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20 January 2022

10,000 tube workers vote to strike

RMT members working for London Underground have voted overwhelmingly for strike action

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Photo: Kuhlmann MSC/CC

Photo: Kuhlmann MSC/CC

19 January 2022

Tories on the ropes - Build a workers' alternative

The future of Boris Johnson as PM hangs by a thinner and thinner thread, following the revelations of Downing Street parties and the backdrop of the cost of living crisis.

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19 January 2022

Mutual aid, the welfare state and the fight for a new mass workers' party

The Covid pandemic and its effects have deepened an already existing social crisis. Ravaged by years of cuts and privatisation, public services have been unable to meet the needs of working-class communities.

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19 January 2022

Eyewitness account of workers' uprising in Almaty, Kazakhstan

In the following extract, Igor Ushakov, who serves on the Almaty editorial board of the left-wing online magazine Krasnaya Yurt, explains the events on 4-5 January in the Kazakhstan city of Almaty, where a working-class uprising against the regime took place.

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12 January 2022

Free prescriptions? Maybe when you're older

The government has a proposal on the table to raise the qualifying age for free medical prescriptions from 60 to 66

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12 January 2022

Communities fight back against Rio Tinto mine

It is becoming a tradition that the Serbian diaspora meets at the London HQ of Rio Tinto mining company, to coincide with protests in Serbia against opening a lithium mine there.

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12 January 2022

Solidarity with workers protesting in Kazakhstan

It's clear that the Kazakhstan government is feeling the heat following international coverage of the protests and repression there

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12 January 2022

Tories concede under cladding pressure but don't go far enough

Tory Housing Minister Michael Gove's recent announcement that he will make the property developers pay for unsafe cladding is in part a response to the scandal that has engulfed the industry post-Grenfell

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6 January 2022

NHS Covid staff crisis

The number of NHS trusts which have declared critical incidents because of Covid staff shortages is into double figures and rising

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6 January 2022

Tory test shortage failure

There is a shortage of Covid tests. You may have failed to book a pack of seven rapid lateral flow tests (LFTs), and people are struggling to books slots at PCR test centres.

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6 January 2022

More fares misery for passengers - renationalise the railways

For many hard-pressed households this Christmas, news of a hefty 3.8% increase in regulated rail fares (the largest rise since 2013) will add to the prospect of a gloomy New Year.

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20 December 2021

Britain in 2022: Build a coordinated working-class fightback

The Tories' Shropshire North byelection disaster reflects a rising tide of fury at Boris Johnson's government. "One more strike and he's out", declared Tory MP Roger Gale in the wake of the vote.

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15 December 2021

Sudan: End military rule and poverty

Build a genuine revolutionary socialist party: Mass protests across Sudan have continued in response to the recent sell-out deal between Abdalla Hamdok - the deposed former civilian Prime Minister appointed by the overthrown Sovereignty Council government - and the military tops led by General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

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15 December 2021

Split Tories and spineless Starmer


It's a little like 'A Christmas Carol' meets 'Groundhog Day' - except with no jokes and no heartwarming resolution.
Last year, Johnson's unclear message on Covid measures was mocked as: 'Don't go to work, go to work, don't take public transport, go to work, don't go to work.'
This year it is 'Don't go to work, do go to Christmas parties'

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15 December 2021

Councils to make workers pay, again

Two-thirds of councils in England which responded to a BBC survey said they were considering a rise in council tax to help fund services

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15 December 2021

London solidarity protest: Rio Tinto out of Serbia

The Serbian diaspora in Britain protested in front of the London headquarters of mining multinational Rio Tinto on 11 December

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8 December 2021

Defying unjust laws - a rich history of struggle

The impending passing of the 'Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill' has raised a question among some activists that its list of restrictions on the right to protest will, in effect, mark the end of protest in the UK

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8 December 2021

Government social care plans: Where is the money?

Unions must demand the return to the public sector of all social care

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8 December 2021

Workers' politics needed to exploit Tory scandal and splits

63% of voters think that capitalist politicians 'are just in it for themselves' - the highest proportion since the MPs' expenses scandal in 2009

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8 December 2021

Covid news in brief

Javid tells gps to drop health checks for elderly: Facing up to the potential effects of the new Omicron Covid variant, and anxious to avoid introducing further lockdown measures, the government has declared its mission to deliver a booster vaccine.

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