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8 October 2020

West London Socialist Party: Fast fashion and workers' struggles in the garment industry

The meeting will follow social distancing measures.

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30 September 2020

Under the microscope

Low-paid workers can claim a pitiful £500 for compulsory two-week self-isolation from 28 September. Four million will be eligible - but who can afford to self-isolate for £200 less than the minimum wage?

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30 September 2020

Fight BT redundancies

Workers who are employed by BT’s Technology division face 190 compulsory redundancies in the biggest programme of compulsory redundancies ever proposed.

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30 September 2020

The Socialist Inbox

Send your news, views and criticism, in not more than 150 words, to editors@socialistparty.org.uk - or if you're not online, PO Box 1398, Enfield EN1 9GT

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30 September 2020

Tory scheme won't halt mass unemployment: mobilise the unions!

It should be renamed the 'job scrapping scheme'.

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30 September 2020

Trade unions must fight to put their stamp on events

'We need a call to arms. That's why I call on everyone to write to the press and lobby their MPs. This was the 'clarion call' of TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady

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23 September 2020

A day in the life of a salon worker

I work in a salon in Cardiff. It was bad before the pandemic began, and some employers are using the crisis to either drag more work out of their staff for little to no more rewards, or to cut hours, cut

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23 September 2020

Testing shambles: unions must fight back

The government claims that testing for key workers in the NHS, care and schools is provided.

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23 September 2020

Covid and the campuses

University workers and students must unite in a fight for safety

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23 September 2020

Fund NHS and pay rise now

As we head into a second Covid wave, NHS workers need a pay rise and more resources to cope.

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23 September 2020

TV: The English Game - how the working class made football the people's game

The English Game tells the story of how football was transformed in the 19th century. It was revolutionised from the Southern-dominated amateur, public school sport, dominated by individualistic, dribbling

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23 September 2020

Workplace news in brief

Cardiff's council-owned bus operator is threatening to axe 20% of workers. Cardiff Bus has told staff it "will need to dismiss as redundant at least 130 members of staff across the entire workforce"

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16 September 2020

Lobbying for a lead from the TUC

This year's TUC needs to be "a council of war".

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16 September 2020

NHS workers: "We deserve a fair wage" - 15% now!

"Claps don't pay the bills and our pay deal is a farce. Stand with us and fight for 15%."

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16 September 2020

Blame politicians, not workers and young people

Covid-19 lockdown in Birmingham: Low-paid workers are forced into work and overcrowded housing

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16 September 2020

Our lives and livelihoods at stake

Covid testing chaos, mass job losses: Fight for safety, and 'work or full pay'!

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9 September 2020

Safety overridden in drive to bolster the economy

Even as cases of Covid-19 infections are rising dramatically, the Tories are desperately trying to get workers back to their workplaces and spending money in city centres.

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9 September 2020

Belarus: Mass opposition continues to defy repression by Lukashenko's regime

For the fourth Sunday in succession there were mass protests. Up to 100,000 people poured onto the streets of Minsk

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9 September 2020

Fight Amazon's anti-union spies

Amazon is spying on its 'flex' drivers in dozens of Facebook groups in the US, the UK, and Spain, according to the Vice Media Group. Flex drivers are the workers who deliver the items to your door.

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9 September 2020

Ireland: Debenham's workers occupy stores

Debenham's workers in Ireland occupied the Dublin (above) and Cork stores in protest at the derisory redundancy settlement offered.

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