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11 November 2015

Southampton council: cutters or Corbynistas?

Southampton council meets on 18 November in the next round of council budget consultations. Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) supporters will be lobbying the council to defend jobs and services and back Jeremy Corbyn's call to stop cuts.

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11 November 2015

Unions should keep independence to lead fight to defend Corbyn

The civil war in Labour took a further step into the open when Labour's shadow defence spokesperson supported an outrageous attack on Jeremy Corbyn by a top general.

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4 November 2015

Where did the unions' money go?

Labour Party elections: Over 440,000 was donated by trade unions to candidates in this summer's internal Labour Party elections, according to the official figures published by the Electoral Commission.

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29 October 2015

TUSC councillor calls for local Labour to back Corbyn's anti-cuts stance

Warrington TUSC councillor Kevin Bennett has called on the town's Labour-controlled council to back Jeremy Corbyn's anti-austerity stance and vote against new cuts to council services.

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21 October 2015

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Unison Scotland calls for no-cuts budgets, London DLR cleaners dispute, Arriva Wales train strikes, Alfreton Grange Arts College walkout.

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21 October 2015

Labour MP refuses to back strike

Jim Fitzpatrick, MP for Limehouse and Poplar, refused to back striking cleaners. His reason? In 1968, some dockers walked out against the sacking of racist Tory minister Enoch Powell.

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21 October 2015

Organising to defend Corbyn's anti-cuts mandate

Around the country campaigns are establishing networks to defend Jeremy Corbyn's anti-austerity politics. Socialist Party members are enthusiastically taking part.

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20 October 2015

TUSC Cllr Bennett calls for needs-based budgets

Warrington TUSC councillor Kevin Bennett has written an open letter to all Labour members of Warrington Borough Council asking whether they support Jeremy Corbyn's call for councils to stand together and refuse to implement government cuts

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14 October 2015

TUSC groups writing to Labour councillors

Several councillors have responded positively about starting a discussion, though many express concerns about the practicalities of setting no-cuts budgets.

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Bob Crow at TUSC event

14 October 2015

Should trade unions be re-affiliating to the Labour Party?

In light of Jeremy Corbyn's victory, is the issue of non-affiliated unions affiliating to Labour now on the agenda?

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7 October 2015

The housing crisis - a crisis of the profit system

The ever-dwindling numbers of affordable homes to buy or rent is behind the deepening housing crisis in the UK.

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7 October 2015

Cuts to school crossing supervision in Derbyshire

Labour-controlled Derbyshire County Council has failed its first post-Corbyn test. Despite the council leader publicly declaring her support for Corbyn, the council voted to back its decision to decimate its school crossing patrol service, part of a 157 million cuts onslaught.

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7 October 2015

Leeds to get 'ethical' letting agency

The council intends to create a service for "property owners who have only one property". While this would be a step forward, it is quite a limited letting service.

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7 October 2015

RMT president election: back Sean Hoyle

In this year's election, Portsmouth RMT member and TUSC supporter Sean Hoyle has emerged as the strongest left candidate, receiving 37 branch nominations, making him best placed to continue building a fighting, democratic, socialist trade union.

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7 October 2015

No wage cuts! Fund equal pay in Derby

After years of failing to pay women equally, Derby City Labour council's pay review will see many women and some male council workers lose thousands of pounds from their annual pay.

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30 September 2015

How can we bring down the Tories?

On 4 October thousands will throng through the streets of Manchester to demonstrate against a vicious government of the rich. As the popularity of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership campaign has shown, big numbers of people want an alternative to austerity.

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28 September 2015

TUSC: Central in the battle for a working class anti-austerity voice

With serious and fraternal debate, the TUSC conference on 26th September firmly asserted that TUSC has a vital role to play in the new political situation opened up by Corbyn's win

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23 September 2015

North Kent TUSC meeting

Around 60 people attended a TUSC rally in Chatham, hot on the heels of Jeremy Corbyn's victory.

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23 September 2015

EU referendum: what attitude should socialists take?

The EU is, in essence, an agreement between the different national capitalist classes of Europe, with the aim of creating a large arena for big business across Europe to conduct their hunt for profits with as few barriers as possible.

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16 September 2015

Corbyn's victory: A new era for the 99%

The pro-austerity consensus has been smashed with Jeremy Corbyn's election as Labour's leader with 59.5% of the vote. The hopes have been raised of millions who want to see a society for the 99% not the 1%.

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