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14 August 2019

TV: Young, British and Depressed - "What is wrong with our society that all these people are feeling this way?"

In 'Young, British and Depressed' ('Dispatches' on Channel 4, 29 July), Sanah Ahsan focussed on the crisis facing young people in their search to be treated for mental health problems.

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14 August 2019

After the fire: fight for facilities for all

Not quite three weeks after the devastating fire at Walthamstow's shopping mall Save Our Square (SOS) campaigners were out on Saturday 10 August in the lime tree avenue leading to the east London market, making it quite clear. We are still here!

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31 July 2019

Huge workload, low pay and unpaid hours - a day in the life of a teaching assistant

The role has changed unrecognisably in the last few years, but the wages do not reflect the level of commitment and professionalism the position now demands or the extra pressures it brings

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31 July 2019

Ilford: parents and teachers unite against school cuts

Ilford County High School, which has a deficit, should force the council to allow a moratorium on repayments

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31 July 2019

July climate strikes: link up with the workers' movement

On 19 July, members of the Socialist Party and Socialist Students braved the rain outside parliament to support school students striking against climate change

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31 July 2019

Enfield: 100% council homes at Meridian Water!

A big meeting of residents and trade unionists in Edmonton, North London, set up a campaign to fight for 100% council homes at Meridian Water, the biggest redevelopment project in London

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31 July 2019

Labour promises to end council privatisation: councils must do that now!

Labour needs to send a clear message to the working class, because that is not what we see in our workplaces and communities

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31 July 2019

Fighting Universal Credit

The Tories sold Universal Credit as a public money-saving scheme, combining several benefits into one. In reality the 'savings' were to come from reducing payouts.

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18 July 2019

Tories prepare to attack education workers' pensions

The government has issued a consultation document on proposed changes to the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)

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17 July 2019

Residents mobilise to stop eviction

Irene is a pensioner living in a small terraced house in Liverpool's Kensington area, where she has lived for years.

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17 July 2019

Leicestershire - No more austerity!

'We will pay you 60 to attend a consultation session with Leicestershire County Council.' I couldn't believe that I had heard the man correctly. 60 to tell them what I think of them. Count me in!

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17 July 2019

Council seeks to take budget deficit out on school staff and pupils

"You can't keep cutting jobs and simply expect teachers and support staff to pick up the extra work. We are not prepared to see our members driven into the ground nor see the children's education suffer", said Venda Premkumar, Redbridge National Education Union (NEU) branch secretary.

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17 July 2019

Newham housing repairs workers announce strike dates

Unite the Union members employed by Newham Council in its housing repairs service have agreed dates for the start of strike action. This follows a 100% yes vote in the ballot.

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17 July 2019

Health visitors strike for the first time ever

Health visitors in Lincolnshire believe theirs is the first health visitors' strike anywhere in the country. The 58 specialist nurses, members of Unite the Union, voted for action by an 84% majority.

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9 July 2019

Academy strike - standing up to 'bullying' management forces climbdown

Teachers and support staff at the Martin's Gate ACE Multi Academy Trust went on strike on 2 July

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3 July 2019

Lincoln Uni NUS disaffiliation: a question of on-campus democracy

At their last meeting as members of the University of Lincoln Student Union's Board of Trustees, the elected executive committee members put a motion through removing the student union from the National Union of Students (NUS), effective from 31 December.

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3 July 2019

Stourbridge: Keep our college!

On 29 June, around 400 education workers, parents and supporters marched through Stourbridge to protest against the looming closure of the town's further education college.

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3 July 2019

Coventry says no to congestion charge

Coventry's Labour council has spent two years drawing up a plan to tackle nitrogen dioxide hotspots in two parts of the city.

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3 July 2019

Steps forward and missed opportunities at Unite rules conference

General union Unite's 2019 rules conference made some important steps forward but missed opportunities to develop member participation. It also passed amendments that could be dangerous to the left in the future.

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27 June 2019

Birmingham school strike for safe working environment

NASUWT teaching union members at Starbank school (Hob Moor Road site) in Birmingham took the first of two days' strike action on 27 June over poor pupil behaviour and the school's policies to deal with it.

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