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12 December 2018

Liverpool seafarers demand better conditions

Liverpool seafarers took part in a protest outside the Seatruck terminal on Liverpool docklands on the morning of Friday 30th November

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5 December 2018

WHSmith: hands off our Post Offices!

Post Office management has earmarked a further 74 government-run 'Crown' Post Offices to close and franchise out

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5 December 2018

Victory! Dinner ladies' strike beats job cuts

School management has backed down and withdrawn plans to make nine dinner ladies redundant

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5 December 2018

PCS AGS election: Where now after the Left Unity conference?

Many Left Unity members will now expect that the incumbent AGS Chris Baugh will be confirmed as Left Unity's candidate.

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5 December 2018

The growth of artificial intelligence technology

AI technologies cannot be harmoniously rolled out due to the contradictions of capitalism

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5 December 2018

Socialist Party argues against fire service cuts at Tyne and Wear consultation

Wallsend station, one of the most deprived wards in the country, has one fire engine - that finishes at 8pm!

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5 December 2018

Fatal bus crash - an avoidable tragedy

Stagecoach bosses have been let off the hook. They should have been jailed for corporate manslaughter.

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5 December 2018

Workplace news in brief

Shelter strike, Beefeater beef, Cammell Laird continues, buses bust-up

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5 December 2018

Bradford College joins #FEfightback strike for decent pay

Bradford College was one of six colleges where workers took strike action for decent pay on 28-29 November

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5 December 2018

Victory for left in RMT union president election

Michelle Rodgers has been elected president of transport union RMT in a landslide victory for the left in the union

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5 December 2018

Blairite Birmingham steps up union-busting and two workforces plan strikes

Brum's Labour council won't get an easy Christmas this year. Two of its workforces - bin workers and home carers - are balloting for strikes

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5 December 2018

Midwives go on strike in New Zealand

Around 1,150 midwives in New Zealand have taken strike action for better pay and staffing levels

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28 November 2018

We need system change to halt climate change

Was there ever a starker example of the destructive and unplanned nature of capitalism than the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) findings?

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28 November 2018

Workers at the forefront of the new wave of protests in Iran

The Iranian economy is in freefall, and the Iranian working class is the main target of this slump. Prices of staples are increasing day by day.

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28 November 2018

Eyewitness: French protesters seize streets against President Macron

Over the last weeks, France has witnessed widespread protest against neoliberal president Emmanuel Macron and his government. Close to 500,000 people blockaded roads and roundabouts on Saturday 17 November.

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28 November 2018

College lecturers in Wales strike against low pay and workload

Lecturers across Wales will be taking strike action over pay and workload on 4 and 13-14 December. This follows the fantastic ballot result of University and College Union (UCU) members who voted overwhelmingly to strike.

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28 November 2018

Cammell Laird shipbuilding workers strike against job cuts on merseyside

26 November was the first day of rolling strikes by ship-building workers at Cammell Laird in Birkenhead, Merseyside, bringing the yard to a halt.

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