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30 January 2019

Liverpool Travelodge digger wrecking

Footage of a disgruntled construction worker, owed 600 by his employer, smashing the reception of a newly built Liverpool Travelodge with his digger has gone around the world. It has attracted humorous comments, condemnation and some sympathy.

30 January 2019

Fresh inquest into killer air pollution: nationalise energy and public transport!

The family of nine-year-old Ella Roberta have been allowed to apply for a new inquest into the wrongful death of their daughter.

30 January 2019

Tory on homeless: "tear down these tents"

We say: tear down the Tory government!: Cardiff Tory councillor Kathryn Kelloway has sparked outrage by calling on social media for the tents of homeless people in the city to be torn down.

23 January 2019

Them & Us

Davos special! The World Economic Forum will see the planet's billionaires gather again

23 January 2019

Wales is Europe's prisoner capital: capitalist cutters' crimes to blame

A socialist justice system would have rehabilitation and protection, not profit, as its goal

23 January 2019

Racist jobs discrimination same for 50 years - unions must fight for jobs for all

Black and Asian workers in Britain have to send almost twice as many job applications before we get a positive response

23 January 2019

Duke's car crash: one law for them and another for us

While it's unlikely one of us would be allowed on the road at 97 after such recklessness, the Duke of Edinburgh needn't worry about the consequences

23 January 2019

Nationalise big pharma: end this profit-driven NHS crisis

NHS faces drug price hikes: Instead of subsidising their profits with tax breaks, they should be nationalised under democratic workers' control and management

23 January 2019

Corbyn: stand firm for a general election

Tory government in extremis - workers' action needed to kick them out! It is urgent that Corbyn and the unions call a mass campaign for a general election

16 January 2019

30% of English secondaries in deficit

Almost one in three council-maintained English secondary schools were in budget deficit in 2017-18, according to damning new figures

16 January 2019

Robbing the working class

The fundamental problem with Universal Credit is austerity

16 January 2019

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another for the rest of us. Cancer waiting times; outsourcing explosion; tube pollution; Universal Credit

16 January 2019

After Grenfell, thousands still in high-rise firetrap blocks

Cladding off now! Landlords and Tories must pay! Across England, 437 high-rise buildings are still covered in combustible cladding

15 January 2019

May facing Brexit vote catastrophe



Corbyn must put workers' movement on a war footing!



The Tories are at each other's throats - now let's get them out!

9 January 2019

For a socialist alternative to the Tory deal and bosses' EU


Parliament reconvened after the Christmas break with no let-up in the government's crisis over the coming Brexit vote.

9 January 2019

Javid's migrant 'emergency'

Home Secretary Sajid Javid declared the rising numbers of migrants attempting to cross the Channel in small boats an "emergency" over Christmas. He held a conference call with officials from the Border Force, Immigration Enforcement, and National Crime Agency.

9 January 2019

'Fat Cat Friday' shows where all the money's gone

I hadn't even received my first paycheque of the new year when the average chief executive of a FTSE 100 company had already 'earned' more than my entire annual salary - in less than three days!

9 January 2019

What we saw

Press coverage for Socialist Party campaigns in Southampton and East London

9 January 2019

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us including millionaire Miliband and the Queen's golden piano.

9 January 2019

Death in a doorway: struggle can end homelessness

Joby Sparrey died on Christmas Day in the doorway of a shop in Malvern, Worcestershire. Brays is a long-established shop with large doorways so he was probably able to stretch out to sleep.


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