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2 September 2020
The Socialist Party condemns the decision by Lincoln council to cut support for Drill Hall. The Labour-controlled council voted to fully end funding, after years of cuts, placing the service in jeopardy
20 February 2019
On the evening of the 28 January, Lincoln Socialist Students organised a meeting on the University and College Union ballot currently underway.
18 October 2017
An NHS 'uprising' took place in Grantham, Lincolnshire, on Saturday 14 October! A determined 800-strong demonstration wound its way through the town. People are fighting against the night time closure of Grantham A&E and the systematic downgrading of services in their local hospital.
27 April 2016
I decided to stand as one of four TUSC candidates in this year's City of Lincoln council elections for a number of reasons. I had the fantastic experience of campaigning in Dublin alongside the Anti-Austerity Alliance during the Irish general election at the end of February.
6 April 2016
I want a future: Growing up in Corby, there was nothing. There was no investment. The town centre was sold to private developers time and time again and the latest attempt at urban regeneration has left several uncompleted projects, empty buildings as monuments to failure.
5 August 2015
The Socialist Party in Lincolnshire, alongside Lincoln TUSC, will continue to fight racism, fight austerity and fight capitalism.
23 July 2015
A rally against racism went ahead successfully after it was targeted by far-right supporters yesterday evening
10 June 2015
TV review: Geoff Jones (Socialist Party Wales) reviews 'Churchill - When Britain Said No'
8 April 2015
TUSC campaigners in Lincoln took part in a 'Bring Back British Rail' national day of action to call for the renationalisation of the railways, 22 years since they were privatised
11 March 2015
Reclaim the day: International Women's Day (IWD) took place on 8 March. Socialist Party members and TUSC supporters took part in the global action around the day, bringing socialist ideas to the fight against the oppression
19 November 2014
Zero-hour, minimum wage, and no chairs: The Conservative Party boasts it has 'created new opportunities for youth' and 'got Britain working again'
17 November 2014
Trade unionists and campaigners marked the opening of a new Sports Direct store in Lincoln on Saturday morning with a protest against zero-hours contracts and low pay
15 October 2014
7 August 2014
Socialist Party members have reported on local protests against the siege of Gaza in Coventry, Lincoln and Wakefield, some of the demonstrations that Socialist Party members have taken part in across England and Wales, writes Click the links below to see the reports and photos:.
30 April 2014
A local community organisation recently invited Southwark TUSC to debate with the leaders of the Labour Party and Liberal Democrats on the council, writes Bill Mullins , TUSC candidate for Bermondsey South.
2 April 2014
YFJ had a day of action against zero-hour contracts on 29 March, supported by the Fast Food Rights campaign and the BFAWU union
22 January 2014
On 18 January, around 150 people marched under the banner of Lincoln Against Racism and Fascism (LARF)
2 October 2013
Around 400 protesters marched in Lincoln on Saturday 21 September to save 32 Lincolnshire libraries from closure
1 May 2013
Around 700 anti-war campaigners marched from Lincoln to RAF Waddington on Saturday
2 April 2013
Lincoln TUSC held a protest to coincide with the national day of action against the Bedroom Tax
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