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13 December 2018

UCU Wales suspends FE strike action

UCU members in Wales have recently won some important concessions from management and the Welsh Government

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12 December 2018

Worldwide threat to journalists at worst for ten years

The murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi has brought into horrifying focus the dangers faced by reporters throughout the world.

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12 December 2018

Jobs and homes not racism - kick the Tories out!

Thousands marched on Sunday 9 December to oppose Tommy Robinson and Ukip

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12 December 2018

Workplace news in brief

Short reports of workers' struggles including victories for cinema reps and housing workers and a traffic wardens strike.

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12 December 2018

Veolia waste workers vote for action in Cheshire

Waste workers in Unite the Union in Cheshire, employed by Veolia UK, have overwhelmingly voted for strike action in their dispute over unpaid shifts.

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12 December 2018

Hull council workers fight to protect sick pay

Workers for Kingstown Works Ltd (KWL) in Hull have started a campaign to protect their sick pay scheme with a lobby of Hull North constituency Labour Party (CLP).

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12 December 2018

Spontaneous hull walkouts stick two fingers up at Tory anti-trade union laws

Ferrybridge workers on construction sites and fast food factories have stuck two fingers up at the Tory Trade Union Act by striking.

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12 December 2018

Select Chris Baugh as Left Unity AGS candidate

PCS Left Unity members will be saddened to hear that Janice Godrich is suffering ill health, and therefore not able to accept the Left Unity nomination for assistant general secretary (AGS) of the civil servants' union.

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12 December 2018

Strike action saves jobs at Cammell Laird shipyard

The planned 291 redundancies at Birkenhead's Cammell Laird shipyard have been put on hold following 13 days of strike action by workers starting on 26 November.

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12 December 2018

'Stansted 15' - outrageous guilty verdict

The 'Stansted 15', who took non-violent direct action at Stansted airport in March 2017 to prevent the deportation of 60 people who were at risk, have been found guilty of "endangering safety at aerodromes" - a terrorism-related charge

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12 December 2018

John Maclean - revolutionary fighter of the working class

A leader of 'Red Clydeside', John MacLean was an outstanding orator, a peerless educator in Marxist ideas, writes On the recent 95th anniversary of the death of Scottish Marxist John Maclean, Philip Stott, Socialist Party Scotland, looks at Maclean's contribution to the socialist and working-class movement..

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12 December 2018

Liverpool seafarers demand better conditions

Liverpool seafarers took part in a protest outside the Seatruck terminal on Liverpool docklands on the morning of Friday 30th November

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5 December 2018

WHSmith: hands off our Post Offices!

Post Office management has earmarked a further 74 government-run 'Crown' Post Offices to close and franchise out

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5 December 2018

Victory! Dinner ladies' strike beats job cuts

School management has backed down and withdrawn plans to make nine dinner ladies redundant

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5 December 2018

PCS AGS election: Where now after the Left Unity conference?

Many Left Unity members will now expect that the incumbent AGS Chris Baugh will be confirmed as Left Unity's candidate.

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5 December 2018

The growth of artificial intelligence technology

AI technologies cannot be harmoniously rolled out due to the contradictions of capitalism

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5 December 2018

Socialist Party argues against fire service cuts at Tyne and Wear consultation

Wallsend station, one of the most deprived wards in the country, has one fire engine - that finishes at 8pm!

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5 December 2018

Fatal bus crash - an avoidable tragedy

Stagecoach bosses have been let off the hook. They should have been jailed for corporate manslaughter.

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