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24 November 2021
In the first of an occasional series on the history of working-class struggle in Britain, Scott Jones looks at the world's first working-class mass movement, the Chartists.
17 November 2021
Unite members voted to accept a deal
27 October 2021
Over 200 bus drivers have completed their sixth day of strike action
22 September 2021
South Wales thought the days of mining tragedies were in the past. The death toll during almost two centuries of mining is over 6,000, even more when Aberfan is included. Ten years ago, in September 2011,
14 April 2021
The Wales TUSC election campaign got off to a cracking start
14 April 2021
Lessons from history: "Realising only by the abolition of this hideous capitalist system can the horror of unemployment be removed from our midst, I here and now take upon myself a binding oath, to never cease from active strife against this system until capitalism is abolished and our country and its resources truly be
24 February 2021
For the second time in just over a month, a young man has died at the hands of south Wales police.
7 October 2020
Siyanda Mngaza is currently serving a four-and-a-half-year prison sentence for defending herself against a racially motivated hate crime.
2 September 2020
I just collected the latest membership subs payment off Vi John from Maesteg, south Wales. £447 raised in four months during lockdown.
5 August 2020
Over 400 GE Aircraft Engine Services workers and supporters marched through Caerphilly
22 July 2020
World War One - the result of capitalist nations' rivalry - led to the slaughter, on an industrial scale, of the working classes internationally
24 June 2020
A 24-hour A&E department is to be retained at Royal Glamorgan Hospital
12 February 2020
The working class of Rhondda Cynon Taff will be on the march on Saturday 15 February to stop the closure or partial closure of their A&E department in Royal Glamorgan Hospital. Hundreds have attended meetings and lobbies across the area.
29 January 2020
Health board bosses have announced the closure of the A&E at Royal Glamorgan hospital in Wales. It serves the people of Rhondda Cynon Taff (RCT)
23 October 2019
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) has published its report on the death of Beth Roper, who died in an accident on a train near Bristol last December.
16 October 2019
On 12 October steelworkers from all over Britain joined hundreds of Orb workers and their families on an impressive march through Newport, South Wales, to demand that the Tata Orb steelworks in the city is saved.
9 October 2019
"That was challenging and uncomfortable" - the Cardiff and Vale Health Board chief executive's closing remark at a public engagement meeting on NHS cuts in Barry, South Wales.
11 September 2019
4 September 2019
In the second of our series of articles exploring Brexit and the 'national question' Dave Reid secretary of the Socialist Party in Wales examines the situation there.
17 July 2019
The terrible conditions faced by patients and staff at the A&E at the University Hospital of Wales, the biggest in Wales, have been exposed
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