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12 May 2021

Bobby Sands - Nothing but an Unfinished Song

Forty years ago in May, Bobby Sands, provisional IRA prisoner and an MP, died on hunger strike in the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland

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5 May 2021

St Mungo's strikers fight on

St Mungo's strikers had a warm welcome when they addressed the Hackney May Day march on 1 May. Jackie and Vicko spoke at the start of the march. The property services workers have been on continuous strike

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5 May 2021

Beal High School strike against sick policy resumes

Beal High School workers have walked out for a further five days against a punitive, two-tier sick pay policy

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5 May 2021

Defend the right to protest - to resist bosses' attacks

Bosses' fire and rehire, an end to the eviction ban, a public sector pay freeze, hiking council tax, the impending end of furlough: attacks on young people and workers are raining down

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5 May 2021

Covid, capitalism and mental health

Covid poses the "greatest threat to mental health since the second world war", according to the president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists

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4 May 2021

TUSC eve of poll national public zoom meeting

Fight back with TUSC against Covid austerity at the ballot box - you can't trust the Tories or Starmer's New Labour!

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28 April 2021

St Mungo's workers walkout

St Mungo's maintenance workers in London are on indefinite strike against victimisation and bullying

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28 April 2021

India's health system in meltdown under Modi's misrule

Covid pandemic: An unmitigated public health disaster is gripping India. The daily number of people infected with Covid-19 has exceeded 350,000 for a week - the highest of any country since the pandemic began. Health

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21 April 2021

Don't trust the Labour right's empty promises

Vote TUSC for a strategy and programme to defeat Covid austerity: What would you put on your election leaflet if you were a candidate for the Tories or Starmer's Labour

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21 April 2021

Long Covid: Fight for jobs, benefits and services

Illness and disability lasting more than three months after Covid affects almost 700,000 people in Britain

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21 April 2021

Covid and precarious workers - union organisation vital

The Trades Union Congress confederation has produced hard facts showing what the Socialist has long argued: namely, that workers on zero-hour contracts and in other precarious jobs are twice as likely to have died from Covid-19 compared to other, more secure, occupations.

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14 April 2021

Covid inquiry? Workers must decide

Put Tories and capitalism in the dock: Boris Johnson has presided over a coronavirus catastrophe that has left over 127,000 people dead

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14 April 2021

'Covid passports' discriminatory and questionable - fight for workplace safety

The government hasn't yet clarified how 'passports' would work, but the dangers are apparent.

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7 April 2021

London: #BuhariMustGo protests are back

'Hypocrisy' was probably the most used word on the recent #BuhariMustGo protests in London.

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7 April 2021

Low-paid workers shouldn't pay for Covid crisis

On 1 April the minimum wage was increased from 8.71 to 8.91 an hour for those aged 23 and over. For low-paid workers this was welcome news. However, for myself and fellow furloughed workers this wasn't

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7 April 2021

Academy schools have become business ventures

The process of selecting a secondary school for your child can be an agonising one for many parents. In 2005 I viewed about a dozen and chose Pimlico. The headteacher seemed a nice guy and the leadership

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7 April 2021

Marley Tiles workers strike against bullying bosses

"The highest-paid bullies in the world", was the view of a striker at Marley Tiles near Reading taking part in a 24-hour strike on 31 March.

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Defending the right to protest

24 March 2021

Protesting is not a crime

More cuts are coming - maybe to a local A&E, to street lighting, bus routes disappearing - and greater destitution.
The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill means the more effective your protest, the more you face the threat of fines or even jail.

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