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8 November 2017

Unite union sector conferences: coordinate action over pay

Unite should join the PCS union in calling for the Trade Union Congress to coordinate strike ballots

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8 November 2017

Ireland: rail workers demand share of 'recovery'

Rail workers in the Irish Republic walked out on 7 November for 24 hours, the second stoppage in their demand for a 3.75% pay rise

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8 November 2017

Mixed-fleet workers show strikes get results

The heroic Heathrow and Manchester airport mixed-fleet cabin crew have a settlement

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3 November 2017

Obituary: Derek Robinson, car workers' leader, 1927-2017

Derek Robinson, one of the most famous trade unionists of the 1970s, has died aged 90

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1 November 2017

Socialism 2017: ideas to change the world

A weekend of rallies and workshops. Come along to contribute, ask questions, or disagree!

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31 October 2017

Arriva bus workers' dispute continues

The bus drivers' strike at Arriva remained completely solid on the third day of action

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31 October 2017

Westminster sexual harassment scandal: symptom of a rotten system

Eight years after Westminster was engulfed by the expenses scandal a new outrage is threatening to swamp parliament

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31 October 2017

Catalonia: Rajoy's furious response to proclamation of Republic

The proclamation of the Catalan Republic provoked an immediate, furious response from Spain's right-wing PP government as well as the ex-social democratic Psoe

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26 October 2017

New play celebrates Grunwick strike

'We Are the Lions, Mr Manager' celebrates the first major strike by Asian women in this country

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25 October 2017

NSSN meeting brings together workers in struggle

TUC should be encouraging and coordinating disputes. But if they won't, the NSSN will.

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24 October 2017

Editorial of the Socialist, issue 968

The dramatic events that have shaken Catalonia and the Spanish state have national and international implications, writes Socialists must back Catalan struggle for self-determination.

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18 October 2017

Tories torn - bin them now

This brutal, broken Tory government is limping. May's premiership hangs by a thread

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18 October 2017

Royal Mail bosses block strike - back postal workers

72,877 CWU members had voted to strike over pensions, pay and other issues

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18 October 2017

Powerful picture of the Port Talbot steel workers' struggle

Theatre: We're Still Here: Under the threat of closure, the steel workers - but not the pensioners - were forced to vote for one of two options, either of which meant a cut in pensions. 'We're Still Here' dramatises the effect of this threat on the workers.

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18 October 2017

Can you donate to the Socialism 2017 appeal?

We are calling on all members and supporters of the Socialist Party to donate to the Socialism 2017 appeal. We have set an ambitious target to raise 30,000 at the Saturday night rally on 11 November because that is what we need to ensure that we can go into 2018 with our finances strengthened.

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18 October 2017

October 1917 reviews: 'More bright than any heaven'

The October revolution showed countless millions that workers have the power to stop exploitation and oppression. It's no surprise these events inspired marvellous documentary and artistic works. The Socialist revisits some of the classic accounts of 1917 - and comments on some more recent efforts to smear it...

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18 October 2017

North London hospital workers fight cuts and job losses

Porters and domestics - members of the GMB union - at the North Middlesex hospital, facing the threat of redundancies and pay cuts, organised a spirited protest with a barbecue outside the hospital on 12 October.

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18 October 2017

Nationalise to save jobs at BAE Systems

Arms manufacturer BAE Systems has announced that up to 2,000 jobs will be cut in locations across the UK. These job cuts will have a devastating effect on the lives of workers losing their livelihood but will also have a wider impact on the local economy.

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18 October 2017

Obesity epidemic: end food market anarchy

At any given time nearly a billion people on the planet are hungry, and a third are malnourished. And yet a new report says the growing obesity crisis is set to cost $1.2 trillion a year worldwide from 2025.

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18 October 2017

Tories scrap the NHS pay cap: now fight for real-terms pay rises!

Public sector workers have scored another victory against the Tories: the NHS pay cap will be scrapped

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