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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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2 October 2013

TV review: Peaky Blinders

Set in Birmingham in 1919, new BBC drama Peaky Blinders gives a fictionalised account of the criminal outfit of that name in the early 20th century, giving an engaging snapshot of the political situation then, writes Nick Hart, Birmingham Socialist Party.

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19 August 2013

Debating zero-hour contracts on Radio Five

I cannot even plan to go to the pub, so I cannot even start to imagine having responsibility for children while holding a zero-hours contract

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13 July 2013

MPs' pay rise: BBC contrasts socialist MPs' approach

BBC Coventry & Warwickshire highlights that Socialist Party member Dave Nellist only took a worker's wage when he was an MP, and he condemns the rise being given to MPs now

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8 July 2013

Rent arrears grows in Scotland

The cruel, hated bedroom tax is leading to growing rent arrears

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19 June 2013

BBC 'unbalanced' on Liverpool 47

Dave Walsh, organiser of the 'Liverpool 47' events celebrating the 30th anniversary of Liverpool's socialist Labour council from 1983 to 1987, wrote to BBC Northwest recently about their coverage of the events

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28 May 2013

Audio: Liverpool - a city that dared to fight - Peter Taaffe

Interview with Peter Taaffe on Militant, the Labour Party and the struggle of the socialist led council 1983-87 in Liverpool.

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11 April 2013

Peter Taaffe speaks on BBC radio

The Socialist Party's general secretary was interviewed by BBC Radio on whether there should be protests at Thatcher's funeral

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3 April 2013

Workplace News in brief

Thera East Midlands: Joe Warner, the (now former) managing director of Thera East Midlands has resigned. Unison members who are in dispute with the company had been wondering where he was!

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20 March 2013

BBC staff vote in favour of strike action

Members of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) and Bectu at the BBC have voted in favour of strike action in a dispute over job cuts...

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20 February 2013

Workplace news in brief

Education dept strike: PCS members at the Department for Education have voted to strike over a threat to 1,000 jobs and six offices...

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BBC journalists strike, 18.2.13, photo by N Chaffey

18 February 2013

BBC journalists strike against redundancies

Pickets were out early in Southampton as part of a national strike at the BBC over compulsory redundancies

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13 February 2013

Workplace In Brief

Hospital workers fighting massive pay cuts have forced Mid Yorks hospital Trust to extend the deadline for agreeing to new contracts by three weeks so that negotiations can proceed

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12 February 2013

BBC journalists to strike on Monday

BBC NUJ journalists will come out on strike on 18 February, unless the corporation agrees to end compulsory redundancies and redeploy the posts under an agreed scheme

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BBC NUJ strikers, 1.8.11 Sheffield , photo by Andy Kershaw

BBC NUJ strikers, 1.8.11 Sheffield , photo by Andy Kershaw

14 November 2012

Attacks on BBC reach fever pitch

Any sympathy for George Entwistle following his resignation as BBC director general after just eight weeks in the job was tempered by anger at his 450,000 pay-off and estimated 877,000 pension

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31 October 2012

Savile case: How bullies and predators thrived

The revelations about Jimmy Savile's serial sexual assaults and rape of children over decades will disgust many from the 'Jim'll Fix It' generation, writes Eleanor Donne.

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