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20 January 2022

10,000 tube workers vote to strike

RMT members working for London Underground have voted overwhelmingly for strike action

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19 January 2022

S Yorks Stagecoach strike results in "huge pay win"

After three-and-a-half weeks of strike action, 560 Stagecoach bus workers across South Yorkshire have voted to accept what their Unite trade union has described as a "huge pay win" of over a 1-an-hour increase, amounting to a 10.7% rise

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19 January 2022

Coventry bin strike continues

Socialist Party members have continued to show support for striking bin workers in Coventry as the Labour council continues its campaign of disinformation and lies about bin workers' pay

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19 January 2022

Want to fight austerity?

Come to the Trade Unionist and Socialist conference:

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19 January 2022

NUS walkout: Organise to fight for free education on 2 March

The National Union of Students has launched its campaign for a 'student strike for education'.

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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.

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Photo: Kuhlmann MSC/CC

Photo: Kuhlmann MSC/CC

19 January 2022

Tories on the ropes - Build a workers' alternative

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.

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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

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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.

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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,

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19 January 2022

Somers Forge workers continue pay strike

Workers at Somers Forge in Halesowen took their fourth day of strike action in their current dispute for a living pay increase - and also the fourth ever in the company's 155-year history!

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19 January 2022

Workplace news in brief

Waltham Forest bin workers in Unite and GMB unions protested on the steps of the town hall on 13 January against bad pay and conditions

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19 January 2022

Pauline Wall memorial meeting

The memorial meeting for lifelong Marxist Pauline Wall will take place on Saturday 29 January, 2pm, Haworth Village Hall, Butt Lane, Haworth, Keighley, West Yorkshire

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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.

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19 January 2022

Demonstrating against the Tory anti-protest bill

As Parliament continues to debate the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, which aims to further restrict the right to protest, demonstrations took place on 15 January around the country.

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19 January 2022

Birmingham: Cuts consultations replaced by computer game

Birmingham City Council traditionally holds public consultations on its annual budget, but for 2022 it has decided to change the format

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19 January 2022

Bournemouth - angry people not represented by capitalist parties

Boscombe is supposedly not fertile ground for socialist values, but at our first Bournemouth Socialist Party campaign stall of the year on 15 January, we talked to many disaffected people on a range of topics - including union rights, issues effecting LGBTQ+ people, housing and homelessness.

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19 January 2022

Theatre: Yes Yes UCS

Interview: Telling the story of the 1971 Upper Clyde Shipbuilders work-in: In June 1971, the privately owned shipyards of Upper Clyde Shipbuilders collapsed into receivership. But instead of accepting redundancy, the large workforce occupied the affected sites and began its famous

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