carmarthenshire County Unison branch secretary (personal capacity).

11 March 2020

spotStudent occupation in support of striking workers

On 9 March, students from Nottingham University and Nottingham Trent occupied the Coates Road auditorium at Nottingham Uni in solidarity with the University and College Union (UCU) strike, writes Reece Lawton, Nottingham University Socialist Students.

11 March 2020

spotBook: Why you should be a trade unionist by Unite general secretary Len McCluskey

Len McCluskey's book 'Why you should be a trade unionist' is a lively and accessible account of the role trade unionism has played in the past, and the hope which workers' organisations provide for the future, writes Derek McMillan, East Grinstead.

11 March 2020

spotThe Socialist Inbox

Send your news, views and criticism in not more than 150 words to Socialist Postbox, PO Box 1038, Enfield EN1 9GT or phone 020 8988 8795, email: [email protected]

11 March 2020

spotGreece-Turkey border refugee crisis

A new refugee crisis has erupted on the Greek-Turkish border. The trigger for this has been the conflict between the regimes of Turkey and Syria, backed by Russia, in the disputed Idlib region of Syria

11 March 2020

spotDomestic Violence bill: We still need to fight to save our services

The new domestic violence bill, first introduced by Theresa May, has supposedly been improved under Johnson's leadership, writes Amy Cousens, Bradford Socialist Party.

11 March 2020

spotChildcare - costly, inadequate and hard work

Childcare costs have risen 5% according to charity Coram. Its family and childcare survey found the weekly price for a part-time nursery place for a child under two is over £130 - £6,800 a year, writes Juliette Fogelman, East London Socialist Party.

11 March 2020

spotNews in brief

Hundreds of injuries have taken place at Amazon warehouses in Britain in the past three years. The GMB union says that one worker at a London site was left unconscious after a head injury and stopped breathing

11 March 2020

spotCoronavirus: Full NHS funding now


Britain has almost the fewest intensive care beds per person, and hospital beds overall per person, of any country in Europe. How is our NHS going to cope with an influx from Covid-19?

11 March 2020

spotFilm: Greed directed by Michael Winterbottom

It was refreshing to watch a mainstream film exposing the madness and exploitative nature of the capitalist system, writes Barbara Clare, Stevenage.

11 March 2020

spotWomen's rights, trans rights and the labour movement

The Socialist was contacted by Women's Place UK (WPUK) requesting a right of reply to the article by Sarah-Sachs Eldridge 'Labour Party and trans rights: United working-class fight needed for rights and resources for all', which was published in issue 1074.

11 March 2020

spotSocialist Party joins International Women's Day protests

The Socialist Party joined protests organised for International Women's Day in London. We took part in Million Women Rise and the London Women's Strike, writes Isai Priya, London Socialist Party.

11 March 2020

spotTrade unionists say "defend the right to strike!"

Over 70 trade unionists packed Southampton Friends Meeting House

11 March 2020

spotFighting to transform the union in my warehouse

Conditions in my workplace have been decaying over the last decade. The cost of surviving, let alone living, has gotten harder.

11 March 2020

spotItaly on lockdown: lack of resources and democracy causes panic

"That's six weeks without any money. How am I supposed to feed my kids? The government is doing nothing to help us. And the health service is on the verge of collapse.", said Jo, a teacher from Bologna

11 March 2020

spotLatest podcasts

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11 March 2020

spotNationalise to save jobs threatened by Covid-19 and downturn

The impact of Covid-19 accelerated the collapse of Flybe

11 March 2020

spotPostal workers mobilise to win strike reballot: Vote yes!

Almost 110,000 postal workers are currently balloting for strike action

11 March 2020

spotHow can Trump be ousted from the White House?

The turmoil in the US Democratic primary battles reflects all of the tensions in US society.

14 March 2020

spotCapitalist crisis and Corona: Johnson's budget for the bosses

The measures announced by the Tories, in the budget and subsequently, are utterly insufficient to limit the spread of Covid-19.

16 March 2020

spotCoronavirus - a workers charter 2020

Coronavirus reveals the capitalist system in crisis
Workers mustn’t pay the price
Party document 16 March 2020

18 March 2020

spotHelp us fund the Socialist

The coronavirus is triggering a serious capitalist crisis. Millions of people are worrying about the prospects for their health, jobs and security

18 March 2020

spotCoronavirus: workers must not pay the price!

