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19 October 2016
Nationalise the drugs companies! The unrestrained profiteering of drugs companies means the NHS could start rejecting groundbreaking treatments for cancer and dementia as "unaffordable".
12 October 2016
Tory minister Sajid Javid is permitting Caudrilla to drill wells to frack for gas at Preston New Road, Little Plumpton
7 September 2016
Tech giant Apple will have to pay back £11 billion it avoided in tax. The Irish government had made a 'sweetheart deal' which the EU has now instructed it to overturn.
24 August 2016
Sick of getting into work feeling like a two-day-old used face wipe? Well soon you will have to pay an extra 1.9% for the privilege. Regulated rail fares will rise again next year in line with this year's 'RPI' inflation figures.
18 August 2016
"Corbyn is likely to be the first ever prime minister to have stood on a picket line" said former Derby North MP Chris Williamson
13 July 2016
George Osborne successfully pressured US prosecutors not to press criminal charges against London-based bank HSBC in 2012. A US Congress committee report on 11 July made the revelation
16 June 2016
A Brexit vote, and Cameron's subsequent resignation, would lift the confidence of many workers who would rightly feel they had landed a serious blow on the opposition. At the same time it would be a serious defeat for the capitalist class.
8 June 2016
Nothing quite exposes the rotten and intensely selfish and individualist nature of the capitalist system like the amount of wealth generated by the pharmaceutical industry
27 April 2016
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) challenge in the Welsh Assembly elections on 5 May has centred on the campaign to save Welsh steel. TUSC has campaigned for the immediate nationalisation of the industry, which is supported by a large majority.
27 April 2016
Department store BHS is going into administration. The news on 24 April will have shocked many, not least the 11,000 staff. The company should be nationalised, and run democratically by workers and consumers.
20 April 2016
If Tata can't find a buyer it will sack 15,000 workers. Three times as many support workers will also lose their jobs. Reports have surfaced that the company will set 28 May as the deadline date, meaning workers have just over a month to save their jobs and communities.
20 April 2016
The Treasury's former chief civil servant has attacked the call to nationalise Tata Steel. Meanwhile, it turns out that Tata has taken over £700 million in European Union carbon subsidies.
13 April 2016
Tata Steel's UK assets are officially up for sale. Vulture capitalists are eyeing up any profitable pickings while willing to throw workers on the dole
6 April 2016
March, strike, occupy: 15,000 steel jobs are on the line, but the call to nationalise Tata is growing louder and the political pressure on Cameron to act is building! On 2 April hundreds demonstrated in Port Talbot, organised by the NSSN
4 April 2016
Hundreds marched through Port Talbot on Saturday 2nd April in a protest called by the National Shop Stewards Network to demand the nationalisation of Tata Steel
1 April 2016
'Governments have bailed out banks - why not steelworkers?' Dave Nellist urges Jeremy Corbyn to call for Tata Steel nationalisation
31 March 2016
The jobs of 15,000 steelworkers directly employed by Tata are on the line. But when all those who depend on the plants are included, three times as many workers could be facing the dole. This is a national emergency that needs emergency measures.
30 March 2016
The NSSN has called a public rally this Saturday, 2nd April 2016 in Port Talbot, to launch a campaign for nationalisation.
27 January 2016
Search engine and advertising giant Google has agreed to pay £130 million in ten years of back taxes. This is a derisory sum considering Google recorded sales in Britain for 2014 alone of £4.5 billion.
27 January 2016
Skilled steelworkers, recently made redundant, could apparently face punishing benefit sanctions - for refusing to seek low-paid work which doesn't use their skills.
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