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7 March 2018

Toys R Us, Maplin: worsening retail crisis claims more jobs

Trade unions must fight for public ownership: Big high street retailers Toys R Us and Maplin have gone under, with a number of other familiar names like Mothercare rumoured to follow

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7 February 2018

NHS - build the fightback

Tens of thousands in London and dozens or hundreds on each of more than 50 other events around the country boldly protested in defence of our NHS.

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24 January 2018

PCS executive agrees next steps in pay campaign

On 31 January PCS members from across the UK civil service will participate in pay day protests over public sector pay restraint which has seen a 20% cut in wages since 2010. These protests come on the back of our fantastic consultative ballot result.

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10 January 2018

Sustained mass movement needed to stop Tories wrecking our NHS

The winter NHS crisis has provoked fury from patients and health workers alike, with many taking to social media to share candid photos of the situation.

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13 December 2017

Labour 'purge' furore really just democracy

Labour's "moderates" are being forced out. "An atmosphere of intimidation" has been created. "Bullying campaigns" are being organised. These are just a few examples of the capitalist media's recent 'reporting'

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6 December 2017

Strikers rally in Liverpool

Workers on strike in three separate disputes held a joint rally in Liverpool city centre on Monday

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1 November 2017

Socialism 2017: ideas to change the world

A weekend of rallies and workshops. Come along to contribute, ask questions, or disagree!

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25 October 2017

Aslef members must reject poor Southern Rail offer

Despite Aslef's policy being against DOO, Southern management have talked the leadership into accepting trains running without them

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18 October 2017

Conference on state spies: who's watching who?

It is clear undercover surveillance of trade unionists and left activists has taken place - contrary to the myth that it couldn't happen in Britain.

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4 October 2017

The Tories must be driven out

"Why would anybody, let alone a normal person, want to become a member of the Conservative Party?"

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6 September 2017

Bristol's Labour mayor calls anti-austerity march - now stop making cuts!

The Labour mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, has called an 'anti-austerity march & rally' in conjunction with Bristol People's Assembly and Bristol Labour Party on Saturday 9 September

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31 August 2017

How to help the struggle to change the Labour Party

Rob Sewell's second article in answer to our reply to him on the question of the RMT union's position on affiliation to the Labour Party is simply lamentable, from a Marxist standpoint, writes Peter Taaffe

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29 August 2017

Reject Starmer's Single Market u-turn

"The Labour Party's announcement that it wants the UK to remain within all the EU's structures ... is the best news to come out of British politics in a long time", said a FT editorial.

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26 July 2017

Education cuts forced back

Campaigners at Stoke Newington school won a retreat

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25 July 2017

Court victory for PCS and all trade unions

A High Court ruling that stated it was "unlawful" for the government to exclude the PCS union from negotiations

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12 July 2017

The left unions and the Labour Party affiliation debate

Who controls the Labour Party remains unresolved. The pro-capitalist right wing uses the structures established under years of Blairism to preserve its position while plotting its next move

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5 July 2017

Public sector wages - Pay up!

Strike to smash the cap: A stark new report by the government's own advisors on public sector pay has shown that there was a 6% drop in average wages from 2005 to 2015

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5 July 2017

The Socialist inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors including Grenfell, Qatar, Corbyn and magic money trees.

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5 July 2017

Blairite EU rebellion: no to the bosses' Single Market

Corbyn had to sack three shadow ministers who voted to remain in the EU Single Market

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30 June 2017

Bin workers' anger boils over into strike action

Bin workers across Birmingham left work to begin the first in a series of strikes

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