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14 March 2018

Sainsbury's raise really a cut: fight for 10 with no strings!

Supermarket Sainsbury's announced on 6 March that it will increase the wages of its 130,000 store workers.

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9 March 2018

Leaked pay deal: fight for a genuine pay rise

NHS workers have reacted angrily to a Guardian headline: "NHS staff offered 6.5% pay rise over three years if they forfeit day's holiday"

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10 January 2018

Amy Murphy for Usdaw president - vote for a fighting and democratic union

Elections for the new president of Usdaw, the shop and distribution workers' union, take place from 15 January with Socialist Party member Amy Murphy running to give the union a fighting leadership.

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15 November 2017

USA: Historic vote for Ginger Jentzen campaign in Minneapolis

Calvin Priest and Bryan Koulouris from Socialist Alternative (Socialist Party co-thinkers in the USA) report on the second place finish for socialist Ginger Jentzen in the Minneapolis election

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18 October 2017

Young people being strangled by debts

Take the wealth off the super-rich - no to the Tories' scapegoating of pensioners!: Over a third of young people are in debt - on average by 2,989 - says the Money Advice Trust

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11 October 2017

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us including Lords' expenses and young workers' debt.

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27 September 2017

Usdaw elections announced - fight for a left leadership, vote for Amy Murphy

Usdaw general secretary John Hannett's retirement, announced at the shop workers' union's annual summer school, has been a long time in the offing

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8 September 2017

Sports Direct's broken promises

Mike Ashley, promised last year "to ensure that all staff are treated with dignity and respect".

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15 August 2017

'Ana Key MP' - Socialist artist responds to attacks

They push through the same cuts, take the same exorbitant wage (mine earned three times the median wage of her constituents!) and ignore the same problems, writes Ellen Kenyon Peers, Lewisham Socialist Party.

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9 August 2017

End poverty pay for sleep-in care workers

Since the NHS began outsourcing care services to private companies and charities, wages and conditions for carers, support workers and healthcare assistants have been squeezed.

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26 July 2017

Young people...fight for a future, fight for socialist policies

Young people in the UK have faced brutal attacks from successive governments on our living standards and our futures.

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28 June 2017

Unison conference: confident delegates take control, give Corbyn 'rapturous' welcome

Like Theresa May, general secretary Dave Prentis and his supporters looked like the team who had won but lost

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21 June 2017

Inflation: Workers lose out - time for action

If more confirmation was needed about how working class people are being left behind, then look no further than the latest evidence of falling living standards from the Office for National Statistics

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14 June 2017

Window strikers joined by second plant

Socialist Party members visited the picket lines at Sierra Glass in Paignton on 5 June and showed the strikers the previous report in the Socialist, writes Alex Moore and Sean Brogan, Torbay and Exeter Socialist Party.

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14 June 2017

Young workers in unions earn 20% more

Want a pay rise? Join a union. That's the message from recently published government data showing that being in a trade union increases pay for the majority of workers, writes Tessa Warrington, PCS union rep.

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6 June 2017

Huge crowd turns out to hear Jeremy Corbyn

Tyneside turned out en masse to hear Jeremy Corbyn speak in Gateshead

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24 May 2017

Work doesn't pay: Tory policies have meant another wages cut

While wages still sit 16 a week below their 2008 pre-recession peak, government figures have shown that the Tories have pushed pay 'growth' back below inflation - meanwhile, Corbyn pledges a higher minimum wage, end to the public sector pay cap, and ban on zero-hour contracts

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17 May 2017

Kick out the Tories: For a Corbyn-led government

Fight for jobs, pay and services: "The Conservative Party has always been the true party of workers," claims Theresa May. What a joke! Try telling that to the millions of workers living on poverty pay, in precarious employment.

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17 May 2017

Corbyn's alternative for young people

Free education, EMA, 10/hr, no zero-hours: Jeremy Corbyn's manifesto has been greeted with enormous enthusiasm by working class people but especially by young people.

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