Reports and campaigns

24 January 2018

Playing fields rescued from Blairites

Labour-run Leeds council appears to have retreated in the face of mass community opposition

24 January 2018

Obituary: Maureen Mulhearn 1945-2018

It is with great sorrow that we report the death of Maureen Mulhearn, lifelong partner of Tony Mulhearn

24 January 2018

Victory against government's war on eastern European homeless

For the past year and a half the Tory government has been waging a war against European Economic Area (EEA) nationals, including locking up those citizens en masse, without charge and indefinitely. Not in the mainstream news? Of course not, those affected were largely from eastern Europe and were homeless.

24 January 2018

Defend Louise Harrison - save Yorkshire women's services!

Louise Harrison, now ex-staff member of South Yorkshire Women's Aid, was dismissed from her job on 19 January by a trustee vote of three to one not to renew her contract.

24 January 2018

Southampton: Pay rise for uni boss, job losses for lecturers

Universities in England have become a microcosm of capitalism. At Southampton University the vice-chancellor has awarded himself a pay rise to 424,000, while at the same time making plans to sack over 50 lecturers.

24 January 2018

Kirklees council opens consultation of library services

For the third year running, Kirklees council is looking to make cuts to its library services. A further 1.9 million is to be cut from the library services budget for 2018-19.

24 January 2018

Gentrification scourge hits Kent

So-called 'gentrification' is on its way to parts of north Kent that are being packaged as the 'Thames Gateway'.

24 January 2018

Ballots against Bromley privatisers

Controversial outsourcing Bromley council faces strike action by workers at two of its contractors that could hit libraries and care services.

24 January 2018

Amy Murphy Usdaw campaign meeting

Reps and activists from five Usdaw branches came to a public meeting in Leeds held to promote the election campaign of Broad Left candidate for Usdaw president, and Socialist Party member, Amy Murphy on 17 January.

24 January 2018

Brum care workers protest council attacks

Picketers and their supporters demonstrated outside Birmingham council house on 20 January. Socialist Party and Socialist Students members joined over 100 people gathered at Victoria square to stand up to the latest council attacks against the homecare workers.

24 January 2018

PCS executive agrees next steps in pay campaign

On 31 January PCS members from across the UK civil service will participate in pay day protests over public sector pay restraint which has seen a 20% cut in wages since 2010. These protests come on the back of our fantastic consultative ballot result.

22 January 2018

Sudan: Free Mohamed Satti

Protesters were arrested by the Sudanese state last week, as part of a brutal response to the wave of protests against skyrocketing prices and austerity.   

22 January 2018

Women rally defiantly

Over 1,000 women, of all ages and backgrounds but mainly many young women, defied the cold, the rain and the snow and joined this event.

22 January 2018

Red Mary - a Force of Nature

Longstanding Doncaster Socialist Party member Mary Jackson was a working class fighter and an eternal optimist in a socialist future

17 January 2018

Socialist Party women's meeting brings together members to share experiences

A great opportunity for socialist women from all over the country to share views and experiences, build political confidence and explore issues of particular relevance to women

17 January 2018

Packed Newham meeting against academies

If a new round of pro-academy Blairite councillors are selected, then campaigners may feel there is no choice but to stand against them in May

17 January 2018

Lobby pushes Liverpool council to oppose privatisation

Around 70 people lobbied Liverpool council to protest against 'accountable care organisation' privatisation proposals

17 January 2018

Heating scandal on east London estate

The heating and hot water supply to 200 residents on the private Barking Riverside estate in east London was threatened by asset strippers in the middle of winter

17 January 2018

Undercover policing legal challenge

The government has failed to inquire into undercover policing operations in Scotland

17 January 2018

No to the Woolwich monster block

If Greenwich council and property developers get their way Woolwich's skyline will soon be unrecognisable


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