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26 January 2022
Five years ago, I wrote for the Socialist explaining what it was like working in care, the limited time we had to get people washed, dressed, and to help them eat and drink.
19 January 2022
Nationalise private health and big pharma: Private hospitals are set to receive up to £525 million of public money in a deal negotiated by the Tory Health and Social Care Secretary.
12 January 2022
The energy price cap is expected to increase by over 50%
15 December 2021
Nationalise the pharmaceutical giants: This Dispatches programme reveals the enormous profits made by pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, the lack of vaccines sent to poorer countries, and how Pfizer money helps spread misleading claims about rivals.
1 December 2021
Britain's seventh-largest energy supplier, Bulb, has gone bust. It has been put into special administration amid the continuing disaster of the privatised energy sector. Bailed out by a government loan
15 September 2021
Socialist Party members and supporters of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) joined the RMT transport union's protest outside Waterloo station, London, against cuts to South West Rail services
16 June 2021
G7 vaccine promises fall short: G7 leaders have pledged to donate 1 billion doses of coronavirus vaccine to poorer countries by the end of 2022. Boris Johnson's Tory government, for its part, has pledged 100 million doses.
2 June 2021
On 28 January, not even a full month into 2021, over 500 GKN Automotive key workers based at the company's Erdington plant received the devastating news that their jobs and livelihoods are to be axed
26 May 2021
Nationalise the whole railway system!
14 April 2021
Global media company Forbes recently published its 'World's Billionaires List'. When compared with Unicef's prediction that 140 million children will fall below the poverty line as a result of the
31 March 2021
Liberty Steel, employing 5,000 workers, mainly located in Rotherham, has gone bust. The government has rejected a £170 million bailout demand from its tycoon boss Sanjeev Gupta.
24 February 2021
In a fit of pique, tech baron Mark Zuckerberg purged all news from Australian Facebook feeds. But while Australia's right-wing Liberal government poses as defender of the little guy, this is really a battle between competing media billionaires.
2 December 2020
Arcadia's insolvency is not simply another Covid-affected collapse. Its problems predate the pandemic. Likewise Debenhams.
14 November 2020
Once again the jobs of thousands of Tata UK steelworkers are threatened
23 September 2020
The intimate connections between organised crime, high finance and the capitalist state have been exposed
22 July 2020
Media reports that Tata Steel in Port Talbot is considering shutting down its two blast furnaces, and replacing them with 'greener' electric arc furnaces, which would require far less workers, have provoked anger and panic among the workforce, steel unions, and local politicians.
15 July 2020
The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee has expressed concern that parts of England could run out of water within 20 years
8 July 2020
The anarchy of free-market capitalism has been brutally exposed to millions through its inability to combat the Covid-19 pandemic in the richest countries on the planet.
24 June 2020
P&O Ferries wants to cut 734 jobs in Dover and 122 jobs in Hull after a severe downturn in demand
10 June 2020
As a warning of the coming recession we are now entering, Debenhams went into administration in April last year, with 22 stores closing, and all but 39 of the remaining stores having rent reductions
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