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19 January 2022

Want to fight austerity?

Come to the Trade Unionist and Socialist conference:

19 January 2022

Tories hand cash to private health profiteers

Nationalise private health and big pharma: Private hospitals are set to receive up to 525 million of public money in a deal negotiated by the Tory Health and Social Care Secretary.

19 January 2022

Tory vaccine sacking threat set to deepen NHS staffing crisis

86,000 NHS staff face the sack in April if they do not have the Covid-19 vaccine.

19 January 2022

Tories on the ropes - Build a workers' alternative

Photo: Kuhlmann MSC/CC

The future of Boris Johnson as PM hangs by a thinner and thinner thread, following the revelations of Downing Street parties and the backdrop of the cost of living crisis.

19 January 2022

No trust in Tories to keep us safe

For democratic workers' control of Covid safety: The self-isolation period after a positive Covid test has been reduced from seven days to five, with negative lateral flow tests on days five and six

19 January 2022

Employers use vaccine excuse to attack sick pay

Ikea has become the latest company to cut sick pay for unvaccinated workers who need to self-isolate because of Covid, and in some cases for workers who test positive.

19 January 2022

News in brief

299 million of PPE brought by the government during the pandemic has gone out of date. The early days of the pandemic were marked by health and care workers' struggles for face masks and other PPE. Now,

19 January 2022

Mutual aid, the welfare state and the fight for a new mass workers' party

The Covid pandemic and its effects have deepened an already existing social crisis. Ravaged by years of cuts and privatisation, public services have been unable to meet the needs of working-class communities.

12 January 2022

Super-rich get richer, while we can't make ends meet. Join the fightback!

The richest 1% of households were getting richer even before the pandemic, taking their average wealth to 3.66 million. The wealth gap has widened further since.

12 January 2022

Low pay, stress and Covid drive: NHS staff crisis

Over 20 NHS trusts have declared critical incidents amidst staff shortages.

12 January 2022

Covid, stress and cutbacks fuel school staff shortages

Covid is running rampant and unchecked through many schools

12 January 2022

Blow to establishment as jury backs Colston Four

There were jubilant scenes outside Bristol Crown Court as the four were cleared

12 January 2022

Energy price crisis: nationalise energy giants to save us from 600 hit

The energy price cap is expected to increase by over 50%

12 January 2022

Energy bosses: 'Jump, cuddle and eat porridge while we raise prices'

Struggling to pay your energy bills? The obvious solutions; a pay rise, decent pensions and benefits, bringing energy back into public ownership...

12 January 2022

Tories concede under cladding pressure but don't go far enough

Tory Housing Minister Michael Gove's recent announcement that he will make the property developers pay for unsafe cladding is in part a response to the scandal that has engulfed the industry post-Grenfell

12 January 2022

Shameless Johnson partied through lockdown

The proverb 'do as I say, not as I do' could have been written by Tory PM Boris Johnson during the course of the Covid pandemic.

6 January 2022

Tories' cost of living squeeze - Build workers' fightback


This year is set to inflict more pain on working-class people as rising costs outstrip incomes, meaning real-terms pay cuts. The average pay deal last year was worth just 2%, and a survey of employers found they were only planning 2.5% raises this year.

6 January 2022

Union action needed for Covid safety

As we head into a new term, teachers are just as unimpressed by the Department for Education's performance as ever

6 January 2022

NHS Covid staff crisis

The number of NHS trusts which have declared critical incidents because of Covid staff shortages is into double figures and rising


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