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18 November 2020

Croydon Council declares bankruptcy - no cuts in Croydon or any other council

With a 66 million gap between income and expenditure, Labour-controlled Croydon Council is effectively bankrupt - politically and financially

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11 November 2020

Southampton trade unionists demand: "We won't pay for Covid"

Southampton Trades Council held a protest rally on Saturday 7 November, which in the circumstances of lockdown was small, but with a bold, positive spirit.

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11 November 2020

Tory U-turn: Furlough extended - not enough to save jobs

Boris Johnson's recent U-turn, to extend furlough, will give a glimmer of hope to some workers, but will come too late for many already dumped by their employers.

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4 November 2020

Our lives, our jobs - not safe in Tory hands

The Tories did a massive U-turn, but are too split and rotten to make it effective in protecting our health and livelihoods.

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4 November 2020

Why the Socialist Party is backing Hugo Pierre for Unison general secretary

On the 28 October, 1.4 million ballot papers will go out to Unison public sector union members to decide who should be the new general secretary and lead the union.

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4 November 2020

Furloughed worker speaks out: Let down by insecure contracts

I was working when lockdown was announced. We turned up the volume on the telly, put the subtitles on and everyone went quiet.

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4 November 2020

Optare strikers escalate their action

At a meeting held on the picket line on 30 October, workers at bus manufacturer Optare in Sherburn in Elmet, Leeds voted to escalate their ongoing strike action in their long-running pay dispute from two days a week, to four days a week, starting from 16 November.

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29 October 2020

We won't pay with our futures

Over 80 students and young workers attended a Socialist Students and Young Socialists online rally

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29 October 2020

Tree-cutting council must admit it was wrong

Thousands of trees were felled under the privatised Streets Ahead programme

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28 October 2020

Why I am backing Hugo Pierre for Unison general secretary

It was two years ago that Northamptonshire Tory council invoked a Section 114 notice. Under this measure, it indicated it could only afford to spend money on essential services - in other words, it had run out of money and was, in effect, declaring itself bankrupt.

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28 October 2020

We need union action, not platitudes!

There's a shortfall of over 1 billion in funding for the NHS in England, say officials

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28 October 2020

One rule for them, and another for us

A Tory election agent Diana Dianescu, has been found guilty of 16 offenses of deliberately misleading voters

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28 October 2020

Tories' school meals outrage

The coronavirus crisis is raging on. Thousands of children are suffering. And Boris Johnson and Co repulsively chose to snub the meals campaign led by Marcus Rashford.

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28 October 2020

Waltham Forest Save Our Square:

Mass outside meeting draws up battle plan: A breath of fresh air. After being huddled over a computer in endless Zoom discussions for nine months, it was great to be outside again in the town square, doing what the Socialist Party has been doing

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28 October 2020

Bristol jobs protest: We want 100% pay

Bristol and Gloucester Unite Community held a rally for jobs in the centre of Bristol to protest against mass unemployment on 24 October

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28 October 2020

Don't let Tories starve our kids

Big business got billions - Fight for what we need:

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28 October 2020

Why I am backing Hugo Pierre for Unison general secretary

'Members need a leader who will back them and fight alongside them.'

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21 October 2020

NHS workers

For a 15% pay rise - For a fully funded NHS: Failed by a Covid testing catastrophe. Left to face the pandemic in underfunded, understaffed hospitals. NHS staff have been handed a real-terms pay cut

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21 October 2020

Health before profit - Work or full pay

Fear about catching coronavirus, being thrown out of work, being forced to stay at home without enough money ... Yet again it's working-class people who are paying the price.

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21 October 2020

The Socialist Inbox

Criminal Police: Just 35 Labour MPs opposed the 'Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS) bill' - legalising normally illegal activity by police informants

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