System in crisis: We cannot trust the Tories, or the system they represent, to keep us safe or defend our interests

18 March 2020

spotAction needed to protect shop workers and access to essential goods

As the coronavirus crisis deepens, shop workers are becoming another 'emergency service' to ensure people can still access food and other basics

18 March 2020

spotPCS union demands better deal for benefits claimants

The government has announced new support for claimants who contract, or have to stay at home due to, Covid-19

18 March 2020

spotSuspend rent and mortgage payments, seize empty homes

It didn't take coronavirus to create a housing emergency, but it does create new issues.

18 March 2020

spotCoronavirus: socialist planning, not capitalist chaos!

What kind of society can best meet the challenge of a newly spreading virus?

18 March 2020

spotCoronavirus hospital worker: amazing response from staff - but worst still to come

Some parts of the hospital seem strangely normal. In and around A&E, things are very different

18 March 2020

spot'Health not profit' strike wave sweeps Italy

Under pressure from the bosses' organisation many workers are still expected to go to work, often on overcrowded public transport

18 March 2020

spotUnited States: private healthcare exposed as Trump throws money at markets

Capitalism and the political duopoly of the Democratic and Republican parties are to blame for the US's incompetent response to Covid-19

18 March 2020

spotWorkers at Lewisham coronavirus hospital walk out after not being paid

"Infected patients are now being admitted into the hospital, but the cleaners have downed tools because they haven't been paid"

18 March 2020

spotCoronavirus - waste processing employers putting us at risk

"My first reaction was the managers have lost the plot, or buried their heads in the sand"

18 March 2020

spotBexley bin workers strike over lack of hand sanitiser

Left with no hand sanitiser, yet having to collect everybody's rubbish amid the coronavirus epidemic, they walked out on strike

18 March 2020

spotGoing viral: socialist letters and comments on the coronavirus crisis

The entire capitalist system is being exposed, and workers and communities are organising to respond

18 March 2020

spotUnder the microscope: socialist coronavirus news in brief

Stop privatisation preparation; hypocrite Branson's bail-out; Amazon sweats workers; private jet boom

18 March 2020

spotEast London bin workers strike to get back unpaid holiday pay

Workers are furious because 150 are owed substantial arrears

18 March 2020

spotDetermined St Mungo's homelessness workers strike for three days

Last minute emails to staff calling on them to suspend strike action because of the coronavirus crisis provoked anger

18 March 2020

spotFrench local elections: CWI candidate elected

Leïla Messaoudi of Gauche Révolutionnaire was elected to the local council of Petit-Quevilly in the city of Rouen

18 March 2020

spotSouth Africa: 60 years marking the Sharpeville Massacre

The beginnings of revolutionary working-class struggle against a brutal capitalist regime

18 March 2020

spotStop gentrification of Lea Bridge

Labour council try to stop us meeting in our own area: The Socialist Party is fighting for a plan in the interest of the working class in Waltham Forest

18 March 2020

spotTory student plot defeated at Cardiff uni

Attempts to scrap support for the UCU strike were roundly defeated on 10 March

18 March 2020

spotSelling the Socialist

Just some of the events where the Socialist newspaper was sold in the past week..

18 March 2020

spotNew pamphlet: constituent assemblies and the revolutionary programme

In the recent mass movements against austerity and the capitalist establishment in Chile, the demand for a constituent assembly has arisen

18 March 2020

spotTV: Noughts and Crosses

Our reviewer gives the BBC TV series the thumbs down, but recommends the original book

18 March 2020

spotPostal workers deliver massive strike vote

Communication Workers Union (CWU) members in Royal Mail beat the anti-union laws for the third time in less than three years, delivering a massive 94.5% yes vote for strike action

18 March 2020

spotSocialist Students speaking tour

The first week of the Socialist Students national speaking tour has been a massive success

18 March 2020

spotNottingham uni occupation ends

The last day of the current UCU strikes, 13 March, was the last day of the Nottingham University occupation

18 March 2020

spotCouncils must break austerity rules

Labour councils must lead a fight for the immediate resources needed, linked to reversing all cuts and privatisation

19 March 2020

spotCoronavirus and school closures: what needs to be done now

The government has had to bow to the inevitable and announce the closure of all schools

