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20 March 2019

Trade unionists debate the EU

An 'EU - Should We Stay or Should We Go?' debate was organised by Nottingham and Mansfield trade union council. Over 70 people attended the 26 February meeting.

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20 March 2019

Union fightback key to movement against racism and austerity

The annual anti-racism demonstration marched through central London on 16 March. The demonstration is called to mark the United Nations day against racism.

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13 March 2019

No to racism - Fight for socialism

Almost a year since the exposure of the Windrush scandal, the Windrush generation continue to suffer from the 'hostile environment'. They suffer abuse, benefit sanctions, sacking and deportation.

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13 March 2019

Weak Tories must go. General election now!

Yet again, another outsourcing company faces collapse. The latest one is Interserve.

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13 March 2019

Anger after violent youth deaths - Communities need public services not cuts

So far this year, ten teenagers have already lost their lives in London as a result of knife crime. In response to these tragedies, people are rightly demanding action to keep communities safe.

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6 March 2019

Hull: support for anti-cuts policies at Corbyn solidarity rally

80 people gathered in Victoria Square at the Hull Trade Union Council (TUC) anti-austerity rally to show their backing for Jeremy Corbyn.

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6 March 2019

Cuts must stop - boot the Tories out

As the clock ticks down on Brexit, hapless prime minister Theresa May is desperately trying to resurrect her deal with EU ministers, which was heavily defeated by MPs in January.

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27 February 2019

Kick out austerity politicians



Tories, Blairites, Independents:
The MPs who resigned from Labour aren't the only politicians who have, in Corbyn's words, "no problem with austerity"

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20 February 2019

Harrowing accounts of austerity at Unison women's conference

Delegates at the women's conference of public sector union Unison gave harrowing accounts of living their lives in debt, and how they have been reduced to choosing between eating and heating while trying to put food on the table for their families.

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6 February 2019

Struggling unis account for bulk of unconditional offers - end education marketisation!

It has been revealed that 20 universities are responsible for the massive spike in unconditional offers to students.

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6 February 2019

Tory Brexit farce, Corbyn and unions: Call mass action now

For all those of us living in the real world, the pantomime season is long since over. But, as the Tory Brexit crisis plays itself out daily in parliament, it can just seem like a toffs' slanging match stuck on a loop.

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30 January 2019

Austerity out, Tories out



"Christmas is only just over and it's already the end of May".
That was the comment of one social media user after the government's historic 15 January defeat in parliament on the Brexit deal.

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30 January 2019

Tory on homeless: "tear down these tents"

We say: tear down the Tory government!: Cardiff Tory councillor Kathryn Kelloway has sparked outrage by calling on social media for the tents of homeless people in the city to be torn down.

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30 January 2019

Councils can fight cuts!

Two years ago, Wakefield district's council declared that it could no longer guarantee service provision for even the most needy.

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30 January 2019

Join the fight to defend women's lives

Councils must save domestic violence services: Already this week, two women will have died due to domestic violence. By the end of the week, there will have been five

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Leicester college staff strike against low pay, Abbey Park campus, 31st January 2019, photo Steve Score

Leicester college staff strike against low pay, Abbey Park campus, 31st January 2019, photo Steve Score

16 January 2019

'Tories out' demo

Unions should be visibly campaigning at the front of the movement to oust the Tories instead of subcontracting the business

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16 January 2019

France: union-led action and assemblies can defeat Macron

After a slowdown over Christmas, it seems the 'gilets jaunes' movement is back in full swing.

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16 January 2019

Robbing the working class

The fundamental problem with Universal Credit is austerity

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9 January 2019

Javid's migrant 'emergency'

Home Secretary Sajid Javid declared the rising numbers of migrants attempting to cross the Channel in small boats an "emergency" over Christmas. He held a conference call with officials from the Border Force, Immigration Enforcement, and National Crime Agency.

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9 January 2019

'Fat Cat Friday' shows where all the money's gone

I hadn't even received my first paycheque of the new year when the average chief executive of a FTSE 100 company had already 'earned' more than my entire annual salary - in less than three days!

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