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23 June 2021
Exeter Trades Council has agreed to support the demonstration in Exeter on 3 July. The time for clapping our NHS staff is over. Clapping does not put food on the table or pay the rent! The miserable proposed
2 December 2020
Young members from Devon Socialist Party ran a Friday lunch-time campaign stall outside Exeter College
21 October 2020
Teignmouth Hospital was the first hospital to be rebuilt by the NHS, in 1954. Over the years, local residents have raised millions to buy equipment and beds, and refurbish large parts of it.
17 October 2018
If austerity is over, no-one told the Tory councillors of Devon County Council. Foster carers are to have their allowances cut by 30%.
15 November 2017
As far back as I can remember I have struggled to come to terms with the staggering and blatant inequality in the world, writes Adam Lines, Exeter Socialist Party.
14 June 2017
Socialist Party members visited the picket lines at Sierra Glass in Paignton on 5 June and showed the strikers the previous report in the Socialist, writes Alex Moore and Sean Brogan, Torbay and Exeter Socialist Party.
7 December 2016
Hundreds protested in the centre of Exeter on 3 December against the decimation and degrading of Devon's NHS. Coming from all points of the compass and forming 'red lines' of marchers from different parts of the city, they cheered and clapped speakers from the community and the labour and trade union movement.
16 March 2016
On 28 February, Plymouth Socialist Party hosted a day school with new members from Truro, St Austell, Exeter and Bristol in attendance, writes Ryan Aldred, Plymouth Socialist Party.
1 April 2015
Food workers' victory: Two hundred and seventy workers at the giant multinational Refresco-Gerber in Bridgwater, Somerset have won a victory against reductions in terms and conditions after a series of strikes from January to March
14 May 2014
Socialists and trade unionists are competing in 62 council seats in the south west under the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) banner
11 December 2013
The shocking brutality meted out against peaceful protesters at the University of London (UoL) has sent shockwaves through the student movement
18 November 2013
A counter demonstration took place against a 'national mobilisation' of the racist EDL
27 March 2013
Building the fightback in Birmingham: South Birmingham's Communities Against the Cuts (CAC) group held a successful all-Birmingham anti-cuts conference on 16 March, writes Ted, Birmingham Socialist Party.
7 November 2012
Support the national student demonstration: Socialist Students recently won a major victory in the University of Exeter Students' Guild (the local student union), writes Carlus Hudson, Exeter Socialist Students.
10 October 2012
Exeter: Exeter Socialist Students has had a fantastic start to the new academic year with over 50 students signing up...
31 October 2011
A meeting dubbed as Liverpool city council's 'Question Time' was held at Liverpool town hall on 27 October. On the same day a sham 'consultation' on cuts also took place in Exeter...
4 May 2011
On May Day bank holiday Exeter played host to a vibrant and up-beat anti-cuts demonstration. The demonstration was the biggest Exeter has seen since the anti-war movement
4 May 2011
22 February 2011
On Thursday 17 February, Devon county councillors voted on a budget which would slash £54 million from services, including support for abused women, youth services and public transport
9 February 2011
Socialist Party members and other anti-cuts activists recently helped to organise a fundraising gig in Exeter which featured left-wing singer and guitarist Billy Bragg as its headline act, writes Jim Thomson.
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