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19 January 2022

Want to fight austerity?

Come to the Trade Unionist and Socialist conference:

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19 January 2022

NUS walkout: Organise to fight for free education on 2 March

The National Union of Students has launched its campaign for a 'student strike for education'.

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19 January 2022

No trust in Tories to keep us safe

For democratic workers' control of Covid safety: The self-isolation period after a positive Covid test has been reduced from seven days to five, with negative lateral flow tests on days five and six

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19 January 2022

News in brief

299 million of PPE brought by the government during the pandemic has gone out of date. The early days of the pandemic were marked by health and care workers' struggles for face masks and other PPE. Now,

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19 January 2022

Workplace news in brief

Waltham Forest bin workers in Unite and GMB unions protested on the steps of the town hall on 13 January against bad pay and conditions

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19 January 2022

Mutual aid, the welfare state and the fight for a new mass workers' party

The Covid pandemic and its effects have deepened an already existing social crisis. Ravaged by years of cuts and privatisation, public services have been unable to meet the needs of working-class communities.

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19 January 2022

Birmingham: Cuts consultations replaced by computer game

Birmingham City Council traditionally holds public consultations on its annual budget, but for 2022 it has decided to change the format

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19 January 2022

Bournemouth - angry people not represented by capitalist parties

Boscombe is supposedly not fertile ground for socialist values, but at our first Bournemouth Socialist Party campaign stall of the year on 15 January, we talked to many disaffected people on a range of topics - including union rights, issues effecting LGBTQ+ people, housing and homelessness.

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19 January 2022

Theatre: Yes Yes UCS

Interview: Telling the story of the 1971 Upper Clyde Shipbuilders work-in: In June 1971, the privately owned shipyards of Upper Clyde Shipbuilders collapsed into receivership. But instead of accepting redundancy, the large workforce occupied the affected sites and began its famous

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19 January 2022

Rob Windsor - remembering a tireless fighter for socialism

It is ten years since we lost Coventry Socialist Party member Rob Windsor to a serious illness. He was only 47, sadly far too young, but what a force of nature and of socialism he was.

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19 January 2022

Why are things the way they are?

In the first of a series on Marxist classics, Nick Hart reviews 'An introduction to the Logic of Marxism' by George Novack.

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19 January 2022

Murder of Ashling Murphy sends shocks waves across Ireland and beyond

The tragic and senseless murder of 23-year-old Ashling Murphy in County Offaly, in the Irish republic has sent shock waves, anger and devastation throughout communities across the country and beyond

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12 January 2022

Super-rich get richer, while we can't make ends meet. Join the fightback!

The richest 1% of households were getting richer even before the pandemic, taking their average wealth to 3.66 million. The wealth gap has widened further since.

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12 January 2022

People's Budget: We beat council cuts before, we will again

Leeds Labour council is preparing to pass on another round of Tory austerity.

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12 January 2022

Money Heist: A Robin Hood tale set in modern-day capitalism

TV series: 'La Casa de Papel' or Money Heist: This is a must-watch Spanish drama over five series, and now available to watch in its entirety on Netflix.

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12 January 2022

Don't Look Up: An entertaining satire on corporate power and the US establishment

Film: 'Don't Look Up': The movie satire, 'Don't Look Up', became a major hit over the Christmas holiday season. The dark comedy, written and directed by Adam McKay, concerns a desperate attempt by scientists to alert the

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12 January 2022

Bullying weighing room culture at the races

Horse racing, known as 'the sport of kings', has a long history. And for most of that time the jockeys were male, until the 1970s, in particular 1979, when women were allowed to become professional jockeys.

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12 January 2022

Obituary - Ethan Bradley 1993-2021

We need more Ethans to lead fight against gig economy exploitation: At just 28, the loss of Ethan Bradley, the chair of the couriers and logistics branch for the IWGB union, is tragic.

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6 January 2022

Tories' cost of living squeeze - Build workers' fightback


This year is set to inflict more pain on working-class people as rising costs outstrip incomes, meaning real-terms pay cuts. The average pay deal last year was worth just 2%, and a survey of employers found they were only planning 2.5% raises this year.

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