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31 May 2018

Bristol South Socialist Party: How can workers' jobs be protected?

After the collapse of Carillion, Toys R Us, Maplins, the loss of jobs at RBS and Centrica (British Gas), come to a discussion on this urgent question

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11 April 2018

Gender pay gap figures show need for trade union action

Figures released by 10,000 large companies reveal what most of us already knew: there is a huge gender pay gap in Britain. The median across the firms is 9.8% - but some had gaps of over 70%

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4 April 2018

Retail crunch: even giants not immune as 21,000 jobs disappear

Fight for living wages and public ownership: A recovery in the retail sector requires a recovery in the pockets of ordinary workers

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28 March 2018

Victimised recycling strikers uncowed as Hull strike wave builds

Bosses' suspension of two Hull recycling workers after they returned to work following a successful first week on strike is a clear attempt to intimidate the workforce into cancelling future action, writes Mick Whale, president, Hull trade union council.

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7 March 2018

Toys R Us, Maplin: worsening retail crisis claims more jobs

Trade unions must fight for public ownership: Big high street retailers Toys R Us and Maplin have gone under, with a number of other familiar names like Mothercare rumoured to follow

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31 January 2018

Supermarket's slash jobs - union fightback needed

Two of so-called 'Big Four' supermarkets - Tesco and Sainsbury's - have announced job losses running into the thousands.

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31 January 2018

Merseyrail protest

A demonstration called by the transport union RMT took place outside Liverpool Town Hall ahead of a meeting of Merseyrail stakeholders on 25 January to show the incredible public support in favour of keeping the guards on Merseyrail trains

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19 January 2018

Carillion and the construction industry

The following letter by Socialist Party member and construction worker Jimmy Tyson was published in the Liverpool Echo earlier this week

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13 December 2017

Retail sector crunch: nationalise to save jobs

Toys R Us plans to close a third of its stores. Asda wants to downgrade hundreds of shopfloor supervisors. Britain's largest tobacco distributor Palmer & Harvey has gone into administration.

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6 December 2017

Plans to launch no-cuts campaign at Kirklees College

A 'financial notice to improve' was issued to the college for "inadequate financial health"

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6 December 2017

Royal wedding exposes them-and-us visa system

If you're very wealthy you can buy your way in - but for ordinary people, visa applications don't have many fairy-tale endings

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6 December 2017

RBS to sack 1,000: nationalise the banks

The Royal Bank of Scotland wants to cut 259 branches and 1,000 jobs - while the Tories plan to sell it at a 26 billion loss

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30 November 2017

Victory: Glenfield Children's Heart Centre saved!

The proposal to end surgery at the centre has been dropped

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22 November 2017

Scotland: BiFab workers' occupation and march secures jobs and pay guarantee

Workers at the three threatened wind turbine construction yards in Fife have won a guarantee that their jobs and wages will be secured - at least until April 2018

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15 November 2017

Plymouth PCS members fight relocation threat

On 6 November PCS members took strike action to prevent a relocation which would likely result in around 50 redundancies

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15 November 2017

Is cuts-making Preston 'beating Tory austerity'?

Fight for no-cuts budgets: Labour-controlled Preston Council has received press coverage as "beating Tory austerity" (Mirror), "where workers are in control of wealth" (Guardian) and "Jeremy Corbyn's model town" (Economist)

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10 November 2017

Strikers picket the South Western Railway network

Pickets stretched from London to Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight

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8 November 2017

Bosses say 217 years to close pay gap - workers' struggle can close it now!

This is the first time figures have shown the situation is going backwards

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1 November 2017

PCS pay cap ballot closes soon

The civil servants' union PCS is stepping up its pay campaign by holding a consultative ballot, timed to coincide with the autumn budget

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1 November 2017

Unions must fight workplace mental health crisis

300,000 a year forced to leave work: Workers with mental health problems are leaving their jobs at a rate of 6% a year

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