Reports and campaigns

5 December 2018

Leeds TUC conference to organise fight against austerity

Leeds Trade Union Council organised a successful anti-austerity conference on 24 November. It is part of our campaign to show the damage austerity is doing to local services, and to raise alternatives.

5 December 2018

Socialist Party argues against fire service cuts at Tyne and Wear consultation

Wallsend station, one of the most deprived wards in the country, has one fire engine - that finishes at 8pm!

5 December 2018

Fighting NHS and fire services cuts and closures in Merseyside

Five walk-in centres across Wirral are set to be closed, with another four under threat in Liverpool.

5 December 2018

Join the march through Woking against austerity

The scale of local authority cuts across all services has already been disastrous yet Surrey County Council are now consulting on millions of pounds of further cuts

5 December 2018

Fight Cardiff Council's school cuts

Cardiff's Labour-run council plans to short-change Cardiff schools by another 3.5 million in real terms, as well as slash 19.4 million of funding from services

5 December 2018

Northamptonshire council crisis continues

This small reprieve will not stop austerity - no-cuts budget needed: Campaigners are demanding the council resign. The Socialist Party says that it's vital that any candidates aiming to replace the Tories back a no-cuts budget.

5 December 2018

Workplace news in brief

Shelter strike, Beefeater beef, Cammell Laird continues, buses bust-up

5 December 2018

Bradford College joins #FEfightback strike for decent pay

Bradford College was one of six colleges where workers took strike action for decent pay on 28-29 November

5 December 2018

Victory for left in RMT union president election

Michelle Rodgers has been elected president of transport union RMT in a landslide victory for the left in the union

5 December 2018

Blairite Birmingham steps up union-busting and two workforces plan strikes

Brum's Labour council won't get an easy Christmas this year. Two of its workforces - bin workers and home carers - are balloting for strikes

28 November 2018

Nat West's benefit-claimant eviction policy

Nat West bank made an ultimatum to a Belfast landlord seeking to remortgage their buy-to-let flat - either evict your vulnerable older tenant or seek a mortgage elsewhere.

28 November 2018

"Horrendous" - Bristol's privatised buses

Bristol Socialist Party member Frankie Langeland called a protest after late and cancelled buses repeatedly made her seven-month-old baby miss bedtimes and even forced her to breastfeed by the side of the road.

28 November 2018

Southampton: Join the pledge to resist cuts

We've had a busy week in Southampton! 100 staff and others packed into Valentine Primary School hall for a National Education Union (NEU) meeting on 20 November.

28 November 2018

King George A&E faces closure again

King George Hospital A&E remains under threat. That's the warning from a march and rally on 26 November.

28 November 2018

Reclaim the Night marches condemn violence against women

Led by drumming-band Bangshees, Newcastle's Reclaim the Night demo attracted lots of attention and support particularly from young working-class women who stopped to take videos.

28 November 2018

Scrap the Tories' Universal Credit now!

New Tory Department for Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd, of Windrush-scandal notoriety, hailed Universal Credit (UC) as a "tremendous force for good". It's been so good that in her constituency, food bank use went up by 87% in Hastings in the year following UC roll-out.

28 November 2018

Islwyn Labour Party calls for council no-cuts budget

Islwyn Constituency Labour Party (CLP) has demanded Labour-led Caerphilly Council pass a no-cuts budget.

28 November 2018

College lecturers in Wales strike against low pay and workload

Lecturers across Wales will be taking strike action over pay and workload on 4 and 13-14 December. This follows the fantastic ballot result of University and College Union (UCU) members who voted overwhelmingly to strike.

28 November 2018

Black Friday day of action against Amazon

Representatives from the GMB trade union, along with Swansea Trade Union Council and Swansea Socialist Party gathered at the entrance of the Amazon warehouse in Swansea at 7am on 23 November.

28 November 2018

Cammell Laird shipbuilding workers strike against job cuts on merseyside

26 November was the first day of rolling strikes by ship-building workers at Cammell Laird in Birkenhead, Merseyside, bringing the yard to a halt.


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