Reports and campaigns

12 January 2022

Obituary - Pauline Wall

12 January 2022

10,000 tube workers vote to strike over jobs, terms and pension cuts

London Underground bosses refused to give assurances on jobs, pensions and working conditions.

12 January 2022

People's Budget: We beat council cuts before, we will again

Leeds Labour council is preparing to pass on another round of Tory austerity.

12 January 2022

Obituary - Pauline Wall

From Liverpool youth leader to facing down press barons in Bradford: It is with great sadness we heard of the death of Pauline Wall, after a lengthy struggle against cancer

12 January 2022

Obituary - Ethan Bradley 1993-2021

We need more Ethans to lead fight against gig economy exploitation: At just 28, the loss of Ethan Bradley, the chair of the couriers and logistics branch for the IWGB union, is tragic.

12 January 2022

Protests against BBC transphobia

On 8 January, over 150 people assembled outside the BBC to protest the corporation's treatment of trans people in its reporting.

12 January 2022

Communities fight back against Rio Tinto mine

It is becoming a tradition that the Serbian diaspora meets at the London HQ of Rio Tinto mining company, to coincide with protests in Serbia against opening a lithium mine there.

12 January 2022

Solidarity with workers protesting in Kazakhstan

It's clear that the Kazakhstan government is feeling the heat following international coverage of the protests and repression there

12 January 2022

North London NHS - "It's going to be us who saves it"

The newly formed branch of Unite the Union for Migrant, Food, Retail and Services workers, and Day-Mer, a Turkish and Kurdish community organisation in north London, held a rally outside North Middlesex Hospital on 8 January, with the demand: 'Fund the NHS and keep it public'

12 January 2022

Southampton student vote for online exams must be accepted

Covid cases are surging across university campuses. I've never known this many people who have tested positive.

12 January 2022

Carmarthenshire gritters take action as Plaid-led council reneges on agreement

Pickets were out for a second day on 6 January at Carmarthenshire County council depots Nantglas, Crosshands, Cillefwr, Carmarthen and Llandovery, in a dispute by gritting crews

12 January 2022

Jobcentre Coronavirus outbreak leads to reps meeting call

Just before Christmas a number of staff at the Mosley Street Jobcentre in Manchester contracted Coronavirus

12 January 2022

South Yorkshire bus strikes spreading and getting stronger

After two one-week strikes before Christmas, and now indefinite strike action since the New Year, the South Yorkshire Stagecoach busworkers' strikes are getting stronger

12 January 2022

East Mids rail conductors force concessions, train managers' dispute continues

The long-running senior conductors' dispute on East Midlands Railway (EMR) Intercity is over. RMT members voted to accept management's offer in a ballot on the pay and contract dispute, and on 'multiple

12 January 2022

Weetabix workers defeat 'fire and rehire' and ballot on improved pay offer

The end of 2021 saw a ramping up of strike action by the Weetabix workers at Corby and Kettering factories

12 January 2022

Invergordon Royal Mail mutiny wins

Communication Workers' Union (CWU) members in the Royal Mail delivery office in Invergordon, north of Inverness are back in work after walking out in support of a temporary worker who had his contract terminated, outside of the agreed industrial relations framework

11 January 2022

Corbyn's Peace and Justice Project

The Telegraph has reported that "Jeremy Corbyn is considering establishing his own political party after privately accepting he will never be reinstated as a Labour MP" (9.1 22).

6 January 2022

S. Yorks Stagecoach workers start indefinite strike

Around 560 Stagecoach bus workers in South Yorkshire began an indefinite strike from the start of the New Year

6 January 2022

Trinity Centre: Shameful eviction by Newham council

On 22 December, local groups in Canning Town in east London - tutoring for kids who've fallen out of the school system, a food bank, and religious groups - found their community centre locked up by Newham Council

6 January 2022

Coventry: Private profits from hospital parking

At our last Socialist Party campaign stall of the year on 18 December, we gathered more signatures in support of the bin workers' strike.


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