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Tories look in wrong place for climate solutions

Extreme heat caused misery for those stuck in blisteringly hot workplaces as well as thousands of stranded passengers, as our poorly funded infrastructure ground to a halt

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31 July 2019

Build a working-class movement to force an election

Johnson is keen to present himself as a representative of ordinary people - but his policy announcements are anti-worker through and through

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31 July 2019

Lobby the TUC for workers' action to defeat Johnson

Join the lobby in Brighton on 8 September

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31 July 2019

Harland and Wolff shipyard workers enter occupation

Demand government renationalise to save jobs and skills

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31 July 2019

20,000 civil servants strike against pay restraint

The strike was provoked by the imposition of a below-inflation pay award

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31 July 2019

Sainsbury's distribution workers' second 24-hour strike against cuts to sick pay

Waltham Point distribution centre workers took action on 25 July

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31 July 2019

Huge workload, low pay and unpaid hours - a day in the life of a teaching assistant

The role has changed unrecognisably in the last few years, but the wages do not reflect the level of commitment and professionalism the position now demands or the extra pressures it brings

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31 July 2019

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Victimised TUSC agent writes; climate travel chaos; education pensions attack; water privatisation scandal; 'Labour peers'?

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31 July 2019

Ilford: parents and teachers unite against school cuts

Ilford County High School, which has a deficit, should force the council to allow a moratorium on repayments

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31 July 2019

July climate strikes: link up with the workers' movement

On 19 July, members of the Socialist Party and Socialist Students braved the rain outside parliament to support school students striking against climate change

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31 July 2019

Barking: campaigning over housing safety

Following a shocking, preventable fire on its housing estate a few weeks ago, Barking Reach Residents' Association met to discuss the next steps of its campaign

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31 July 2019

Walthamstow shopping centre fire: people's plan - not disaster capitalism

Phenomena like floods or fire can be an excuse to rush through plans to privatise land, buildings and space

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31 July 2019

Enfield: 100% council homes at Meridian Water!

A big meeting of residents and trade unionists in Edmonton, North London, set up a campaign to fight for 100% council homes at Meridian Water, the biggest redevelopment project in London

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31 July 2019

Nottingham Deliveroo riders strike against unfair algorithm

"The algorithm is pushing out cyclists and favouring motors - pushing us to the back of the queue and damaging the environment"

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31 July 2019

Bromley library workers strike against running down

The long-running strike against the running down of Bromley libraries has not lost its enthusiasm

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31 July 2019

"BEIS: stop pISSing about and give outsourcing the boot!"

Catering workers and cleaners, members of civil service union PCS, walked out on indefinite strike action on 15 July at the government's business department,

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31 July 2019

Plymouth posties deliver defiant message to bullying bosses

Postal workers at the West Park delivery office in Plymouth took unofficial strike action from 24-26 July after Royal Mail's refusal to deal with bullying and harassment

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31 July 2019

Lib Dems: little bosses' party elects eager pro-austerity leader

Jo Swinson has eagerly put her hand up for austerity, privatisation, fracking, war and the bosses' European Union

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31 July 2019

Labour promises to end council privatisation: councils must do that now!

Labour needs to send a clear message to the working class, because that is not what we see in our workplaces and communities

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31 July 2019

Mass movement topples governor of Puerto Rico

Two weeks of almost continuous mass protests have forced the resignation of the governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló

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