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27 October 2021

Royal Mail workers stand against 'unachievable workloads'

Despite the promise of benefiting delivery workers' conditions, the rollout of the 'Pathway to Change Agreement' between Royal Mail and the Communication Workers Union (CWU) is proving to be the opposite

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20 October 2021

Tories to blame for GP crisis

The UK's Covid hospitalisation rate is currently six times higher than other large European countries

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20 October 2021

Hackney children's centres - more education cuts are devastating

After years of behind-the-scenes cuts, the Labour council in Hackney, east London, is now cutting education services to the bone

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13 October 2021

DVLA: Workers ballot on further strike action

PCS members at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) are balloting from 12 October to 10 November on whether to continue their campaign of industrial action over Covid safety.

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13 October 2021

News in brief

MPs list Covid failings: Workers' inquiry needed: A slow move into lockdown restrictions at the start of the pandemic, a decision to halt testing in March 2020, the disastrous privatised test-and-trace, and sending thousands of Covid-positive patients into care homes - all among the government's "big mistakes" in handling the Covid pandemic in E

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13 October 2021

Oaks Park pickets vote for more strikes to defeat bullies

Strikers at Oaks Park secondary school in Redbridge, east London, have told bosses they'll fight bullying till the bitter end.

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22 September 2021

TV Review - Help: Heart-wrenching portrayal of Covid care home crisis

'Help' is a heart-wrenching story of a care home in Liverpool for people with dementia. When the Covid-19 crisis hits the home, the main protagonist, Sarah, is faced with loss, pressure and difficult

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22 September 2021

Oaks Park strikers call eleven days' more action

The Oaks Park picket line on 15 September was as angry and determined as the day it began, when school workers said 'enough' to bullying management and the unjust letting go of National Education Union (NEU) rep Keiran Mahon

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22 September 2021

Life expectancy falls - a condemnation of capitalism

I often think when I hear that a member of the royal family has died at the ripe old age of 101 - 'didn't they have a good innings, they mustn't grumble!'

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22 September 2021

Tax fraud could be over 20 billion annually

The think tank Taxwatch estimates as much as 15.2 billion of UK tax lost in 2020 was from fraudulent activity - almost half of uncollected income.

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15 September 2021

Oaks Park school: Redbridge Labour council backs strike-breaking bullies

Illegal strike-breaking, a dossier of testimonials about management bullying, and victimisation of a union rep who fought for Covid safety

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15 September 2021

On the frontline, and still fighting for the NHS

I've been working in medical imaging for eight years now. Even before we were struck by a global pandemic, we were struggling to keep up with the number of patients needing imaging, and waiting lists

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8 September 2021

Union action needed to make schools Covid safe

Staff, school students, and their families understandably want the new academic year to be a return to 'normality'

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7 July 2021

Fund the measures needed to stop the Covid spread in schools

The increasing number of Covid cases among pupils, and the need for school 'bubbles' to isolate, means that over 370,000 pupils are in isolation and having to learn at home

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7 July 2021

Manchester death rate caused by deprivation

The Covid-19 death rate is 25% higher in Greater Manchester than in the rest of England. Average life expectancy has fallen by 1.6 years for men and 1.2 for women, an even bigger fall than the average

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7 July 2021

Oaks Park strikers rally

Staff at Oaks Park High School - a large community school in Redbridge, east London - who have been striking over the victimisation of a trade union rep, and against a wider culture of bullying, lobbied Redbridge Town Hall in Ilford on 5 July.

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7 July 2021

Striking Ealing parking attendants rally outside council

An Ealing parking attendants' strike rally on 30 June was lively and angry. The picket lines take place outside the council offices, in an effort to put pressure on the Labour council to intervene and

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1 July 2021

Preparing for struggle in post-Covid Britain

Far from an era of sustained economic upswing, social peace and a Tory ascendency opening up for post-Covid Britain, the prospects ahead are for heightened class conflict and turbulent political times.

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30 June 2021

Hopeless Hancock replaced

As soon as the prime minister announces his 'full confidence' in a government minister in a pickle, you know they're doomed.

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