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11 April 2012
Not content with attacking ordinary families from the cradle to the grave - from closing Sure Start centres to making us work longer for lower pensions - Britain's super-rich bosses are now after our bank holidays!
7 March 2012
Coventry council's Labour leader John Mutton invited Socialist Party councillor Dave Nellist to become the city's deputy Lord Mayor in May, which would normally lead on to the position of Lord Mayor in 2013
15 February 2012
Coventry Socialist Party councillor Dave Nellist is campaigning against education cuts and tuition fees
1 February 2012
In the 3 May local elections Coventry Socialist Party councillor Dave Nellist will be seeking re-election...
23 November 2011
Earlier this year Coventry's Labour-led council proposed to remove £1 million from the annual £1.8 million budget for day care at Sure Start centres in the city, writes Dave Nellist, Socialist Party councillor, Coventry.
25 May 2011
Seventy delegates to the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) conference attended the official fringe meeting about how to fight the cuts, writes Hugh Caffrey, North West Socialist Party.
24 May 2011
Bosses at Coventry and Warwickshire University Hospitals NHS Trust have announced cuts in some of the charges for car parking at Walsgrave hospital
4 May 2011
Campaigners and socialists in Coventry won a concession from the council in the battle to halt a private land-grab...
27 April 2011
On Thursday 5 May millions of people get the chance to pass judgement on a year of the Con-Dem government. Socialist candidates will be offering an alternative to the diet of cuts, writes Dave Nellist, Socialist Party councillor, Coventry and TUSC steering committee.
20 April 2011
The twin terminator toffs, Cameron and Clegg, are determined to slash public services, privatise whatever they can and wipe out even more jobs, writes Lenny Shail, Socialist Alternative candidate, Coventry.
30 March 2011
New housing benefit claims from Friday 1st April will only be eligible for a reduced rate; existing tenants will see their claims reduce at some point up to nine months after the anniversary of their claim date...
23 March 2011
On 5 May millions of voters will pass judgement on the Con-Dem coalition in elections to local councils, the Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly, writes Councillor Dave Nellist, Acting chair, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition.
18 March 2011
9 March 2011
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The three main establishment parties - Tories, New Labour, Lib Dems - have so far succeeded in limiting political debate on the cuts in public services, writes Dave Nellist, Socialist Party councillor and acting chair, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition.
9 March 2011
On Saturday 5 March, over 250 delegates marched to a rally outside the Labour Party local government conference in London, writes Vik Chechi, Tower Hamlets Socialist Party.
22 February 2011
Tuesday 15 February saw a heightened day of struggle for the anti-cuts movement in Coventry and Warwickshire
19 January 2011
ON 7 January 2011 the former Labour MP for Bury North, David Chaytor, was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court to 18 months' imprisonment for 'false accounting' writes Coventry Socialist Party Councillor Dave Nellist (former Labour MP 1983-1992)...
14 October 2010
WHAT DO the results of the election to Labour's Shadow Cabinet tell us about the direction, or even likelihood, of Ed Miliband's party leading a fightback against the coalition cuts?, writes Socialist Party councillor Dave Nellist, Chair, Campaign for a New Workers' Party.
6 October 2010
AS THE first Conservative Party delegates arrived for their 2010 conference at the ICC in Birmingham - a city whose Con-Dem council has threatened 26,000 employees with the sack unless they accept new contracts with reduced terms - thousands of trade unionists and political activists were gathering, writes Dave Griffiths.
29 September 2010
Almost every report of Tory chancellor George Osborne's impending cuts assumes that "of course, everyone knows cuts are necessary", writes Dave Nellist, Socialist Party councillor, Chair, Campaign for a New Workers' Party.
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