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9 July 2019
Teachers and support staff at the Martin's Gate ACE Multi Academy Trust went on strike on 2 July
3 July 2019
London bus drivers have had enough! In a consultative ballot of Unite the Union members at Arriva, drivers voted overwhelmingly for industrial action.
19 June 2019
Communication Workers Union (CWU) members at courier company Parcelforce set up a picket line on 12 June outside their Swansea depot, writes Alec Thraves, Swansea Socialist Party and vice president, Swansea Trade Union Council.
5 June 2019
Particularly powerful were the children who spoke and demanded a decent education for them and their siblings.
22 May 2019
It is a measure of a society's progress as to how it treats its most vulnerable members. Applying that measure to special educational needs funding - we are heading back to the Stone Age.
15 May 2019
It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us.
1 May 2019
Several recent tragic deaths of teenagers in 'knife crime' incidents have raised concerns about the level of violence affecting young people in England and Wales.
17 April 2019
A new Ofsted report shows that educational support for vulnerable children is failing. The report outlines how thousands of children are being taught in alternative provision, often in very poor conditions with no qualified teachers.
10 April 2019
A meeting was instigated because of threatened redundancies at Henry Maynard School
3 April 2019
In the UK, 2.9 million children from working families are now living in poverty, reports the Department for Work and Pensions. And more than a third of babies are living below the poverty line, according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
28 March 2019
Teachers at Bradfield school in Sheffield are defending jobs and education
27 March 2019
NSK strikers at the company's Newark factory, which makes super-precision machine bearings, returned to work on 26 March after three weeks on strike
13 March 2019
One hundred years ago, Alice Wheeldon, from Derby in the east Midlands, died in the great influenza epidemic, aged 53. The events of Alice's life were not only important then, but are still relevant today. Alice's story ranks among the most shocking (and political) miscarriages of justice.
27 February 2019
The company "needs to realise that it will be easier to replace the small management 'regime' than it will be to replace the entire workforce"
23 January 2019
A socialist justice system would have rehabilitation and protection, not profit, as its goal
5 December 2018
The Socialist Party stands with Jamal and his family in solidarity against racist bullying. We repeat our calls on the local unions to fight education and youth service cuts.
21 November 2018
A three-day wildcat strike by 45 postal workers in the Communication Workers Union (CWU) has taken place at Hamilton delivery office in Lanarkshire against management bullying.
16 November 2018
7 November 2018
Private companies are making millions treating NHS patients in psychiatric hospitals that often fail to provide decent and safe care.
31 October 2018
Billionaire boss Philip Green has spent millions of pounds attempting to hide multiple allegations of sexual harassment, bullying and racism towards his employees.
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