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9 July 2019
Around 300 Unison members at Bradford Royal Infirmary are on strike for a week against the transfer of estates and facilities staff to a 'wholly-owned' subsidiary
27 March 2019
University and College Union members at Bradford College were out in force, during the latest round of action over pay at a number of colleges across England
20 March 2019
Increasing numbers of schools are having to provide clothing, laundry facilities and food parcels to their students due to a decade of austerity leaving many vulnerable children in poverty.
13 February 2019
Glasgow strike victory; Bradford bus victory; union action in Hackney; oil tanker strike; Irish nurses strike; home care doorstepping; Woolwich ferry walkout
6 February 2019
Reports of college strikes around the country for better pay.
5 December 2018
Bradford College was one of six colleges where workers took strike action for decent pay on 28-29 November
7 November 2018
"Today is the day we say enough. Together we can't be defeated," said workers at a strike rally on the first day of a four-day walkout by Unison union members at Bradford University.
21 February 2018
Socialist Party members joined a protest in Bradford in response to £13 million of cuts to prevention and early help child services
3 January 2018
Demonstrators gathered ahead of Bradford council's monthly meeting to protest proposals in the consultation of an 'early help service', part of the children's services directorate of the council.
13 December 2017
A good start was made to the campaign to save council-run children's services in Bradford at a public meeting on 5 December, with representation from service users, trade unionists and community campaigners
6 September 2017
"Get out of our town and take your racism with you," was one of the messages hurled by shoppers at the small contingent of English Defence League (EDL) members trying to stage a demonstration in Keighley, Yorkshire
17 May 2017
Letters to the Socialist's editors including property fat cats, a foodbank poem, election mail and an Aire Valley incinerator.
29 March 2017
If this site is built we can expect a 180-foot-tall stack and toxic smoke covering the district. Around 60 wagons a day are expected to add to the pollution
8 March 2017
Bradford Socialist Party members were in attendance along with other activists at the lobby of the council on 23 February outside Bradford city hall. Some Labour councillors came and talked to us as we attempted to persuade them to set a no-cuts budget.
1 March 2017
Immediately I felt empowered by being a part of something that was striving to stop the council cuts and trying to make a change
12 October 2016
"This is about the council trying to move the poor out of the city centre to create an image of prosperity and recovery in Bradford. But it's an illusion, the council are trying to make us believe that poverty doesn't exist here".
7 October 2016
The 'Save Edmund Street Day Centre' campaign has been initiated recently by Bradford Socialist Party members, receiving significant coverage in local print and radio media
5 October 2016
Campaigning in the new term at colleges and universities has generated renewed interest
21 September 2016
Edmund Street day centre in Bradford is due to close. This is a disgraceful situation. The probation service, social services and the NHS have often made referrals there - it is literally keeping people alive at times.
17 February 2016
Currently on display at the Bradford Playhouse is a series of paintings by artist and Socialist Party member Peter Robson.
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