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26 November 2014
The housing crisis is hitting everyone in the face. The mainstream press, politicians and economists all feign concern. Not to mention the real concern of those of us actually affected by it!
1 October 2014
"These people need homes - these homes need people": Twenty nine unemployed single mothers face eviction for a second time by Newham Labour council. This time from the abandoned council block the mums have occupied
20 August 2014
Fleetwood: For the second time in eleven months, TUSC has polled a strong third position for Rossall ward of Fleetwood town council in Lancashire, winning 19% of the vote
4 June 2014
Almost half the people attending the East London Socialist Party's post-election meeting were not yet Socialist Party members, including four people at their first SP meeting
28 May 2014
The vote tally for the 560 local election and mayoral Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition no-cuts candidates in the 22 May elections is 68,031
3 March 2014
TUSC supporters were outside Labour's 1st March conference as the Collins Review was voted on inside
26 February 2014
Britain's richest MP, Tory Richard Benyon - 'worth' £110 million - has slammed benefits as "something for nothing". Yet who is living a life of luxury thanks to benefits? He is!
12 February 2014
Teachers at Avenue Primary School in Newham went on strike as the school has broken away from national pay agreements
13 November 2013
Socialist Party members in east London are celebrating a small but important victory over Labour-run Newham council's effective ban on public campaign stalls in the borough, writes Simon Carter.
18 September 2013
Recently, Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) held its biennial arms fair event at the Excel arena in Newham, east London
4 September 2013
Newham council has effectively banned community activists from publicly campaigning against punitive attacks
20 August 2013
Standing room only as over 100 people attend packed public meeting, called by Waltham Forest Unison Health branch, to defend Whipps Cross Hospital
5 June 2013
Newham council is currently housing 29 families outside the east London borough, including ten that have been shipped out to Birmingham, writes Helen Pattison, East London Socialist Party.
22 May 2013
Diary of a bedroom tax campaigner: Ian Pattison, Waltham Forest Socialist Party and Waltham Forest Anti-Cuts Union describes a week of campaigning against the bedroom tax
4 July 2012
Tax haven in the city: The 'event of the summer' will be treated just like the tax havens of Jersey or the Virgin Islands...
2 May 2012
Labour-run Newham council in east London decided recently to try to uproot 500 local families and dump them in Stoke, 160 miles away...
25 April 2012
160 miles from home: Poor people shipped across the country to make room for rich people. That's the situation emerging across London in the wake of cuts to housing benefit and in the build up to the Olympics.
25 April 2012
"The contrast between the government's lavish expenditure on the 2012 Olympics and Queen's Jubilee with the treatment of families being deported from Newham like refugees in their own country is sickening".
2 March 2011
Around 150 trade unionists and local residents demonstrated outside Newham town hall in east London on 28 February
15 December 2010
Manchester: North West Shop Stewards Network (NWSSN) supporters working and living in Manchester lobbied outside the Manchester city council meeting on Wednesday 8 December, and received a great response from council workers and passers-by...
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