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25 July 2016
A job seeker sent the following account to the Socialist of his recent experience of having his benefits withdrawn.
20 April 2016
"After Labour bailed out the bankers, are the Tories to be remembered as the party that let our steel industry die?" said the rabid right-wing, pro-Tory Daily Mail
20 April 2016
If Tata can't find a buyer it will sack 15,000 workers. Three times as many support workers will also lose their jobs. Reports have surfaced that the company will set 28 May as the deadline date, meaning workers have just over a month to save their jobs and communities.
6 January 2016
The SNP government continues to orientate its taskforce towards finding a private buyer rather than using the option of nationalisation.
9 December 2015
The consultation period over the threatened Tata steel plants in Motherwell, Clydebridge and Scunthorpe has ended.
2 December 2015
The Socialist newspaper is indispensable when campaigning. For just £1 you can pick up anti-austerity news.
25 November 2015
Hundreds of steelworkers from across all the steelmaking heartlands of Britain - Wales, Scotland and the north of England - took to the streets of Sheffield on 21 November to demand government action to save the steel industry.
11 November 2015
1,000 steelworkers and supporters marched
1 November 2015
Whoops and cheers greeted Jeremy Corbyn's visit to Scunthorpe
29 October 2015
Workers and communities don't have to accept massive cuts and closures as inevitable.
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