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5 October 2011
Socialist Students has had an excellent response at this year's freshers fairs. Fury is the most frequently displayed emotion whenever the government or bankers are mentioned
19 April 2011
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19 January 2011
Reports from Nottingham, Halifax, Truro, Cornwall and Leeds Notts: After a small rally in the Old Market Square, we marched to a rally outside the Vodafone store resulting in it closing for the rest of the working day, writes Stuart Lambert.
8 December 2010
As part of a national day of protests on unpaid tax, Nottinghamshire SOS (Save Our Services) organised a protest outside a Vodafone store before moving on to other stores to expose tax avoidance by companies, a Nottingham Socialist Party member writes.
1 December 2010
On 24 November 130,000 school, college and university students walked out in the biggest education action for 25 years...
1 December 2010
University of Nottingham students held a protest on 30th November against cuts in education and the proposed increase in tuition fees, writes Becci Heagney, Nottingham Socialist Party.
30 November 2010
Updated 1/12/10 Thousands of students marched again today, 30th November, to protest as tuition fees were to be debated in parliament...
25 November 2010
Last updated 29 Nov Throughout the day students across the country demonstrated, occupied and walked out against the government's attacks on further and higher education, many initiated by Youth Fight for Jobs and Socialist Students.
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22 November 2010
Around 1,200 protesters marched through Nottingham on Saturday to a rally in the town centre organised by Notts Save Our Services, writes Charlie Taylor, Nottingham Socialist Party.
3 November 2010
Up to 1,000 school support staff gathered recently in Nottingham's market square to protest against Nottingham City council's plans to move them onto term time contracts, writes Jean Thorpe, chair Nottingham City Unison, personal capacity.
27 October 2010
Goldsmiths University: The Comprehensive Spending Review on 20 October announced cuts that will be detrimental to the future of young people across the country...
20 October 2010
If the government manages to implement the announcements in the Comprehensive Spending Review it will mean the comprehensive destruction of the living standards of the majority of the population...
6 October 2010
Nottingham: SOCIALIST STUDENTS made a great impact on Nottingham Trent University's freshers' fair. In three hours, around 200 signatures were collected in support of our campaign against the government's planned...
1 September 2010
MENTAL HEALTH service users in Nottingham are involved in an inspiring campaign to keep Middle Street Resource centre in Beeston open, writes Pete Watson, Nottinghamshire Unison.
23 June 2010
This year's Times Rich List revealed that the combined wealth of the richest 1,000 people rose by £77.3 billion, writes Ruairķ Creaney, Nottingham Socialist Party.
17 June 2010
Last night BBC news ran a good feature on anti-cuts campaigning in Nottingham, which features a Nottingham Socialist Party public meeting, writes You can go directly to the feature which starts at 16.56 minutes, by clicking on this link.
28 April 2010
Nottingham City council has launched a huge attack on its workforce, hiding behind 'single status' to attack the conditions and pay of over 8,000 council workers, writes Jean Thorpe, Nottingham East Socialist Party.
1 April 2010
Nottingham: ON 27 March a conference in Nottingham, called by Nottingham Unity Committee, brought together delegates from several independent anti-racist and anti-fascist groups as well as trades union organisations from around the country, writes Steve Score.
24 March 2010
This conference has been called by Nottingham Unity committee, a group of anti-racist, anti-fascist trade unionists and community activists...
24 March 2010
COMMUNITY GROUPS across Nottingham have been expressing their anger at the impact of council budget cuts on services, particularly those for vulnerable adults, writes Jean Thorpe, Nottingham East Socialist Party.
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