Reports and campaigns

23 May 2018

40 attend Socialist Party housing campaign launch in Windsor

There was a successful launch of our new housing campaign in Windsor on 15 May. The meeting was attended by 40 people, with speakers and lively discussion from the floor.

23 May 2018

Sheffield Pride organisers defeated in attempt to ban politics

Organisers of Sheffield Pride have sparked criticism of the event after calling Pride a "celebration, not a protest."

23 May 2018

Leicester socialists fight poverty-paying sweatshops

The full effects of Tory policies, both economic and social, are being felt in Leicester, as sweatshop conditions and shocking illegal levels of pay persist in 2018.

23 May 2018

Let's sell 1,000 extra copies of issue 1000!

The Socialist will reach a milestone next month. The 1,000th issue of our paper.

23 May 2018

Student leaders claim one million on the streets against Brexit - fight for a workers' exit

One hundred and twenty student union officers - who have so far failed to lift a finger in the fight against tuition fees and cuts, or to support striking lecturers during the recent University and College Union dispute - have made national headlines with the claim that "over one million students demand a people's vote on the Brexit deal".

23 May 2018

College staff caught between the devil and the deep blue sea

In November 2016 workers at the Vine, a specialist education service, were transferred from Leeds City Council into Leeds City College.

23 May 2018

Services disappearing from Harrogate

Staff at Harrogate College were back out on strike for two further days on 17-18 May. This is part of action across the Hull College Group.

23 May 2018

Solid strike at Tesco Dagenham distribution centre forces pay talks

Heavy security presence and a profusion of steel fencing didn't deter angry, vocal pickets striking for decent pay at Tesco Dagenham distribution centre on 17-18 May.

23 May 2018

PCS conference votes for strike action

At its conference in Brighton on 22 May the PCS civil servants' union voted decisively for a statutory strike ballot against the Tories 1% pay cap. The ballot date is not fixed but is expected to start in June.

23 May 2018

Victory: how school strike beat 'academy' privatisers

School workers in Newham, east London, stopped Avenue Primary School becoming a privately run 'academy' earlier this month

23 May 2018

First ever strike at TGI Fridays

Workers at TGI Fridays restaurants in Milton Keynes and Covent Garden, London, were on strike for the first time ever on 18 May

23 May 2018

Stop Trump! Build for 13 July student walkouts

When Trump visits Britain we need to launch a unprecedented day of struggle

21 May 2018

Campaigning in Southampton for school and college walkouts when Trump visits Britain on 13th July

Campaigning in Southampton for school and college walkouts when Trump visits Britain on 13th July

Campaigning in Southampton for school and college walkouts when Trump visits Britain on 13th July

16 May 2018

Thousands on TUC demo

A huge Socialist Party "Tories Out!" banner greeted 20,000 marchers

16 May 2018

'When we fight, we can win' - campaign halts hospital closure

An important victory has been won in Huddersfield.

16 May 2018

Save Our Square takes fight to developers

On 9 May, Socialist Party members who are part of the Save Our Square campaign in Walthamstow, east London, lobbied the annual general meeting of Capital & Regional (C&R)

16 May 2018

Save Southall Town Hall legal hearing success

The Save Southall Town Hall campaign won the first round of a legal challenge on 19 April to defend this iconic building, and to preserve it as a genuine public and secular space for all members of our community

16 May 2018

Workplace news in brief

Workplace news in brief including TGI Friday's strike and an update on the FCC Wilmington dispute

16 May 2018

Leeds Acas conciliators walkout

You know the squeeze in the public sector is coming to a crunch when workers for an organisation that was set up to try to prevent strikes walk out on strike themselves. But that was precisely what happened as conciliators at Acas took strike action on 11 May.

16 May 2018

Harrogate College strike against cuts

University and College Union (UCU) members at Harrogate College took strike action, coordinated with their colleagues in the Hull College Group at Hull College, against proposals to axe jobs. 9 May was the first strike day, with two more to follow.


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