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25 March 2015

TV review: Suffragettes Forever!

Katrine Williams of Cardiff Socialist Party reviews BBC TV's 'Suffragettes Forever! The Story of Women and Power'

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18 March 2015

PM supports wealthy bigot

Tory Prime Minister David Cameron is a big fan of the allegedly violent and notoriously bigoted presenter of BBC's Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson

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photo Paul Mattsson

11 March 2015

How can Russell Brand's call for revolution be achieved?

Everywhere you go, if there is struggle against austerity you'll probably find people talking about Russell Brand. His book Revolution describes itself as "the beginning of a conversation that will change the world"

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12 December 2014

BBC's Question Time

Fight the "pound shop" politicians: The cheers for Russell Brand taking on UKIP leader Nigel Farage were not only in the Question Time audience

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12 November 2014

Them & Us

Cuts without end: Millionaire Chancellor George Osborne boasted to a baying audience at Tory party conference in October that he was slashing an extra 25 billion from public spending and a further 12 billion from welfare payments

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18 September 2014

Scotland Poll: Electric mood among YES supporters

A grassroots "YES info" rally took place all afternoon and into the night on Wednesday mobilising tens of thousands of people to Glasgow's George Square

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15 September 2014

Tommy Sheridan on BBC's Sunday Politics

Tommy Sheridan on the BBC's Sunday Politics - Andrew Neil reduced to sneers.

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31 July 2014

Thousands march against slaughter in Gaza

London: Tens of thousands of people marched through London on Saturday 27 July from the Israeli embassy to Parliament Square, angry at the continued onslaught by the Israeli state on Gaza, writes Chris Newby.

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23 July 2014

Hull: demo against war on Gaza

Over 300 people gathered in Hull to protest at the continued bombing and blockade of Gaza by Israeli armed forces. Speakers described the horrors and oppression experienced on a daily basis in Gaza

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27 June 2014

GMB council workers to join 10 July strike

The GMB said council and school workers voted by three to one to walk out on 10 July over a pay offer worth 1% to most

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14 May 2014

TV review: In the Flesh

Helen Pattison reviews the BBC's 'In the Flesh'

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7 May 2014

More local news coverage for TUSC, but BBC downplays council elections

TUSC's campaign for the council elections taking place on 22 May picked up more coverage this week in local news media

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TUSC against cuts

16 April 2014

Help TUSC offer a no-cuts alternative on 22 May

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition national steering committee has approved a further swathe of no-cuts candidates to stand under the TUSC umbrella in the 22 May local elections. And there is still time for more candidates to come forward

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9 April 2014

Hillsborough tragedy - the final chapter?

'Heartbreak, tributes, tears' was the headline in the Liverpool Echo as the next chapter in the Hillsborough tragedy unfolded, writes Tony Mulhearn.

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19 March 2014

Them & Us

Equally beneficial: Recently released research by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), shows that the ever-greater concentration of wealth and income has hindered economic growth

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5 March 2014

Letter of protest to the BBC

On 25 February the BBC's 6pm news bulletin referred to Militant, the Socialist's predecessor, in its item on PIE

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8 December 2013

MPs' 11% pay rise condemned by Socialist Party

Speaking to the BBC when the proposed 11% pay rise for MPs first caused an outcry in July, Dave Nellist, Socialist Party member and the 'Coventry MP who gave away half his pay' to workers' struggles while representing his constituents, called the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority [Ipsa]

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Locked up for being ill: BBC Panorama

Locked up for being ill: BBC Panorama

2 October 2013

TV review: Locked up for being ill?

A recent BBC Panorama episode, 'Locked up for being ill?', looks at the growing police involvement in supporting people with mental health problems, writes Helen Pattison.

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