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26 January 2016
The privatised adult care service in Haringey, north London, replaced the public service when the council cut it.
18 November 2015
The cat is out of the bag. As the Financial Times reported: "Chancellor George Osborne is considering a radical multibillion-pound plan to privatise the government's stake in housing associations".
25 February 2015
Councils across the country are setting budgets, again forcing through tens of millions - in some cases hundreds of millions - of pounds of cuts
9 January 2015
Three of our four day centres for adults with learning disabilities are due to close
26 November 2014
Crane drivers' wage lift: Crane drivers at HTC Plant have won a 14% pay increase following strike action on 7 November
19 November 2014
Hull: A year after determined Hull council trade unions stopped the worst attacks of a Labour-led council on it workforce, the council leadership is now preparing the way for a fresh onslaught
28 May 2014
The vote tally for the 560 local election and mayoral Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition no-cuts candidates in the 22 May elections is 68,031
29 May 2013
Sixty people attended the launch of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition's (TUSC) anti-cuts electoral challenge for next year's local elections in the London borough of Haringey, writes Paul Kershaw.
1 February 2012
On Saturday 28 January, up to 1,000 people in north London marched from Downhills primary school, Tottenham, to Haringey Civic Centre, Wood Green, writes Chris Holmes, Haringey Socialist Party.
25 January 2012
Primary school parents in Haringey, north London, are in the front line of the battle against the Con-Dems' destruction of our education, writes Paul Gerrard, National Union of Teachers.
18 January 2012
Six hundred parents, teachers, governors and other local residents were at a meeting at Downhills primary school in Haringey, north London, to build the campaign to stop the school from becoming a 'forced academy', writes a Haringey Socialist Party member.
11 January 2012
Six hundred parents, teachers, governors and other local residents were at a meeting at Downhills primary school in Haringey, London, to build the campaign to stop the school from becoming a 'forced academy'
28 September 2011
An interview with a young person in Tottenham on the 'Give Our Kids A Future' demonstration
16 August 2011
At the north London Unity demonstration on 13 August, YFJ and Socialist Party members called for jobs, EMA, and an end to Stop and Search
13 August 2011
Haringey Council papers from April reveal its children and young people's support, education and employment services budgets were slashed by 75% this financial year in a bid to save £14.1 million
8 August 2011
Mark Duggan’s death in Tottenham is the latest shocking death at the hands of the police, mostly of young black men. But the highly combustible material that led to the riots was also crippling poverty, frustrated ambitions and alienation
29 June 2011
On Saturday 25 June a march of 250 people, organised by Haringey Alliance for Public Services, showed opposition to the cuts, writes Haringey & Enfield Socialist Party.
22 June 2011
At a trades council and University and College Union (UCU) meeting in Haringey, north London, attended by around 30 people, Labour MP David Lammy was billed as one of the speakers
1 June 2011
Sharon Shoesmith, former Director of Children's Services in Haringey, north London, was removed by Ed Balls when he was children's minister after the Baby P scandal...
3 March 2011
Reports from around the UK: Thousands of people demonstrated against cuts last week, as shown in these reports in this week's issue of the Socialist from Hull, Camden, Lambeth, Haringey, Lewisham, Birmingham, Swansea and Bradford
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