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18 July 2018

'Vote Leave' fined: For a workers' Brexit

The electoral commission has fined the right-wing, pro-big business 'Vote Leave' campaign 61,000 for breaking the law.

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17 July 2018

Victory for Swansea postal workers against management victimisation

Swansea postal workers have won a victory forcing Royal Mail management to reinstate postman Martin Henwood, after the threat of strike action.

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16 July 2018

250,000-strong human tide sweeps London against visit of bigoted billionaire Donald Trump

A human tide swept central London on 13 July in an historic mobilisation against the racist, sexist billionaire president of the US, Donald Trump, who was visiting the UK

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16 July 2018

Confronting the FLA pro-Trump demo - build a workers movement to defeat the far-right

A demo called by the 'Democratic' FLA in London on 14 July was much smaller than the 15,000 they gathered on 9 June.

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11 July 2018

NSSN conference 2018: Mood for fighting action and coordination

"I'm sick and tired of hearing that the trade union movement is on its way out," declared Linda Taaffe in opening the conference

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11 July 2018

Britain bakes as water pipelines leak

June was the driest month on record in south east and central southern England, while Scotland recorded its highest ever temperature of 33.2C in Motherwell.

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11 July 2018

Hit the streets against Trump and capitalism

5 reasons to walk out on 13 July: As we go to press, Donald Trump is on his way to Britain. This billionaire bigot is hoping for a red carpet reception. But the most important 'welcome' he will receive will be on the streets.

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11 July 2018

600 more retail jobs on the line: workers must not pay for the bosses' high street crunch!

Among the latest victims are almost 600 retail workers employed by Calvetron Brands, many in department stores. Hardly a day goes by in 2018 without more news of woes on the high street.

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11 July 2018

Issue 1000 drive shows sales potential

Our branch organised a lot of extra sales activities for issue 1000 of the Socialist, which meant we almost trebled our normal weekly sales.

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11 July 2018

Unite conference sees union go in a fighting, socialist direction

Unite policy conference in Brighton on 2-6 July was notable for delegates urging its leadership to take the initiative on the big issues facing workers: Brexit, fighting austerity, racism and the far right.

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