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12 September 2018

Reading council plans privatisation - set a no-cuts budget instead!

Reading Borough Council plans to privatise many of its key services. Bins, parks, road maintenance, housing benefit payments and council tax support are all at risk.

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12 September 2018

Catford campaign against regeneration

Lewisham in south London has a big problem with a lack of council and social housing. Not enough has been built and existing homes are being lost to housing associations, right-to-buy schemes and 'regeneration', social cleansing schemes.

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29 August 2018

EDL sent packing in Worcester

In mid-July the far-right English Defence League (EDL) announced its plan to come to Worcester on 21 July.

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29 August 2018

East Dunbartonshire council workers back further strikes

Unison, GMB and Unite members in East Dunbartonshire council took four days of coordinated strike action at the end of June against the Tory and Lib Dem administration's cuts programme - including a major assault on workers' terms and conditions.

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22 August 2018

End Runcorn school PFI rip off

Schools, colleges and universities are struggling under the weight of cutbacks forced on them by Tory austerity. In Halton, Cheshire, a wave of cuts, poor management and an ill thought out private finance initiative scheme have created crisis in the local education system.

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22 August 2018

Waltham Forest Labour council votes to close library - campaign goes on

Libraries come from a tradition of workers' self-education. Their heyday was the 1950s when workers laboured in the factories and mines and libraries serviced a certain deprivation of the 'soul'.

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22 August 2018

Tories fear housing anger... but offer no solutions

The government's latest policy document on housing is a much-delayed response to mounting anger at the Grenfell Tower fire and the deep housing crisis, with unaffordable homes and increasing number sleeping rough.

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8 August 2018

Kirklees bin workers' strike forces management back

The deal includes ten more drivers with two new rounds and a further 30 agency staff to cover for leave and sickness. Crucially two of the hardline managers have been removed

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8 August 2018

Northants Council in total collapse: for a citizens' assembly to draw up a 'needs budget'

The unprecedented financial crisis of Northamptonshire's Tory county council continues. The first council to go technically bankrupt for many years is slashing services even further

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7 August 2018

Birmingham home carers strike

Low-paid care workers are striking for 14 days against Birmingham Labour council's cuts

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25 July 2018

Kentish Road victory: Respite centre saved by determined campaign

"This has not been the city council's finest hour", said Southampton Labour's new leader as he announced that Kentish Road Respite Centre is to be reopened. He apologised to all the families who use the centre for what they have been put through.

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25 July 2018

Recycling workers win right to sick pay

FCC recycling workers in Hull suspended their strike after FCC agreed to a sick pay scheme.

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25 July 2018

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us including Boris's millionaire mansion and working homeless.

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11 July 2018

Women's Lives Matter launched in Leeds to fight domestic violence service cuts

After it was reported that services protecting women against domestic violence in Leeds have been cut by 59%, we helped call a public meeting to launch 'Women's Lives Matter' in Leeds.

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11 July 2018

Summer of discontent on the cards in Huddersfield bin workers' dispute

50 bin workers, union members and supporters came together for a march on 6 July from the waste depot to Huddersfield Town Hall in protest against bullying and racism by management, and a refusal to allow bin workers to take leave for holidays and medical appointments.

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4 July 2018

Service users and families protest learning disability service cuts

Service users and carers protested outside Rotherham Town Hall against the council's decision to close centres

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4 July 2018

Social care funding crisis: no to an age levy - make the super-rich pay

We all know how desperately needed a funding solution is for social care and the NHS. But it can't be found through ordinary people chipping in even more to pay for it

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4 July 2018

Bin workers take strike action after talks with Kirklees council collapse

Kirklees bin workers are striking action from 3 to 9 July against a bullying manager

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27 June 2018

Support growing against incinerator in Washington

One resident said: "I can't understand how a Labour council can even consider allowing a company to build this type of plant only hundreds of metres from people's homes!"

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27 June 2018

Blairite cuts and restructures make social work dangerous

In Sheffield 'money-saving changes' the Blairite council is making are like a wrecking ball destroying a building when none of the occupants have been evacuated

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