Reports and campaigns

6 February 2019

Socialist Party no-cuts stand finds support

It has been a busy week campaigning in Coxford ward in Southampton.

6 February 2019

North West Socialist Party conference

The Socialist Party's North West region held a very successful conference on Saturday 2 February, with nearly 50 members attending from across the region

6 February 2019

University and College Union elections

16 further education colleges just took strike action over pay and conditions. In higher education, we are fighting to beat the Tories' anti-union laws in the equality and pay ballot.

6 February 2019

Sheffield tree campaigners' legal win

The Independent Office for Police Conduct has ruled that seven Sheffield Trees Action Group campaigners were wrongly arrested in 2016 and 2017.

6 February 2019

New pamphlet: 1919 - Red Flag over the Clyde

On 31 January 1919, tens of thousands of workers gathered in Glasgow as their struggle for a 40-hour week came to a climax

6 February 2019

Backing for the Birmingham homecarers

Birmingham's homecare workers could lose up to 4,100 if the Labour council cuts their hours. Over 80 people attended the Trade Union Congress solidarity rally for the striking workers on 29 January.

6 February 2019

Historic strike of nurses in Ireland

Nearly 40,000 nurses and other health workers in Ireland started a 24-hour strike on 30 January to demand a pay rise. Their union, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation, has more strike days planned in February.

6 February 2019

Traffic wardens' strike is just the ticket

London traffic warden strikes for better pay.

6 February 2019

College lecturers strike for a pay rise

Reports of college strikes around the country for better pay.

6 February 2019

'Stansted 15' deportation protesters could face jail

At the time of going to press, 15 young people will be anxiously facing the judge at Chelmsford Crown Court, waiting to be sentenced. Many fear it will be jail.

6 February 2019

Unison: Democracy and the right to speak out are under threat

Three members of public sector union Unison's national executive council (NEC), including two Socialist Party supporters, have received a letter from the union stating that there have been complaints made that they "breached collective responsibility" at the NEC meeting on 6 December and that they are now under investigation.

6 February 2019

Worcestershire: save the libraries, reverse all the cuts

Worcestershire's Tory county council wants to close nine community libraries, and sack workers and reduce opening hours in at least six others. We say no! Enough is enough!

5 February 2019

'Shac' campaign fights for housing

On a freezing wet evening, an impressive range of tenant and resident activists met at a Social Housing Action Campaign (Shac) open meeting on 29 January

3 February 2019

Imminent eviction sparks urgent defence campaign

A social housing landlord initiated proceedings against a single mother

1 February 2019

Chris Baugh condemns Universal Credit social catastrophe

On Thursday 24th January, a public meeting by Stop & Scrap Universal Credit Haringey (SSUCH) was attended by about 100 people

30 January 2019

PCS Left Unity chooses Chris Baugh - unite behind the left AGS and NEC slate

Left Unity, the broad left in the PCS, voted for Chris Baugh to be its candidate for AGS

30 January 2019

Changes threaten thousands of jobs

Tesco has revealed plans to cut thousands of jobs as part of a new restructuring initiative.

30 January 2019

East Midlands conference

34 delegates attended in the recent East Midlands Socialist Party conference in Nottingham to discuss the political situation and prospects for building the party in 2019.

30 January 2019

Socialist Party Wales conference

The Socialist Party Wales conference opened in Cardiff with an emotional minute's applause for the contribution of Beth Roper, chair of Cardiff Young Socialists, who died in tragic circumstances in December.

30 January 2019

Trade unions protect rail workers' picket line in Hull

More than 150 trade unionists and activists rallied to Hull and District trade union council's call to defend the transport union RMT's picket line on 26 January.


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