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31 May 2017

Shortened GMB conference to hear pro-Corbyn and anti-austerity motions

There are a number of fairly militant motions, some of which contain demands overlapping with Socialist Party policies

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31 May 2017

After 8 June: build the socialist fightback

Whatever the result of the general election, politics has been shaken up. But after the election the fight goes on!

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31 May 2017

Electric atmosphere at Corbyn rally

Over 1,200 people packed into the Old Fruitmarket

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31 May 2017

Fighting Tory cuts to the schools budget

Education workers, parents and students are uniting in protest

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31 May 2017

Mobilise for a mass movement after 8 June

The closing of the opinion polls has confounded all wings of the capitalist establishment. Labour's Blairites are part of this 'coalition' and they are just as terrified of the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn being declared prime minister.

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31 May 2017

How can Corbyn's programme be implemented?

Theresa May-hem attacks Jeremy Corbyn for his "nonsensical economic... mismanagement." Yet Tory work and pensions secretary Damian Green admitted: "Our manifesto is not un-costed, we just haven't costed it yet"!

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31 May 2017

PCS conference: Confident delegates back fighting strategy

PCS will do all it can to work for a Corbyn-led government

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25 May 2017

Britain's election and the coming battle for Labour

The only certain outcome of the general election is that none of the contradictions besetting the political and social relations that sustain British capitalism will be resolved by the result

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24 May 2017

Newcastle: fresh faces and the fight in Labour

A striking Durham TA spoke at a meeting including several new people interested in the Socialist Party's ideas

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24 May 2017

Blairite warmonger misses chance to fight on Corbyn's popular policies

Walthamstow's Blairite MP, Stella Creasy, was reluctant to promote Corbyn's recently released anti-austerity manifesto

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24 May 2017

Socialist Students call on chicken May to debate Corbyn

Socialist Students called out the Tories and Theresa May for being chickens with a protest outside Conservative Central HQ in London on 17 May

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24 May 2017

Things are changing: 20,000 sing for Corbyn at Wirral rock festival!

About 6,000 people descended on West Kirby, on the Wirral, to hear Jeremy Corbyn on 20 May - then 20,000 chanted his name after he spoke ahead of The Libertines at a music festival

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24 May 2017

Wave after wave: 5,000 at 'rock festival' Corbyn rally in Hull

They'd been queueing at the gates from 4pm, two hours early. They just kept coming. Wave after wave

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24 May 2017

Theresa 'Lunch Snatcher' May vs Jeremy 'free meals' Corbyn

Under plans unveiled in the Tories' manifesto, free lunches for infant school students will be scrapped

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24 May 2017

Corbyn in - Tories out

While Jeremy Corbyn has been speaking to thousands of ordinary people at mass rallies across the country, 'strong and stable' Theresa May has been running scared

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24 May 2017

Corbyn and Brexit: Why a socialist approach to the EU is needed

As the general election draws nearer and people become more aware of what Jeremy Corbyn stands for, the gap between Tories and Labour in the polls has started to close

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24 May 2017

May's 'dementia tax' wobble vs Corbyn's extra funds

The Tories' so-called dementia tax pledge and threats to winter fuel payments seem stupid measures to propose on the eve of a general election

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23 May 2017

Manchester bombing: Unite against terror, war and racism

Young people out enjoying themselves were instead faced with one of the worst kinds of horror imaginable when a bomb was exploded in the foyer of the 21,000-capacity Manchester Arena

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17 May 2017

Apology from Radio 4's PM programme

On 9th May, Radio 4's PM programme made a rare reference to the Socialist Party. Unfortunately it was completely untrue

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17 May 2017

One in three borrow for rent, Corbyn pledges housing revolution

One in three people have borrowed money just to pay the rent - some from family and friends; others with interest and fee-charging overdrafts, credit cards and payday loans.

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