Reports and campaigns

3 April 2019

Workplace news in brief

Short reports of trade union struggles including strikes by government workers and train cleaners in London.

3 April 2019

Chesterfield hospital privatisation plans

Chesterfield Royal Hospital is going ahead with plans to introduce a wholly owned subsidiary company - Derbyshire Support and Facilitates Services.

3 April 2019

End Tory cold cruelty: life under austerity in Merthyr

Scrap Universal Credit now: Merthyr has received a bad press as the "benefit capital of Britain". The Mirror newspaper pointed out the average male life expectancy on one of the estates is lower than Haiti's. But it's a friendly town.

3 April 2019

Reclaim the Game book launch

The largest branch of transport union RMT - London Underground Engineering, this year named the Bob Crow branch to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the death of the union's towering general secretary - hosted the launch of the latest edition of Reclaim the Game

28 March 2019

Well-supported strike against cuts at Bradfield school

Teachers at Bradfield school in Sheffield are defending jobs and education

27 March 2019

Worcester library cuts: staff not even consulted

28 people came to Worcester Socialist Party's second, very successful public meeting over the threats to library services

27 March 2019

Leeds residents' anger against private 18-story monster block in 'Little London'

An angry public meeting in Leeds - called by the Little London Tenants and Residents Association - discussed the proposal to build an 18-story block of private flats on a small green space

27 March 2019

United working-class struggle needed to fight for trans and women's rights

The Socialist Party was invited to participate in a debate on the Gender Recognition Act hosted by a London Constituency Labour Party

27 March 2019

Climate strike reports

Millions of students walked out against climate change again on 15 March - here we carry some additional reports from the day...

27 March 2019

West London civil service workers strike against office closure

PCS civil servants' union members at the HMRC Ealing Office in west London had a successful half-day strike on 19 March

27 March 2019

Bradford College strike remains solid over pay and funding

University and College Union members at Bradford College were out in force, during the latest round of action over pay at a number of colleges across England

27 March 2019

Striking teachers march against Enfield schools academisation plans

A lively and noisy demonstration of over 100 striking teachers, parents and other supporters took place on 24 March

27 March 2019

Newark machine bearings factory workers return to work

NSK strikers at the company's Newark factory, which makes super-precision machine bearings, returned to work on 26 March after three weeks on strike

27 March 2019

Valentine school strike against budget cuts and redundancies

"No ifs, no buts, stop school cuts!" was the sound at Valentine Primary School gates on 14 March, striking at the threat of redundancies due to budget cuts

27 March 2019

Support the Honda workers: nationalise to save jobs

Honda's announcement that it will close its Swindon car plant in 2021 has been met with anger and dismay by workers

27 March 2019

Hackney & Islington Socialist Party: Reform or Revolution

Speaker: Angel, writes Cafe Z-Bar, 58 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 7PB.

27 March 2019

Enthusiastic Southern region socialists plan for the struggles ahead

Socialist Party Southern region conference was well-attended, lively and confident

20 March 2019

Trade unionists debate the EU

An 'EU - Should We Stay or Should We Go?' debate was organised by Nottingham and Mansfield trade union council. Over 70 people attended the 26 February meeting.

20 March 2019

End austerity. Fight for a living wage!

The chancellor's spring statement signaled a continued squeeze on low-income families.

20 March 2019

PCS: Vote Yes to strike for better pay

125,000 PCS members across the civil service and related public bodies are being asked to vote Yes in the national ballot on pay.


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