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19 June 2019

Sudan: The revolution under threat

Mass protests against the former dictator began in December 2018. He was removed by the Transitional Military Council to try to contain the developing revolutionary movement.

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19 June 2019

Stop climate change - fight for socialist change

In recent months tens of thousands of students have walked out of schools, demanding urgent action against climate change

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19 June 2019

South Western Railway staff strike for safety

RMT members on South Western Railway are taking five days of industrial action

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19 June 2019

Ford Bridgend workers vote to fight to save threatened plant

Following a series of mass meetings on 12 June, Unite members at the Ford plant in Bridgend decided overwhelmingly to fight the closure of the engine factory, writes Alex Wedlake, Unite Young Members national committee (personal capacity).

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19 June 2019

Bluestar bus drivers' strike over pay

Bus drivers at Bluestar in Southampton were out in force at Totton and Eastleigh bus depots on 18 June, angry at their pay and working conditions, writes Southampton Socialist Party.

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19 June 2019

East London bin workers call 12-day strike over wage grades

Bin workers in Newham, east London could have lost over 20,000 each over the last decade

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19 June 2019

Swansea Parcelforce workers picket depot in support of victimised rep

Communication Workers Union (CWU) members at courier company Parcelforce set up a picket line on 12 June outside their Swansea depot, writes Alec Thraves, Swansea Socialist Party and vice president, Swansea Trade Union Council.

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19 June 2019

Harrogate academy workers strike against closure

A lively picket of staff at Harrogate's Grove Academy, a unit educating vulnerable secondary school pupils, took place on Thursday 13 June despite the pouring rain, writes Kevin Pattison, Leeds Socialist Party.

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19 June 2019

Orgreave injustice - 35th anniversary march and rally

The 35th anniversary of the "Battle of Orgreave" was marked on Saturday 15 June with the biggest turnout yet of around 500 demonstrators, on what has become an annual march for "Truth and Justice", writes Alistair Tice, Yorkshire Socialist Party secretary.

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19 June 2019

Worcester: Building on our successful library campaign

Worcester Socialist Party did another door-to-door paper sale on the back of the article of our success in the St John's library campaign (see socialistparty.org.uk), writes Ruthie McNally, Worcester Socialist Party.

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19 June 2019

Defend free TV licences for over-75s!

The sheer hypocrisy of this Tory government, with candidates fighting like rats in a sack for the leadership, is exposed further by its demand that the BBC rethink its plan to scrap free television licences for over-75s, writes Keith Dickinson, West London Socialist Party.

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19 June 2019

Trade union action can end low pay

Five million workers in Britain (over one in six) are stuck in low-paid and insecure work, writes Ruth Byrne, catering worker.

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19 June 2019

Them & Us

Move along: In a blow to the supposed benefits of privatisation, research by the Office for National Statistics shows that public sector workers are more likely to stay in their jobs

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19 June 2019

Schools unions must turn anger into a fight against funding catastrophe

The catastrophe facing schools cannot be exaggerated. Schools in England have lost out on 5.4 billion in Tory funding cuts since 2015, writes Nick Chaffey, Southern Socialist Party secretary.

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19 June 2019

Unite must be at the head of fighting for a general election and against council cuts

General union Unite's rules conference takes place on 24-28 June with the Tories in meltdown. Unite has correctly called on Jeremy Corbyn to resist attempts to commit Labour to a second EU referendum

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12 June 2019

Socialists in Unison hold positions in elections

28 socialists who are supporters of broad left group Unison Action have been re-elected to the national executive committee of public sector union Unison maintaining its position on the 67-strong committee.

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12 June 2019

Scottish airport strikes - fight for better pay and pensions

Hundreds of Unite trade union members at Glasgow and Aberdeen airports are striking to defend pensions and for better pay.

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