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3 July 2019

Birmingham uni workers strike against terms and conditions attacks

Unison members working in catering, cleaning and security held a well-supported one-day strike at the University of Birmingham on 28 June. They were protesting against the removal of premium payments for weekend and anti-social hours and reduction of holiday entitlement by a week.

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3 July 2019

London Arriva bus drivers vote for strike action over bullying and workload

London bus drivers have had enough! In a consultative ballot of Unite the Union members at Arriva, drivers voted overwhelmingly for industrial action.

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3 July 2019

Steps forward and missed opportunities at Unite rules conference

General union Unite's 2019 rules conference made some important steps forward but missed opportunities to develop member participation. It also passed amendments that could be dangerous to the left in the future.

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3 July 2019

Angry Usdaw members strike at Sainsbury's distribution centre over sick pay cut

Dozens of members of shop workers' union Usdaw picketed Sainsbury's Waltham Point distribution centre in Essex for most of their 24-hour strike against changes to sickness policy.

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3 July 2019

What we saw

Times journalist James Kirkup asked this: "Why aren't the wannabe PMs talking about in work poverty?" on 26 June. The Tories aren't, but the Socialist is.

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3 July 2019

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich and another for us.

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3 July 2019

Even social-care bosses say cuts have gone too far

Jeremy Hunt, in a masterful understatement, said: "I think, having been responsible for health and social care, that some of the cuts in social care did go too far."

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3 July 2019

Gig-economy exploitation doubles

The 'gig economy', formerly known as 'casual labour' - and much beloved of the dock employers for hundreds of years worldwide, is on the rise. Tony Blair famously called it "the flexible workforce".

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3 July 2019

Same old millionaire Tories - Fight to kick them out

Neither Boris Johnson nor Jeremy Hunt offers a decent future for workers, young people and others facing hardship. Does this mean we should be despondent? Absolutely not!

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28 June 2019

What now for Brexit?

Three years on from the EU referendum, the ruling classes of Britain and Europe have still not found a way to deal with the seismic consequences

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27 June 2019

Birmingham school strike for safe working environment

NASUWT teaching union members at Starbank school (Hob Moor Road site) in Birmingham took the first of two days' strike action on 27 June over poor pupil behaviour and the school's policies to deal with it.

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26 June 2019

Come to the 2019 NSSN conference

The conference on 6 July is a fantastic opportunity to coordinate the union fightback

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26 June 2019

Unsafe, unaffordable housing scandal

It is a disgrace for people to be living in unsafe and dangerous housing in the fifth richest country in the world

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26 June 2019

Universal Credit forces women into prostitution

A Tory minister has been forced to retract an official statement that there was no link between Universal Credit and people being pushed into to the sex trade to survive

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26 June 2019

NSSN meeting determined to fight for Ford workers

The meeting in Bridgend brought solidarity and support to the Ford workers

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26 June 2019

How can we build workers' action to support the climate strikes?

The idea of a 'general strike' has caught hold among layers of activists

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26 June 2019

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Platini's red cards, key workers' homes, heroic Eleanor Marx

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26 June 2019

Opinion: capitalism's Fukushima showed same recklessness as Stalinism's Chernobyl

While lauding the marvellous TV series Chernobyl, the capitalist press has gleefully criticised 'socialism', and even Corbyn, for the Ukrainian nuclear disaster

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26 June 2019

Stop the Devon and Somerset fire service cuts

Firefighters in Devon and Somerset have reacted with fury to swingeing cuts in which will cut the fire service 'to the bone'

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26 June 2019

Hull trade union festival a great success

Hull Socialist Party members were central in organising a hugely successful trade union festival, 'Engage for Change', on Saturday 22 June

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