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13 October 2021

Place Unite at the head of the anti-Tory movement

Unite policy conference 2021: It is 40 months since Unite's last policy conference in July 2018 and, in that time, the world has been shaken about

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13 October 2021

Cynical Johnson government no friend of workers

In September the Tories briefly dipped below Labour in polls, as workers face pay restraint, soaring prices, tax hikes and shortages

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13 October 2021

March to save Stratford arts jobs from Newham Labour attacks

The campaign to save arts jobs in Stratford, east London, has called a second protest after the council reneged on promises yet again.

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13 October 2021

The 'winter of discontent' - When workers could take no more

A combination of the rising cost of living, low pay, tax increases, and fuel and food shortages has led some commentators in the establishment media to talk about the possibility of a new 'winter of discontent'

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6 October 2021

Bakers' union disaffiliates from Labour

Now step up the fight for a new workers' politics

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6 October 2021

We have the right to breathe fresh air

Around 300 demonstrators gathered in Edmonton on Saturday to demand that the plans to build a new incinerator in the local area should be stopped

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6 October 2021

Nottingham: Punish Labour for cruel cuts

Vote TUSC in Sherwood and St Ann's on 7 October: The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) is standing in two council by-elections in Nottingham

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6 October 2021

Caffeine and capitalism - a symbiotic relationship

'This is your mind on plants' by Michael Pollan - published by Allen Lane: Is the molecule C8H10N4O2 - that's caffeine to you and me - responsible for the slave trade, colonial wars, imperialism, increased labour productivity, and even the development of capitalism?

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28 September 2021

Starmer consolidates post-Corbyn Blairite transformation of Labour

Mandelson once said New Labour was "intensely relaxed about people getting filthy rich". He is now intensely happy about this year's Labour conference.

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Socialism Today issue 242

24 September 2021

New openings for militant trade unionism

The victory of Sharon Graham as general secretary of Unite has struck the labour movement as a thunderbolt. This can be a pivotal moment.

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22 September 2021

Workers' politics won't come from Labour

In addressing TUC Congress, Sir Keir Starmer claimed that "Labour will always stand with the unions", standing "shoulder to shoulder" with them over vicious attacks such as 'fire and rehire'. But the reality is very different.

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Occupy popularised the terms

22 September 2021

10 years since Occupy

In October 2011, unemployment hit its highest level for 17 years, with youth unemployment heading for 1 million

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22 September 2021

Corbyn had a social care plan

An edited version of the following letter, sent by Socialist Party executive committee member and Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition National Agent Clive Heemskerk, was published in The Guardian.

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22 September 2021

Interview: Bakers' union to vote on Labour disaffiliation

Earlier in the year, members of the Bakers' union (BFAWU) responded to a survey in favour of disaffiliating from the Labour Party

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15 September 2021

We need a new political party for workers and youth

Boris Johnson's lies about 'leveling up' working-class communities are being destroyed as the austerity is stepped up. Higher national insurance, Universal Credit cuts and a freeze on the income tax allowance will take 1,040 a year away from the average supermarket worker.

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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

Putting socialism on the map in Chichester

A new Socialist Party group has started in Chichester, which is, as anyone who knows the city would understand, a challenge to say the least

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15 September 2021

Goodlord dispute: Labour's leadership weasled out of backing strike action

In April this year, Scott Hunter, a member of the Socialist Party and a striker at Goodlord, in east London, wrote to his local Labour MP, Emily Thornberry, asking for support for the workers fighting against 'fire and rehire'

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8 September 2021

Equity protest to save arts centre forces talks from Newham Council

Equity's protest to save theatre jobs at Stratford Circus arts centre was a big success. Around 50 joined a determined and positive rally on Saturday 28 August in Newham's historic Theatre Square.

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Socialism Today issue 251

1 September 2021

Starmer's New Blairism consolidates

Within days of telling the Financial Times how "very proud" he was of the New Labour governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown from 1997 to 2010, the Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer made it clear that his left-wing predecessor Jeremy Corbyn would remain suspended from the Parliamentary Labour Party

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