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14 March 2018
Swansea's Labour-controlled council has passed a £28 million cuts budget for 2018-19, as well as voting through projected cuts of a further £70 million over the next three years.
17 January 2018
There are many council budget-setting meetings during January and February that are slashing millions more pounds off vital services - and many of these councils are run by Labour
18 October 2017
Theatre: We're Still Here: Under the threat of closure, the steel workers - but not the pensioners - were forced to vote for one of two options, either of which meant a cut in pensions. 'We're Still Here' dramatises the effect of this threat on the workers.
18 October 2017
Socialist Students from across south Wales gathered in Swansea to protest the visit of former American presidential candidate Hillary Clinton
9 August 2017
Colin John, a new member and retired trade union convenor, turns up regularly on our Saturday campaign stall in Swansea despite his mobility problems
14 June 2017
Readers of the Socialist respond to the election results
6 May 2017
Labour held on in the cities but lost some seats in the valleys, not to the Tories, but to independent councillors. The Tories only won new seats in their traditional seats in Wales
19 April 2017
Swansea TUSC activists are spreading their anti-austerity message
8 March 2017
Ford workers' warnings of a rundown of the Bridgend plant have unfortunately proved correct. Ford has leaked documents indicating the rundown of the plant over the next four years. The document projects the loss of 1,160 workers.
22 February 2017
Reports of further nation-wide protests against Donald Trump on 20 February, the day Parliament debated his visit and Day X walkout plans.
25 January 2017
Hospital Sterilisation and Disinfection Unit workers at ABMU Health Board have taken strike action
23 January 2017
Bernard, a member of the Socialist Party and trade union activist, has sadly passed away after a long illness
11 January 2017
A letter published in the South Wales Evening Post about Swansea Council's public budget consultation process.
11 January 2017
Socialist Party members and branches raised a record-breaking £140,535 in 2016. This is £17,000 more than we raised in 2015 (which was itself a record year) and the most we have raised in a year since the early 1990s.
12 October 2016
The Socialist Party sold the Socialist and leafleted outside a Momentum (or Welsh Labour Grassroots as they're known in Wales) meeting in Swansea Council chambers on 8 October.
5 October 2016
Campaigning in the new term at colleges and universities has generated renewed interest
22 September 2016
After years of crippling Tory austerity, students face being worse off than previous generations
13 July 2016
Prison officers in England and Wales staged unofficial walkouts on 8 July
1 June 2016
Socialist Party members, striking workers and real life helped spoil the love-in between the leadership of the trade union movement in Wales and the Welsh Government that the general council had planned for Wales TUC on 24-26 May.
11 May 2016
It is becoming increasingly clear from the different bids to take over all or part of Tata Steel's UK operations, that none of the potential buyers will take on the £15 billion pension scheme. This includes Excalibur who are proposing 1,000 extra job cuts.
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