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6 March 2019

Women workers' militancy during the 'great unrest'

Townsend Productions' new folk ballad "Rouse Ye Women" follows events in the 1910 chainmakers' ten-week strike in Cradley Heath, the Black Country.

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6 March 2019

Stop post-16 education cuts

University and College Union (UCU) general secretary Sally Hunt has resigned her position on health grounds.

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6 March 2019

Trade union action to end low pay now!

Poverty pay for 1.2 million public sector workers. 2.7% pay rise for MPs: More than one million public sector workers are paid less than the minimum amount needed to make ends meet, as set by the Living Wage Foundation. They calculate this as £9 an hour, or £10.55 in London.

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27 February 2019

Non-fiction: 'Unhealthy Profits: PFI in the NHS'

This is a useful book for any trade unionist fighting the consequences of their own local PFI scheme

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27 February 2019

Tory education 'reforms'

The recent indicative strike ballot by the National Education Union should prepare the ground for a serious confrontation with the government

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27 February 2019

Honda closure threatened

Corbyn must pledge nationalisation to save jobs - which would transform the fight at Honda

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27 February 2019

PCS union branch opposes cuts to women's services

These union members work with people escaping domestic violence - they can see austerity and government policy have put women in a worse position

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27 February 2019

Tommy Robinson BBC demo: socialist fightback needed to undermine far right

In the vacuum left by Corbyn and the union leaders failing to lead a fight to end Tory and Blairite austerity, the far right is trying to regroup

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27 February 2019

South East Unison annual general meeting votes for no-cuts budgets

A motion calling on all councils to pass no-cuts budgets should be on the agenda at the conference of public service union Unison

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27 February 2019

PCS union: help us win the elections and pay campaign

We must unite to maximise the vote for the whole Left Unity slate in the elections which start on 16 April, and secure a threshold-busting vote in the pay ballot

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27 February 2019

Manchester posties strike against bullying

The company "needs to realise that it will be easier to replace the small management 'regime' than it will be to replace the entire workforce"

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27 February 2019

University and College Union: anti-union laws frustrate strike ballot again

We cannot be discouraged, but should continue to put forward local demands

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27 February 2019

Supermarket giants merger: protect jobs and fight price hikes

For democratic public ownership: There should be joint meetings between Usdaw, Unite and GMB shop stewards for a joint campaign to improve wages and conditions

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27 February 2019

From anger to action to save Honda plant

Unite the Union needs to put its national resources behind this fight, linking with the local shop stewards and mobilising the entire community and labour movement

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20 February 2019

Leeds TUC presents a no-cuts alternative budget

The anti-austerity committee of Leeds Trade Union Council (TUC) - which brings together the city's unions - presented its alternative city budget at a special public meeting on 12 February.

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20 February 2019

Conference shows potential for fighting leadership

Around 90 delegates and visitors from Socialist Students groups debated the student movement and its socialist potential

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20 February 2019

Bin strike against 'blacklisting'

Hundreds of Birmingham bin workers took strike action to protest against secret payments to workers who did not take part in the 2017 bin strike.

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20 February 2019

Unite GLL pay campaign

Unite the Union has launched a pay campaign targeting GLL. The company, operating under brand name 'Better', competes for leisure and library contracts around the country.

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20 February 2019

TV: Les Misérables - Hugo's novel and this adaptation both offer a message of hope

Les Misérables started life as a three-volume novel by Victor Hugo written during his political exile from France.

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20 February 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors including Luciana Berger and Wavertree CLP and villainous Winston Churchill

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