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Part of the protest to save Hengrove Play Park on 7 December 2013, photo Matt Carey

9 December 2013

Bristol: Parents and children protest to save play park

150 people marched around the park, including many children. Over 10,000 signed up to the Facebook campaign

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A young service user on the 2 December 2013

4 December 2013

Kent: Unions and parents unite against all the cuts

Sixty people gathered outside County Hall in Maidstone on Monday 2 December, in protest against cuts to children's centres across Kent, writes Dave Semple.

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27 November 2013

Workplace news in brief

One Housing success: After a long dispute involving eleven days of strike action members at One Housing Group have voted to accept a significantly improved management offer, writes Paul Kershaw.

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23 October 2013

Hypocritical Hunt blames families for care scandal

Tories' real goal is yet more welfare spending cuts: A report that one million elderly people in the UK feel neglected and lonely is a "scandal".

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Members of the teachers' union NUT on the 26 March TUC demonstration, photo Suzanne Beishon

Members of the teachers' union NUT on the 26 March TUC demonstration, photo Suzanne Beishon

16 October 2013

Why are our schools in crisis?

Headlines about the recent education report from the OECD blared that a quarter of adults in England have maths skills no better than those of a ten year old

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15 October 2013

Protesting against Children's Centre cuts in Somerset

Around 40 to 50 parents and children attended a protest outside a Bath and North East Somerset council meeting

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2 October 2013

The fight against academies in Leicester

Rushey Mead School is a large secondary school in Leicester. It has been an 'outstanding' school for years and has strong links to the local community, writes Simon Robinson, Leicester NUT, personal capacity.

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5 September 2013

Uplands junior school strikes again

Support staff at an inner city school took strike action on 4 September against plans to halve the number of teaching assistants

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11 June 2013

NUT members strike to defend teaching assistant posts

'Things are getting serious' a NUT member told me on the picket line at Uplands Junior School. (Updates added on 13 & 18 June)

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21 May 2013

Teachers strike to defend education and assistants' jobs

In a marvelous show of solidarity, teachers at a Leicester school have taken strike action to defend children's education and the jobs of teaching assistants

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23 January 2013

East London school rejects 'academisation'

Parents, governors and teachers have all proclaimed a definite "No" to converting their school, Thomas Gamuel Primary in Walthamstow, East London, to an academy, writes Linda Taaffe

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16 January 2013

Reject the wedge between generations

'The old are money-grabbers who want something for nothing and fuss when they don't get it.' ... 'The young won't do a fair day's work and laze around causing trouble.'

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19 December 2012

Save Sheffield Early Years centres

Over 250 protested outside Sheffield Town Hall to save children's centres and nurseries

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5 December 2012

Victory for teachers' strike

After revelations that the academies programme has run up a 1 billion overspend, which other schools are now being asked to pay for, anger against the government's flagship education policy is growing...

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28 November 2012

Stratford Academy: Parents and teachers united against bullying management

After striking for nine days over three weeks, Stratford Academy teachers suspended their action. NB: Press release appended on 29.11.12

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21 November 2012

Stratford: parents support teachers' action

"I don't know what democracy is", was the flippant reply by a deputy head at Stratford Academy when parent Niall Mulholland asked why senior management had refused to meet parents

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10 October 2012

Waltham Forest: Parents and staff unite against school sell-off

Waltham Forest, in north east London, could have 16 'academy' schools, by the end of the year. Academies take away money from the remaining local authority schools, are outside local authority accountability,...

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Various Pets Alive and Dead, by Marina Lewycka, published by Fig Tree

4 July 2012

Various Pets Alive and Dead

Book review: This book, by the author of "Two Caravans", tells two parallel stories about a 1970s hippy commune and the adventures of two of its children in the 21st century. Derek Macmillan reviews Various Pets Alive and Dead by Marina Lewycka.

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Female unemployment has been rising fast and a lack of affordable childcare rules out many low paid jobs. Photo Paul Mattsson

Photo Paul Mattsson

23 May 2012

Back to work? How the system fails the unemployed

The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show a slight fall in unemployment. But behind that headline are trends that indicate the impact of the Con-Dems' cuts.

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23 May 2012

Our education under attack

'They refuse to help kids who need extra support': Angry parents of children with special educational needs (SEN) met in New Cross, south London recently to start forming a campaign group

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