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13 November 2018

Latest Socialism podcasts

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13 November 2018

Tube strike solid against victimisation

Workers on the Central line of the London Underground walked out for 24 hours on 7 November, organised by transport union RMT and train drivers' union Aslef

9 November 2018

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8 November 2018

TUSC suspends electoral activity

The national steering committee of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) has published a statement on the TUSC website saying that TUSC electoral activity has been suspended until further notice

7 November 2018

Dozens of militant trade unionists to address Socialism 2018

Militant trade unionists from around the country will participate in Socialism 2018, this weekend in central London

7 November 2018

Back Chris Baugh and Marion Lloyd for a fighting, democratic, lay-led union

This month votes take place to decide the PCS Left Unity candidates for the union's 2019 elections.

7 November 2018

Unison HE ballot: Anti-union rules block action

Unison trade union members at universities across the UK voted 62% in favour of strike action after rejecting the employers' final offer of 2% (with slightly higher increases for the lowest paid of up to 2.7%).

7 November 2018

Arriva Rail North strike hits 34 days of action

1,300 train guards across the north of England took their 34th day of strike action in defence of a safe, secure and accessible railway on 3 November.

7 November 2018

Occupy and demand nationalisation to save Devon shipyard

The owner of Appledore Shipyard in north Devon, Babcock International, has announced its closure. Such an action would be devastation for the workers, their families and the whole community.

7 November 2018

Another victory against NHS privatisation

Bolton hospital cleaners, caterers, porters and other workers have won a dispute.

7 November 2018

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7 November 2018

Unions and campaigners challenge Southampton cuts inside Labour and out

The phony unity in Labour has been exposed! Blairite cutting councillors in Southampton have had their proposals to close two care homes opposed overwhelmingly by Labour Party members as well as by council unions Unite and Unison.

7 November 2018

Protesters drive far right out of Liverpool

Hundreds of anti-fascist protesters prevented a far-right group, Frontline Patriots (FP), from moving more than a few yards from the entrance of Liverpool Moorfields train station.

7 November 2018

Thousands march against overnight closure of Shropshire A&E

Princess Royal Hospital faces overnight closure. 3,000 people marched against plans that would force people to travel an extra 17-23 miles for emergency health services after 8pm.

7 November 2018

Crowds turn out for Corbyn in Rugby

Jeremy should condemn Blairite cuts and promise nationalisation: 350 people packed into Rugby's Indian Association on 3 November to hear Jeremy Corbyn and the Momentum-backed parliamentary candidate for Rugby, Debbie Bannigan.

7 November 2018

Hundreds march to save Blackwood leisure centres

Hundreds of people from Blackwood and Pontllanfraith marched to keep open their local leisure centre and swimming pool.

7 November 2018

Bradford uni strike

"Today is the day we say enough. Together we can't be defeated," said workers at a strike rally on the first day of a four-day walkout by Unison union members at Bradford University.

7 November 2018

Cable workers' Halloween picket line attempts to 'scare' management into talks

It was a spooky affair outside Prysmian Cables in Eastleigh on 31 October with workers joining the picket line dressed appropriately for Halloween.

7 November 2018

East London public square threat halted

The Save Our Square (SOS) campaign in Waltham Forest, east London has heard that building company Mount Anvil has pulled out of the contract with the shopping centre owners to build monster tower blocks in our town square

5 November 2018

1,000-strong rally in London this weekend

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