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12 July 2019

The landowning establishment

Land privatisation, the largest neoliberal grab in Britain since Margaret Thatcher came to office in 1979, has scarcely been debated

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3 July 2019

Nationalisation is answer to Southern Water cover up

An investigation into Southern Water by the industry regulator Ofwat has demanded that the company pay a 126 million penalty package, the largest it has ever imposed. The Environment Agency is now also looking into pressing criminal charges.

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3 July 2019

TV: Years and Years - Engaging family drama pushes confused, reactionary message

The six-part political and family drama Years and Years follows one family from the present day over 15 years.

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3 July 2019

The Socialist inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors.

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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

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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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

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

No to Boris, No to Hunt: General Election now

We need a general election, not a no-choice coronation of Boris or Hunt.

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19 June 2019

Sudan: The revolution under threat

Mass protests against the former dictator began in December 2018. He was removed by the Transitional Military Council to try to contain the developing revolutionary movement.

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Anti-Trump protester, London, 4.6.19, photo Judy Beishon

19 June 2019

While Tories elect new leader - prepare action to remove the lot of them

By the end of the week votes by Tory MPs will reduce the field of leadership candidates to two

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19 June 2019

Council cuts continue while reserves rise

Local authorities in England are sitting on almost 22 billion of financial reserves, 5 billion more than the year before, the Sunday Times reports, writes Dave Walsh, Liverpool council worker and Unite member.

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19 June 2019

Cancer stats reveal deep inequality

"This year, more than 300,000 people in England will receive the life-changing diagnosis of cancer. And the number of people living with cancer is predicted to rise by 3.2% each year, writes Jon Dale, secretary, Unite Notts NHS branch.

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19 June 2019

What way forward to tackle climate change?

Around 50 people attended the recent Nottingham launch of 'This Is Not A Drill', the new handbook about challenging climate change by Extinction Rebellion (XR) which contains 'everything you need to know about' how 'to be radical', 'rise up' and 'rebel', writes Clare Wilkins, Nottingham Socialist Party.

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12 June 2019

Save Essex libraries protest

Over 600 people marched through Chelmsford on 8 June in protest at Tory-run Essex County Council's plan to shut 25 out of its 74 libraries.

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5 June 2019

Corbyn must go on the offensive against the Labour right

The Tory party is consumed by a leadership contest that is revealing the fissures along which it could tear itself apart.

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