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11 November 2010
Over 70 people attended the Exeter Anti-Cuts Alliance launch meeting, established as a federal, bottom-up organisation by Socialist Party and other trade union activists, writes Jim Thomson, Exeter Socialist Party
17 March 2010
EXETER NORTHCOTT Theatre is being placed in administration. The future of one of the South West's only producing theatre companies, and its 80 employees, is in doubt, writes Rob Edwards, Exeter Socialist Students.
28 October 2009
Cars hooted their support as postal workers' picket lines were solid across Gloucestershire this week, even more so than during the 2007 strike, writes Chris Moore, Gloucestershire Socialist Party.
11 February 2009
THE FAR right British National Party (BNP) reared its ugly head again in Exeter. Last Saturday, this threat was met by a united front in Exeter High Street by socialists of various backgrounds. The biggest...
21 January 2009
On 15 January, Exeter Socialist Students took to the high street to campaign on behalf of Robbie Segal, Socialist Party activist and shop workers' union Usdaw presidential candidate, writes Rob Edwards.
28 May 2008
Last week's failed terrorist attack in Exeter caused a wave of shock and surprise in Devon and Britain as a whole, writes Jim Thomson, Devon Socialist Party.
27 February 2008
Socialist Students in Manchester on the Campaign to Defeat Fees day of action, photo Abby Taylor
20 February 2008
EXETER SOCIALIST Students recently organised a protest by 55 students, parents and workers outside the office of university vice-chancellor Steve Smith... By Allan Coote, Exeter Socialist Students
29 November 2007
A victory for the forces of anti-fascism took place on 23 November when 200 students, union representatives and staff of Exeter University at a guild (students union) general meeting voted overwhelmingly for a policy of 'no ... By Robert Edwards, Exeter Socialist Students
11 October 2007
AFTER THE usual sham of 'consultation', Devon and Somerset Fire Authority have decided to axe 25 jobs in the fire service in Devon, despite a budget surplus of £1 million.... By Jim Lowe, Devon Socialist Party
4 October 2007
University is becoming an absolute rip off! £3,000 a year for top-up fees. £100 a week rent in many student halls. Brighton University is charging students...
15 December 2006
Whitehaven: AROUND 4,000 people marched through the Cumbrian town of Whitehaven on 9 December to warn the local health trust - hands off west Cumbria's hospital services...
15 December 2006
LAST YEAR, all Exeter's secondary schools were rebuilt using private finance initiatives...
15 June 2006
UNISON conference: UNISON's ANNUAL Delegate Conference will be held in Bournemouth from 20 to 24 June, preceded by the local government and other smaller service group conferences on 18 and 19 June...
23 March 2006
Socialist Students are campaigning for a fighting and democratic NUS...
2 March 2006
THE INTERNATIONAL Socialist Resistance (ISR)/ Socialist Students conference on 4 March 2006 was a vital conference for every young person who wants to fight to change the world...
22 February 2006
AS RURAL workers feel capitalism's effects acutely, the Socialist Party's influence is spreading into rural parts of England and Wales...
16 February 2006
Campaign ends Exeter's 'unethical investment': A SOCIALIST Students member at Exeter University, JIM THOMPSON, recently started a campaign against the University's investment in the arms trade...
13 March 2004
Monday 15 March, 1pm. Meeting room 1, Fulton House...
9 August 2003
"THIS IS a fight we can win", said RMT regional organiser Phil Bialyk to huge applause. He was speaking to a march and rally of over 250 striking Stagecoach Devon Bus workers in Exeter. As their strike...
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