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20 October 2021

Brighton bin workers' victory in sight against Green-led council

Brighton bin strikers have voted to accept a deal that "ticks all the boxes, and more" according to GMB branch secretary Mark Turner

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20 October 2021

Fight to defend homelessness services

Councils in England have warned that the cost of homelessness services will increase by 27.2% in the next three years

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20 October 2021

Ealing People's Budget - cuts can be resisted

For every 1 received from central government in 2010, Ealing, in west London, now gets 36p. There is no let-up in the Labour council's relentless cuts to jobs, services and facilities.

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20 October 2021

Northampton People's Budget - cuts and privatisation is a failed strategy

Northampton Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) hosted its first People's Budget meeting on 5 October.

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20 October 2021

Fighting the cuts at the ballot box in Liverpool

A by-election has been called in the Kirkdale ward of Liverpool following the resignation of right-wing Labour councillor Malcolm Kennedy

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20 October 2021

Biggest protest yet to save Stratford Circus

Over 70 trade unionists, arts workers and community campaigners turned out for the second protest in defence of Stratford Circus arts centre on 16 October

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13 October 2021

Hackney: Stop closure of children's centres

On 8 October, over 50 parents, children and members of public sector union Unison protested to demand that Fernbank and Hillside children's centres in Hackney, east London, be kept open

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13 October 2021

March to save Stratford arts jobs from Newham Labour attacks

The campaign to save arts jobs in Stratford, east London, has called a second protest after the council reneged on promises yet again.

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13 October 2021

Oaks Park pickets vote for more strikes to defeat bullies

Strikers at Oaks Park secondary school in Redbridge, east London, have told bosses they'll fight bullying till the bitter end.

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6 October 2021

Nottingham: Punish Labour for cruel cuts

Vote TUSC in Sherwood and St Ann's on 7 October: The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) is standing in two council by-elections in Nottingham

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6 October 2021

Obituary - Dave Hardaker, 1952-2021

Comrades in the Northern Region were shocked to learn of Dave Hardaker's sudden death on Wednesday 29 September.

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6 October 2021

Glasgow's equal pay battle set to re-erupt

Three years ago this month saw an heroic 48-hour mass strike for equal pay. 8,000 Glasgow council workers, organised by Unison and the GMB, took the action. The majority female workforce had been underpaid

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6 October 2021

Brighton waste workers walk out

The Socialist Party joined the GMB union and Brighton's Cityclean, recycling, commercial waste and HGV drivers and workers on their picket line on 5 October as they fight for better pay and working conditions

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29 September 2021

Preparing for no-cuts People's Budgets

TUSC is promoting the idea of local conferences to draw up no-cuts People's Budgets

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22 September 2021

W Sussex 'disability tax' - protest not going away

Warrior Carers protested outside West Sussex County Hall on 15 September. We were protesting about the unfair client contribution, also known as the 'disability tax'.

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22 September 2021

Leeds taxi drivers and disabled passengers unite to fight station changes

The anger of taxi and private hire drivers at the Labour-run council is palpable. Socialist Party members joined drivers in the Unite union, disabled taxi users and Unite Community activists to protest

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15 September 2021

Carmarthenshire Unison: 'Recognise our union!'

Union members in Plaid Cymru-run Carmarthenshire Council, Wales, are demanding a Trade Union Recognition Agreement (TURA) at Cwm Environmental, which is wholly owned by the council.

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15 September 2021

Oaks Park school: Redbridge Labour council backs strike-breaking bullies

Illegal strike-breaking, a dossier of testimonials about management bullying, and victimisation of a union rep who fought for Covid safety

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15 September 2021

Fighting fund target reached: Help us continue to raise our banner and programme

At our recent Socialist Party national council (see socialistparty.org.uk) members were set the challenge of raising 5,000 to help reach our quarterly target of 25,000.

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15 September 2021

Social care plans: A sticking plaster instead of surgery

Social care has been in crisis for decades. Successive governments have deliberately diverted resources from care provision into the pockets of big business through privatisation. Despite the hype, Boris

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