Reports and campaigns

8 December 2021

Fighting Fund: Help us reach over 50,000

2021 is set to end on a tremendous note for the Socialist Party. We have already raised just short of 50,000 in the October-December quarter thanks in the main to the fighting fund appeal at Socialism

8 December 2021

Affordable housing for all

Councils must offer a socialist solution to the housing crisis: The cost of living is going up - you can feel it. Your food bill, your gas bill and electricity bill go up each month. Your biggest expense is almost certainly rent, which is also rising rapidly. Are your

8 December 2021

Sandwell bin workers beat Serco and win pay rise

It's a good thing Serco runs refuse centres, because they certainly belong in the trash. This time there's trouble up in Sandwell in the West Midlands, where over 100 refuse workers have been on strike

8 December 2021

Worksop Wincanton logistics workers on strike

A slice of pizza and a bacon butty was all Wincanton bosses thought workers deserved in reward for working throughout the pandemic

8 December 2021

Newham Sixth Form College begins strike against academisation

Staff at Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIC) in east London walked out against privatisation on 1 December.

8 December 2021

Panasonic workers break company pay freeze

Panasonic workers at Pentwyn in Cardiff have won a significant victory against the multinational giant

2 December 2021

Napo ballots for trade dispute

Probation staff are angry at an insulting pay freeze.

1 December 2021

Higher education disputes

The impressive UK-wide turnouts in the USS and 'Four Fights' ballots indicate the anger.

1 December 2021

Welcome support for striking Scunthorpe scaffolders

Scunthorpe scaffolders, now in their ninth week of strike action, were given a huge boost by the visit of Unite general secretary Sharon Graham to the picket line at British Steel

1 December 2021

Plymouth: Hundreds attend vigil for Bobbi-Anne McLeod

500 people gathered on 26 November - one day after the international day for the elimination of violence against women - for a vigil for Bobbi-Anne McLeod.

1 December 2021

Education unions lead campaign against Leicester academisation

Staff at West Gate special school in Leicester, along with their supporters, turned out for a lobby of Leicester City Council on 25 November in protest at planned academisation

1 December 2021

RMT strikes against abolition of night tube train operators

Imposed arrangements means more fatigue, more weekend working and threatens jobs: London Underground workers in the RMT union walked out across London on several tube lines on 26-27 November

1 December 2021

South Yorkshire Stagecoach drivers strike against measly 1% pay offer

Stagecoach bosses in South Yorkshire have always tried to play off one depot against another, with different settlement dates and pay rates across Barnsley, Rotherham and the two Sheffield garages

1 December 2021

Nottingham and Mansfield trade unions rally against cuts and for better pay

Nottingham and Mansfield Trades Union Council called a demonstration in Nottingham on 27 November on funding of services and public sector pay.

1 December 2021

Oaks Park school strike ends following forced concessions

Oaks Park school strikers in east London were applauded back into work on 26 November by supporters, having concluded what is apparently the longest strike in the National Education Union's history

1 December 2021

Building a political alternative to Tory and Labour cuts

Newham resists cuts: Newham Resists has agreed to campaign for a no-cuts, needs budget to show there is an alternative to the Labour council passing on Tory austerity. Newham Resists is a new coalition.

1 December 2021

Stop the cuts to Uni arts funding

On 24 November, 60 people protested at the University of Bristol against government cuts to university arts funding. I spoke at the demonstration, representing Socialist Students.

1 December 2021

Socialism 2021: How we reached our fighting fund appeal target

The Roman orator and statesman Cicero described finance and resources as 'the sinews of war' - and of course the same applies to the struggle for socialism.

1 December 2021

End fuel poverty

Pensioners and trade unionists protested against winter fuel poverty outside parliament on Friday 26 November

1 December 2021

Staff and students unite against university bosses' attacks

Why I'm striking: The decision to go on strike is never an easy one. Every University and Colleges Union member that voted 'yes' to industrial action knows full well the impact our strike will have on students' education


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