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18 April 2018

Hull says no to war, no to austerity

Around 200 people turned out at short notice in Hull on 14 April to protest against the bombing of Syria

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11 April 2018

May elections: a chance to fight attacks on health and social care

Here's how councils can stop health cuts: Too often, councils will wring their hands and pass the buck when it comes to standing up to Tory plans for our NHS

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11 April 2018

Socialist Party meeting to discuss fightback against cuts to women's services

On 8 April around 20 members of the Socialist Party who are involved or want to be involved in fighting the attacks on women's and domestic violence services met up to discuss the next steps for this struggle

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11 April 2018

A socialist approach to Corbyn and a customs union

Pete Watson, from Nottingham Socialist Party branch, takes up some of the issues raised in the editorials of issues 984 and 985 of the Socialist, which commented on Jeremy Corbyn's February speech on Brexit. Pete's points are followed by a reply from Socialist Party executive committee member Judy Beishon.

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11 April 2018

Taking the anti-austerity message to the chancellor's back yard

In one of the best local demos for many years, Surrey County Unison members turned out, alongside others

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10 April 2018

Alienation and austerity behind London deaths - fight for socialism

Grief, anger and fear. These have been the dominant feelings in many working class communities, especially in London, following the deaths of a number of young people

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Tories out!

4 April 2018

Fight the Tory enemy

Why isn't the scandal of children going hungry on every front page, rather than the false antisemitism claims of the politicians responsible for it? End austerity - challenge racism - defend Corbyn - stand firm against the Blairites

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28 March 2018

For Whom the School Bell Tolls: Our kids or the Tories?

Like the NHS and council services, public state education in primary, secondary, special schools and colleges is facing a dire crisis

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23 March 2018

For a fighting, democratic Labour Party

Labour's left has been strengthened since the general election but its pro-capitalist wing remains intact and still wields considerable power.

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21 March 2018

Passing the council cuts test

The age of austerity has claimed its first failing local authority, Northamptonshire, but it won't be the last. Councils in England overspent their services budgets by 901mn in 2016-17.

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14 March 2018

Spring Statement 2018: Tory austerity staggers on despite economic and political weakness

The chancellor betrayed no sign that the agony wracking austerity Britain crossed his mind

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14 March 2018

Swansea Labour council votes for cuts

Swansea's Labour-controlled council has passed a 28 million cuts budget for 2018-19, as well as voting through projected cuts of a further 70 million over the next three years.

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14 March 2018

Profits up Wages down

After congratulating themselves on nominally bringing the British state's finances out of the red - by plundering working class purses - the Tories sat down to vote on cutting provision of school meals and childcare.

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7 March 2018

Snow chaos showed the bosses' coldness - but also workers' grit

The snow has now mostly melted away. But the chaos is still fresh in our minds

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7 March 2018

May's EU speech kicks the can down the road

The closing line of Theresa May's speech - "now let's get on with it" - will have led to jeers of frustration from any workers listening.

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7 March 2018

Toys R Us, Maplin: worsening retail crisis claims more jobs

Trade unions must fight for public ownership: Big high street retailers Toys R Us and Maplin have gone under, with a number of other familiar names like Mothercare rumoured to follow

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28 February 2018

'Anti-austerity' Bristol Labour passes 34 million cuts budget

A legal no-cuts budget has even been urged on the mayor by the elected bodies of his own party - yet he still parrots lies about 'illegality' and claims to be powerless in the face of cuts

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21 February 2018

Blairite mayor faces open election after democratic 'irregularities' - fight for a no-cuts mayor

Hated Newham mayor Robin Wales, the Labour right-winger who's held onto power for 23 years, is finally facing an open election

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