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9 July 2020

West London Socialist Party: Why young workers need trade unions

The meeting will be held on Zoom. If you would like to take part, email westlondonsp@gmail.com by Wednesday midday to request details.

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8 July 2020

Fight for every job. Fight for socialism

Thousands of jobs already destroyed. Thousands more announced almost every day. The 'job retention scheme' is turning into a jobs haemorrhage as the government starts to wind it down, with a view to scrapping it in October.
As speaker after speaker at the NSSN conference on 4 July said, trade unions must fight every job cut and every pay cut.

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8 July 2020

Johnson blames care workers for deaths

Boris Johnson has tried to shift the blame for the scandal of mass Covid-19 deaths in care homes.

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8 July 2020

UCU: election victory for combative rank and file

An overwhelming victory for rank-and-file activists is the result of the first contested branch elections in years for Southampton UCU.

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8 July 2020

Fantastic virtual NSSN conference: "Fight for our lives and livelihoods''

A virtual meeting of up to 300 trade union reps, workers, campaigners, socialists and international visitors took place on the 4 July

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8 July 2020

3bn green pledge: not enough for climate or jobs

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has promised 3 billion of green investment. Goals include 'decarbonising' public buildings, insulating private homes, and creating work.

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8 July 2020

No going back: Nationalise social care!

The anarchy of free-market capitalism has been brutally exposed to millions through its inability to combat the Covid-19 pandemic in the richest countries on the planet.

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8 July 2020

Them and us

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8 July 2020

Jobcentre reopening: only union struggle will put safety first

Jobcentres have become the latest battleground between workers' desire to work in safety and employers' desire to reopen services, ready or not.

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8 July 2020

Tower Hamlets council workers strike against wholesale attack on terms and conditions

Council workers across all services in Tower Hamlets, east London, have been on strike against attacks on their terms and conditions.

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8 July 2020

Nottingham unions fight council job cuts

Local councils are facing huge financial crises due to Covid-19, on top of government funding cuts since 2010.

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1 July 2020

Change in leadership needed to secure union's future

The PCS general secretary has said the union needs to restructure and cut staff or merge.

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1 July 2020

Plastic waste ignored

Plastic waste pollution is one of the biggest challenges facing society. So why the lack of enthusiasm by the government to curb manufacturing practices that generate tonnes of it which leech into the air, waterways, oceans and food?

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1 July 2020

Benefits system being used to force return to unsafe workplaces

As previously reported in the Socialist, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), which oversees the payment of unemployment benefit to millions, had previously eased the requirements for claiming Universal Credit

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1 July 2020

Sunday trading: Government blinks first

Leaked reports emerged in mid-June that the government was looking at relaxing Sunday trading legislation for a year

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1 July 2020

Tower Hamlets council strike

Workers at Tower Hamlets Labour-run council in east London are set to strike on 3, 6, 7 July against management plans to 'sack and re-engage' its entire workforce, in order to force them to accept worse terms and conditions.

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1 July 2020

MoJ cleaners' covid outbreak

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and private cleaning company OCS have been accused of ignoring demands to investigate a coronavirus outbreak among workers after four cleaners fell sick with suspected Covid-19

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24 June 2020

NSSN conference - 4th July

The National Shop Stewards Network Conference is always a vital forum for trade unionists

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