19 March 2020

spotThe new crisis and its consequences

ST cover issue 237

As global markets reel in the face of the developing coronavirus pandemic it is difficult to see how these events will not be the trigger for a new world capitalist economic downturn, with all its social and political consequences

20 March 2020

spotBexley binworkers' strike wins sick pay from day one

Binworkers working for Serco at Tory-run Bexley council have won a victory

20 March 2020

spot'Worst crisis in housing since World War Two' - Barking Riverside inquiry into fire

A residents-led inquiry into the Samuel Garside house fire on the Barking Riverside estate in east London met for an interim review of its findings

23 March 2020

spotUsdaw - the Activist

23 March 2020

spotToo little too late

Johnson and Sunak responded to public anger and agreed to pay 80% of the wages of workers who are laid off because of the coronavirus. This will be welcomed by millions, but for workers already struggling to pay the bills, 80% of wages will not be enough to live on.

23 March 2020

spotCorona crisis brings new issues into the postal dispute

CWU members have - for the third time in two years - returned a massive yes vote for industrial action

24 March 2020

spotCoventry socialist candidate wins votes against austerity

Coventry Socialist Party member Jane Nellist received 101 votes in Thursday's Upper Stoke byelection, in what was clearly extremely difficult circumstances

24 March 2020

spotNewham campaign set up against council cuts and tax hikes

Back in the mists of time, on 6 March, in the days before Coronavirus was dominating everything, local residents in Newham came together to organise opposition to the budget that had just been agreed by the Labour council

24 March 2020

spotProtest against Facebook censorship

A CWI video has been blocked on Facebook in an act of political censorship.

25 March 2020

spotTransport union RMT demands action for coronavirus tube safety

RMT union members have shown a huge commitment to keep the tube running, in spite of the obvious risk to tube workers who are working

25 March 2020

spotCoronavirus and domestic violence: a double threat to women's lives

As we entered 2020 the number of women murdered every week by a partner or ex-partner in the UK rose to three. On top of this, three women a week kill themselves to escape abuse

25 March 2020

spotOrganising in the workplace in the time of coronavirus

Despite organisational difficulties, trade unions can, and should, continue to function during the course of the corona outbreak. I work for Unite housing workers' trade union branch, writes Nick Auvache.

25 March 2020

spotLike what we say, help us keep saying it - fund the Socialist

The coronavirus is triggering a serious capitalist crisis. Millions of people are worrying about the prospects for their health, jobs and security

25 March 2020

spotCoronavirus news in brief

Coronavirus news in brief

25 March 2020

spotRetail and the coronavirus outbreak - organise to defend workers interests

Coronavirus is sending tremors through capitalist society. Many workers who have been enduring increasing casualised working conditions, such as zero or short-hour contracts, have had further cuts to sick pay and other contractual changes.

25 March 2020

spotSocial care: "Not good enough by miles"

Boris Johnson has said that non-urgent operations will be cancelled, and people already in hospital sent home, to free up 30,000 general and acute beds in the NHS to accommodate coronavirus patients. According to Johnson, they will be released into the care of "community health providers".

25 March 2020

spotCoronavirus: What role could community support groups play?

Many neighbourhoods across Britain are throwing up local solidarity networks to support each other during the pandemic. 'Mutual aid' groups are trying to make sure the elderly and vulnerable still receive supplies, sharing advice and information, and coordinating local efforts.

25 March 2020

spotGoing viral: Socialist letters and comments on the coronavirus crisis

The Covid-19 pandemic is a world social crisis which touches every aspect of life. The iniquities and failings of the capitalist system are being exposed, and workers and communities are organising in response.

25 March 2020

spot'Meeting' to discuss socialist ideas - more vital than ever during the crisis

During the corona crisis the Socialist Party is still meeting. Many branches are utilising online resources. Go to socialistparty.org.uk/whatson to join in your area.

25 March 2020

spotSelling the Socialist

"It's like the Mary Celeste in here" says first worker going in. But I still sell five copies of the Socialist. Less than usual, but not bad considering more than half the staff are now working from home.

25 March 2020

spotBosses not workers should pay for JCB shutdown

This year is the 75th anniversary of the founding of JCB. The year started with statements that the order books were the fullest for certain JCB products since their inception.

25 March 2020

spotState intervention shows what is possible

The Tories cut - but now they spend. They privatised - but now they nationalise.

