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17 February 2021

Boot private companies out of our NHS

Despite the recently leaked government draft white paper suggesting reversing "controversial privatisation policies" introduced in 2012, private healthcare operators continue to gorge on the NHS.

16 February 2021

Sham inquiry into 'progressive extremism'

The BLM protests and school strikes on the climate have been portrayed as some kind of 'Marxist conspiracy'.

10 February 2021

Question mark over AstraZeneca's vaccine to protect against new Covid variant

The Johnson government's much-trumpeted Covid vaccine roll-out programme has taken a knock.

10 February 2021

Black Workers' Charter: A programme to fight racism

The demands needed to fight for the rights of black and Asian people, and for an end to racial discrimination.

10 February 2021

Covid and pregnancy

Expecting a baby should be an exciting time for parents. However, for many the past year of the Covid pandemic has dampened what should have been a joyous occasion.

10 February 2021

London fire victims lobby Tory mayoral candidate

When Tory London mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey tweeted his opposition to a levy on building firms to solve the desperate problem of flammable cladding, residents in housing with unsafe cladding, and those already victims of fires, were furious and organised a virtual lobby

10 February 2021

Tories admit market failure - we want our NHS back!

In the middle of the Covid pandemic, a leaked government draft white paper has revealed the Tories' plans to reorganise the NHS in England

10 February 2021

Big Energy piles on the misery

Energy regulator Ofgem has raised the price cap on what gas and electricity companies can charge 15 million households by between 87 and 96 a year (1,156 or 1,138) - a 9% increase - from 1 April

10 February 2021

News in brief

UK companies still operating final salary (or 'defined-benefit') pension schemes are anticipated to receive a 60 billion windfall as pension liabilities are expected to fall due to the impact of the pandemic on life expectancy

3 February 2021

Project or Party?

Socialism Today issue 245

Jeremy Corbyn, just a year ago the left Labour leader and now suspended from sitting as a Labour MP, has launched a new Peace and Justice Project. Does it match up to the tasks facing the workers' movement?

3 February 2021

Workers' rights and safety: Trade union mobilisation could force more Tory U-turns

The Tories U-turned over their proposed review of employment laws and regulations

3 February 2021

A tragically missed opportunity

Peter Taaffe reviews the book by Owen Jones: 'This Land - the Story of a Movement'

3 February 2021

Socialist Students open letter to Rent Strike network

Building the fightback for free education

3 February 2021

New anti-protest law: State forces want more power to crush the protests that are coming

The Tories are widening their attack on our democratic right to protest.

3 February 2021

Launching a political alternative to cuts, poverty and job losses

TUSC conference: Councils are facing a new, Covid-driven cash crisis - a financial 'black hole' of up to 2.2 billion, along with an average 5% increase in council tax and other increased service charges.

3 February 2021

Children in care: Privatisation is not working

Many people would think that children, who are in the care of a local authority, would be safe, well cared for and free from the risks of sexual or criminal exploitation

3 February 2021

Multimillion-pound rental firm demands thousands from homeless asylum seeker

A property firm with turnover in the millions is pursuing a campaigning asylum seeker for thousands through the courts. We say: Defend Lawanya - fight for tenants' rights!

3 February 2021

Covid outbreak at Kent asylum detention centre: Napier is not fit for purpose

The dilapidated Napier army barracks in Folkestone became the home of 400 asylum seekers five months ago

27 January 2021

Schools: 'We have to fight for everything'

Two teachers explain the ongoing struggles.

27 January 2021

Overwhelmed, underfunded, underpaid, and still fighting for safe PPE

On the front line we're seeing whole wards being wiped out with staff sickness. In my own trust, at the start of January, there was approximately 9% staff absence.


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