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15 January 2020

Low Pay, Long Hours. Bosses rip us off. Organise the fightback now!

Boris Johnson has announced the minimum wage is going up. It's not by nearly enough. And at the same time, the Tories let bosses get away with paying hundreds of thousands of workers below the legal minimum!

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8 January 2020

What next after the general election, for PCS and the left

Preparing the PCS civil servants' union to withstand the attacks of the new Tory government is urgent. Equally important is the role our union can play in ensuring the whole trade union movement responds to the coming attacks.

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20 November 2019

Secret police infiltration of workers' movement exposed

Trade Union Conference Opposing Political Policing: Up to 200 socialists, trade union activists and community campaigners took part

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13 November 2019

Trade union conference to force secret police disclosure

For decades, trade unionists, shop stewards and socialists suspected there was an active blacklist and that 'spycops' infiltrated trade unions.

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12 November 2019

Determined to resist bosses' attacks

Postal workers are involved in 'the fight of our lives'

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16 October 2019

PCS union - A reply on political strategy

A Socialist Party member replies to a statement issued by the PCS Left Unity National Committee

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16 October 2019

Pressure needed to force secret police disclosure

For at least 40 years, special undercover sections of the police spied on trade unionists, socialist organisations including the Socialist Party, and campaigners such as the family of Stephen Lawrence, victim of a racist murder.

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9 October 2019

Birmingham HS2 protest against bosses' attacks on trade union organisation

Unite the Union organised a protest outside the regional headquarters of HS2 in Birmingham on 7 October.

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9 October 2019

Vote yes to Royal Mail strike action to take on the bullying bosses

On 15 October the Communication Workers Union (CWU) will announce the ballot result for industrial action over management plans to end Royal Mail group as a real public service.

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18 September 2019

Trade union movement must put its stamp on swirling events

It was a serious mistake for the TUC not to call an emergency demo to demand a general election. Motions had been put forward by Socialist Party members in a number of unions.

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17 September 2019

South Yorkshire FBU celebrates halt to cuts

After a successful and hard-fought campaign from Fire Brigades Union (FBU) members, the fire authority resoundingly voted to shelve the proposed plans to reduce the number of firefighters riding a fire engine from five to four, which would have seen 84 firefighter posts cut.

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11 September 2019

Lobby of TUC: Upbeat meeting calls for trade union lead to boot out Tories

A packed and enthusiastic National Shop Stewards Network rally took place in Brighton

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Drivers and passenger assistants employed by Hackney council in the Special Education Needs Service have won a victory

Drivers and passenger assistants employed by Hackney council in the Special Education Needs Service have won a victory

11 September 2019

Drivers and passenger assistants employed by Hackney council in the Special Education Needs Service have won a victory - click here for info.

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11 September 2019

Climate strikes: trade union round-up

Campaigning for trade union action on the climate crisis

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4 September 2019

Climate action day - trade union round-up

Socialist Party members successfully tabled a motion at Cardiff Trade Union Council (TUC) to support the call for trade union meetings and stoppages on the day of climate action on 20 September

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28 August 2019

Interview with Sean Hoyle - left candidate in RMT general secretary election

As new strikes begin on South Western Railway, in the long running industrial dispute over guards and the result of the transport union RMT general secretary election is announced, the Socialist spoke to Sean Hoyle, the left candidate in the general secretary election.

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