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23 January 2019

Bristol Deliveroo workers walk out

Bristol Deliveroo workers took strike action on the evening of Friday 18 January

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23 January 2019

Unison union higher education conference: a missed opportunity to develop a fighting strategy

What's necessary is a fighting and democratic leadership to develop a clear strategy for the pay battle

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23 January 2019

Birmingham: hostile Labour council attacks striking workers

Councillor resigns from cabinet: Labour councillors should be accountable to the labour movement

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23 January 2019

Wales is Europe's prisoner capital: capitalist cutters' crimes to blame

A socialist justice system would have rehabilitation and protection, not profit, as its goal

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23 January 2019

Racist jobs discrimination same for 50 years - unions must fight for jobs for all

Black and Asian workers in Britain have to send almost twice as many job applications before we get a positive response

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16 January 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the editors: Do you have something to say? Keresley shooting, debt crash, BT tribunal

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16 January 2019

UCU: Vote Yes and Yes in the higher education pay and equality ballot

In October we voted by 70% for strike action - but Tory anti-union laws mean we don't have a legal mandate

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16 January 2019

Hundreds join Manc RMT picket line in solidarity after far-right attack

This followed the recent attack on pickets by a far-right group

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16 January 2019

Unions must fight and demand nationalisation to save thousands of car industry jobs

Bridgend Ford bosses have said over 1,000 workers will lose their jobs over the next two years, with 370 to go this spring

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16 January 2019

The 1979 'Winter of Discontent'

It was the biggest stoppage in Britain since the 1926 general strike

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16 January 2019

Nothing to declare? Dodgy councillors hide vested interests

59 of our 62 listed local councillors had claimed 'special dispensation'

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16 January 2019

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another for the rest of us. Cancer waiting times; outsourcing explosion; tube pollution; Universal Credit

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16 January 2019

Re-elect Chris Baugh for AGS

The voting meetings are starting in PCS civil service union Left Unity for the re-run contest for the Assistant General Secretary (AGS)

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9 January 2019

Solid strike by Arriva bus drivers

650 bus drivers, members of Unite the Union employed by Arriva, commenced a week-long strike on 6 January in a dispute over low pay. Drivers based at Darlington, Durham, Redcar and Stockton believe they are the second-lowest paid Arriva bus drivers in the country.

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9 January 2019

Disruption of Socialist Party meeting shows need for unions to lead real struggle

Leeds Socialist Party's meeting was harassed by individuals from 'Antifa Watch'

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9 January 2019

Javid's migrant 'emergency'

Home Secretary Sajid Javid declared the rising numbers of migrants attempting to cross the Channel in small boats an "emergency" over Christmas. He held a conference call with officials from the Border Force, Immigration Enforcement, and National Crime Agency.

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9 January 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist editors

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9 January 2019

Grayling's attacks on rail workers wages 'un-fare'

The government continues to claim that Britain's economy is doing great and that everyone's wages are sky high.

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9 January 2019

Far right attack on Manchester rail workers' picket line - trade union fightback needed

Far-right protesters, wearing yellow vests, verbally abused the RMT transport union picket line at Manchester Victoria station on 5 January.

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9 January 2019

PCS Left Unity assistant general secretary election rerun

Chris Baugh is standing for the PCS Left Unity assistant general secretary nomination in a rerun of this election.

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