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5 May 2021

New law ignores economic barriers to escaping domestic abuse

The Domestic Abuse Act has become law. Violence against women and girls has been on the increase during the pandemic. Between March and June 2020, police recorded 206,492 domestic abuse offences - a 9%

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5 May 2021

Can the 'Preston model' beat the cuts?

It is clear that we are at the start of a new period of austerity, where the ruling class will try and make ordinary people pay for the costs of the pandemic and for the crisis in the neoliberal capitalist system which has been fully exposed by the pandemic

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Socialist Party members campaigning for TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition) election candidates in Liverpool, 24.4.21, photo by Mark Best

Socialist Party members campaigning for TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition) election candidates in Liverpool, 24.4.21, photo by Mark Best

30 April 2021

Socialist Party members campaigning for TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition) election candidates in Liverpool, 24.4.21

Socialist Party members campaigning for TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition) election candidates in Liverpool, 24.4.21

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28 April 2021

What councils can do to protect the environment

Protecting the environment will be a key issue in the various election campaigns.

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21 April 2021

Essex: Why I'm standing for TUSC

The Tories in Essex County Council want to cut 46 million from public services. There's nothing left to cut!

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21 April 2021

Fight to stop cuts

6 May elections: In the run-up to the 6 May elections we have an opportunity to build the fight against austerity and the damage it has done to our lives.

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21 April 2021

Don't trust the Labour right's empty promises

Vote TUSC for a strategy and programme to defeat Covid austerity: What would you put on your election leaflet if you were a candidate for the Tories or Starmer's Labour

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21 April 2021

Keep Liverpool council's One Stop Shops open

In the 1980s, when the Labour council in Liverpool was led by supporters of the Militant newspaper, forerunner of the Socialist, one of the reforms that was implemented was the opening of eight 'One Stop Shops' across the city

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21 April 2021

Ballots to defend reps on Woolwich Ferry

Unite members working for Transport for London (TfL) at the Woolwich Ferry site in London began a ballot for strike action on 16 May.

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21 April 2021

Thurrock bin workers solid in strike against pay cuts

Thurrock refuse workers' action against drastic cuts in pay completed its first week in fine form. Workers are taking daily strike action from 9am, returning refuse vehicles to the depot and joining the

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Thurrock council workers striking against pay cuts, photo by Dave Murray

Thurrock council workers striking against pay cuts, photo by Dave Murray

14 April 2021

Thurrock council workers striking against pay cuts, photo Dave Murray

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7 April 2021

Councillors have a choice - don't vote for cuts

330 TUSC candidates are standing in the 6 May elections

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7 April 2021

Academy schools have become business ventures

The process of selecting a secondary school for your child can be an agonising one for many parents. In 2005 I viewed about a dozen and chose Pimlico. The headteacher seemed a nice guy and the leadership

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6 April 2021

Right-wing Labour and Tory commissioners out!

Socialist Party members helped build for a protest called by Liverpool Trades Council.

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31 March 2021

Warning: Labour Party cutters - careful who you phone!

There I was, browsing my computer, as you do... when the landline rings. That is not something that happens very often in our house, especially as we have a call-barring service on our phone.

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31 March 2021

Mobilise workers to defy Tory commissioners and austerity

Liverpool faces imposition of unelected commissioners

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31 March 2021

Socialist Liverpool City Council inspired me

I come from a Labour-voting family, and grew up on a Cheshire council estate in the 1960s' boom. The working class benefited from the many reforms of the 1945 Labour landslide.

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31 March 2021

BT Openreach engineers step up the pressure with five-day strike action

Engineers working for BT's Openreach have taken five days of strike action against the imposed regrading of their jobs.

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24 March 2021

Why I am standing for TUSC

Working-class people need a voice in the council chamber. When the Labour Party was formed a hundred years ago, it did that job. It pulled together workers and fighting trade unionists

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