25 March 2020

spotSouthampton: University workers win full pay for casual staff

All three campus trade unions wrote to the vice-chancellor

25 March 2020

spotUnion independence must be maintained - a reply to the TUC

There should be no blurring of class lines

25 March 2020

spot30 years since the huge anti-poll tax demo... And how mass non-payment of the tax was built

On 31 March 1990, a massive demonstration surged into central London. It was the culmination of months of organisation and defiance of the Tory government's hated poll tax by millions of overwhelmingly working-class people.

25 March 2020

spotCoronavirus crisis: Tests, full pay and funding - for all now

The coronavirus crisis has exposed the complete inability of the capitalist market economy, based on profit and competition, to meet the needs of working-class people.

25 March 2020

spotCoronavirus plunges capitalism into global turmoil

A CWI statement on the new era of upheaval that has opened up and the need for socialism.

25 March 2020

spotWe need tests for all now! Nationalise production and research

"Test, test, test" said the World Health Organisation.

25 March 2020

spotConstruction site bosses put profits first

Construction bosses have been telling workers to go to work despite the health risks

27 March 2020

spotThe self-employed need 100% of their income, and now!

The government has relented to pressure by bringing in a support scheme for the self-employed

30 March 2020

spotEssential workers deserve more

Workers are receiving some very contradictory messages about their wage levels and the importance of their jobs

30 March 2020

spotWorking in Mike Ashley's empire: After lockdown we won't forget how we've been treated

I work for one of the retail chains in Mike Ashley's empire. As more shops were closing, pressure began mounting for our chain to close too. But we were expected to lone work, rather than simply closing

30 March 2020

spotWorking from home during the pandemic

People's experience of the transition to working fulltime from home varies

30 March 2020

spotSchools: union oversight needed to end chaos in provision under coronavirus

Like many other teachers up and down the country, I have been trying to set lessons online for students to continue their education at home

30 March 2020

spotScandalous conditions in food distribution centre

"Too little, too late" is ringing in many workers' ears. In my workplace, a food distribution centre, it definitely echoes.

31 March 2020

spotCouncils must use resources now for emergency response

The devastating impact of coronavirus is exposing the impact that austerity has had on all of our public services, and particularly the NHS, writes We will keep up the pressure. Labour councils need to use all of the resources at their disposal now to save workers, not the capitalist system..

31 March 2020

spotMore than ever, we need accountable union leaders

The PCS union's national elections have been suspended

31 March 2020

spotLeicester: Nylacast worker exposes truth

Key workers continue to put their own health and safety at risk.

31 March 2020

spotSelf-isolation class divide: decent homes for all!

The nation has been told to stay home. But that doesn't mean the same thing for everyone, writes Holly Eaton, West London Socialist Party.

31 March 2020

spotCapitalism means empty shelves, food insecurity, and soaring profits - the case for a socialist alternative

The global coronavirus pandemic has exposed the fragility of capitalist food supply systems - whose rationale is based on maximising profits rather than meeting human needs

31 March 2020

spotKey workers should make bold demands

The coronavirus epidemic has highlighted how important health and social care staff are in caring for some of the most vulnerable, and keeping society running, writes Jack Jeffery, North London Socialist Party.

31 March 2020

spotHull construction workers force bosses to shut down site over health and safety fears

The government says "stay at home" yet leaves the bosses to decide whether their profits are more essential, writes Keith Gibson, senior GMB union steward (personal capacity).

31 March 2020

spotRefuse collection workers strike

Bin workers in Medway, Kent, walked out on 30 March over management's failure to follow social distancing directives, to provide adequate PPE and the closure of public toilets

31 March 2020

spotBosses concede to walkouts in Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland virtually every manufacturer continued to operate as normal following the coronavirus lockdown, which led to rising confusion and then mounting anger

31 March 2020

spotGoing viral - Socialist letters and comments on the coronavirus crisis

The Covid-19 pandemic is a world social crisis which touches every aspect of life.

31 March 2020

spotFight for safety, staffing and services - Covid chaos for benefits claimants

More than half a million claims to working-age benefits such as Jobseekers' Allowance and Universal Credit have been made in the last two weeks

31 March 2020

spotCoronavirus news in brief

New tests have found that 'high-pressure laminate' (HPL) cladding is almost as deadly as Grenfell's 'aluminium composite material' (ACM) cladding in a fire

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