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2 May 2018

Windrush: Whitehall demo shames Tories and Blairites

Vote TUSC to fight racism, cuts and privatisation: Hundreds of people marched in Brixton when the Windrush scandal broke, and then an important protest took place in central London on 28 April, called not by any organisation but by individuals who see the need to fight

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2 May 2018

100k more zero-hour contracts in just a year

Strike to win secure work!: The number of zero-hour contracts in Britain rose by 100,000 in just a year

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2 May 2018

Firefighters ballot for action

Planned contracts would mean new firefighters having to do non-fire service duties

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1 May 2018

May Day McStrike: "A symbol for all workers"

At midnight workers in the Oxford Street McDonalds in Manchester walked out

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27 April 2018

Role of trade union leaders

7) The right wing trade union leaders, who were determined to get rid of Jeremy Corbyn just months ago, are resigned, for the moment, to his continued leadership for a period

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27 April 2018

British capitalism in crisis

27) That is not to suggest, as the capitalist remainers do, that the crisis of British capitalism is caused by Brexit

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27 April 2018

Labour councils

40) Another factor that could act to undermine support for Corbyn among a certain layer of the working class is the role of Labour where it is already in power: in numerous local authorities

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25 April 2018

Journalists' union leaders defeat call for political fund, but potential for left grows

NUJ conference 2018: Against strong opposition from the NEC, and misinformation, the political fund motion fell - but with a significant minority in favour, the issue will not go away

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25 April 2018

Retail union backs zero-hour ban, leaders oppose rank-and-file coordination

Usdaw conference 2018: The left is making steps forward while the right-wing bureaucracy continues trying to hold back struggle at the annual delegate meeting

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25 April 2018

McDonald's strikers: "We demand a living wage and decent conditions"

There is an overwhelming mandate for the upcoming 'McStrike' which is due to take place on 1 May

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25 April 2018

RMT Labour Party affiliation debate - where do socialists stand?

Dialogue with the Labour Party is welcome, but it must be honest. Unfortunately, many of the replies to the RMT's questions dress up the reality of the position, and are sometimes completely misleading

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24 April 2018

School strike forces head to say privatisation will stop

Privatisation at Avenue school could be on the verge of defeat

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22 April 2018

Bromley library workers win strike campaign

Bromley library workers have won a huge victory. This follows all out, indefinite strike action which began on 28th March

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18 April 2018

UCU members vote to end pensions dispute

Universities UK has been forced to state that 100% defined contribution pensions are off the table

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18 April 2018

Usdaw conference 2018: time for new era of fighting trade unionism

President-elect Amy Murphy writes for the Socialist: "We need to support our members who want to take industrial action in defence of pay and conditions"

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18 April 2018

Vote for a left, fighting PCS leadership

It is vital that local reps act quickly to persuade members to vote for the Democracy Alliance slate

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18 April 2018

PCS rejects Acas offer - further strikes announced

PCS served notice to conciliation servuce Acas on 11 April to start a programme of industrial action if the employer does not offer to improve chronic short staffing, downgrading and moving jobs out of London

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18 April 2018

Bromley libraries - indefinite strike action continues

Bromley workers have responded magnificently - but outrageously GLL has bussed in strike breakers from other boroughs

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18 April 2018

Labour councillors could stop unsafe 'driver-only operation' tomorrow

Safety-critical staff are to be replaced with a bank of tiny TV screens in the driver's cab.

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11 April 2018

May elections: a chance to fight attacks on health and social care

Here's how councils can stop health cuts: Too often, councils will wring their hands and pass the buck when it comes to standing up to Tory plans for our NHS

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