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28 July 2021

Nationality and borders bill

Only those coming via 'safe and legal' routes will be considered for asylum.

28 July 2021

Unite to fight Tory pay insults

The Tories' 3% pay offer is a direct attack on the NHS. It shows the contempt the government has for the health service and its staff. 3% is simply not enough, and makes it clear that the government does

28 July 2021

'Pingdemic' exemptions

The rows of empty supermarket shelves, missed bin collections and lists of cancelled train services have proved what socialists have been saying all along

28 July 2021

Tories and Labour fail on child poverty

Vast inequalities in the UK are predicted to worsen during the long, post-pandemic recovery, entrenching child poverty across the UK

14 July 2021

Trade unions must continue the fight for Covid safety

While the Tories are rushing to dump all safety measures, employers still have a legal duty to protect workers from harm

14 July 2021

Keep the Universal Credit uplift

20 can be the difference between stocked-up cupboards, electricity on the meter, or travel.

14 July 2021

Kick out the privatisers - Fight for a 15% Pay rise

The Tories are attempting to push their latest attacks through parliament

14 July 2021

We cannot trust this government over Covid

Confusion over rules and guidance, and a well-earned distrust of government actions have reigned throughout the Covid pandemic.

14 July 2021

Farewell Leicester Square - the story of Britain's first black bus driver

Farewell Leicester Square tells the story of Joe Clough - Britain's first black bus driver. It opens in Jamaica, where Joe was born and began his career as a driver working on horse-drawn carriages.

14 July 2021

LGBTQ+ workers' charter

LGBTphobia - discrimination, oppression, harassment and bullying of LGBTQ+ people - impacts the lives of every LGBTQ+ person

14 July 2021

Scrap the privatising health and care bill

For a publicly funded, democratically run, NHS: The Tories are in the process of forcing their new health and care bill through parliament, despite opposition from NHS campaigners and trade unionists

14 July 2021

Tories threaten to axe free prescriptions for older workers

Nearly four million people in England who currently qualify for free prescriptions face paying 9.35 per item if the Tories carry out their plan to raise the qualification age from 60 to 66.

14 July 2021

Defend the triple lock - Fight to end poverty pensions

More than 2.1 million British pensioners are living in poverty after paying housing costs, a rise of 200,000 on the previous year, and the highest for 15 years

14 July 2021

Wealth chasm widens

The rich have got richer during the pandemic. For those who own expensive property or other assets, they have seen a big jump in their family wealth, widening the already existing wealth chasm. The continued

7 July 2021

COP26: Socialist change to end the climate crisis

An unprecedented heatwave in Canada and the US Pacific north west has left hundreds dead and caused wildfires.

7 July 2021

Fight is on to save our NHS


Thousands of NHS workers, in dozens of towns and cities, protested on Saturday 3 July against the Tories' insulting 1% pay offer. Just days later, on 5 July, it was announced that workers in the NHS will be awarded the George Cross medal. Not something that will pay the bills for the thousands of nurses who are forced to visit food banks.

7 July 2021

Manchester death rate caused by deprivation

The Covid-19 death rate is 25% higher in Greater Manchester than in the rest of England. Average life expectancy has fallen by 1.6 years for men and 1.2 for women, an even bigger fall than the average

5 July 2021

Tories deliver second slap in the face to NHS workers

Protest at parliament to stop the Tories' Health and Care bill
On Saturday in towns and cities all over the country NHS workers were joined by their local communities at protests to defend the NHS and for a decent pay rise

5 July 2021

Batley & Spen byelection: Another condemnation of Starmer's New Labour

Labour's vote fell by more than 9,000 from the last election and by 16,500 from 2017

1 July 2021

Preparing for struggle in post-Covid Britain

Far from an era of sustained economic upswing, social peace and a Tory ascendency opening up for post-Covid Britain, the prospects ahead are for heightened class conflict and turbulent political times.


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