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21 October 2020
Local Folkestone residents and the South East Kent Trade Union Council rallied in solidarity with 400 asylum seekers housed at Napier old army barracks
9 September 2020
Trade unionists, anti-racism and refugee rights campaigners rallied in Market Square on 5 September in Dover to show solidarity with refugees, fleeing war and persecution, who have faced vile racist abuse from Tories and the far right in recent weeks
24 June 2020
P&O Ferries wants to cut 734 jobs in Dover and 122 jobs in Hull after a severe downturn in demand
27 May 2020
P&O Ferries has announced plans to cut 734 jobs in Dover and 122 jobs in Hull after it reported a severe downturn in demand, writes Eric Segal, Kent Socialist Party.
8 March 2017
Thirty years ago, 193 passengers and crew drowned off the coast of Belgium after P&O's Herald of Free Enterprise car ferry capsized. One of the dead was seafarer and Militant (forerunner of the Socialist) supporter Geoff Haney.
22 June 2016
A convoy of 250 vehicles set off to deliver solidarity and aid to refugees
20 April 2011
Since the first Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for the local elections in Kent was announced, the idea of a slate of trade unionists, anti-cuts campaigners and socialists across Kent has really taken off, writes Adam Dudley, Kent Socialist Party.
14 October 2010
A school student strike took place this week in an academy in Dover. The school has just been turned into an academy with sponsorship from Canterbury Christ Church University, two grammar schools and Kent...
21 April 2010
The recently reformed Dover and District Trades Union Council recently held its first major public meeting against the threat of privatisation of the port of Dover, writes Jacqui Berry.
3 December 2008
Workers employed by Dover Harbour Board (DHB) have announced that they will stage a further three 24-hour strikes next week, writes Jacqui Berry, Kent Socialist Party.
19 November 2008
On 15 December, 500 workers marched to defend jobs at Dover Harbour Board (DHB), ahead of a 48-hour strike starting on 18 November, writes Jacqui Berry.
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