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14 September 2021
8 September 2021
Schools face a special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) funding crisis, a £1 billion shortfall in funding
30 June 2021
In these days of deskilling and constant attacks on workers' pay and conditions, it came as an unusual surprise when our shift supervisor informed us that management would like to thank us for our efforts in hitting the monthly budget for the first time ever (production is still in its early stages
23 June 2021
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) All-Britain Steering Committee is calling on all local TUSC groups, individual members, supporters and affiliated groups in areas where they are active, to begin to lay plans for the year ahead - focusing on local 'People's Budget' campaigns.
5 May 2021
The private sector vampires are sucking in NHS resources at an increasing rate. Over the last decade, more than £96 billion of health service funding has been handed over to non-NHS care providers, including
17 March 2021
The problem with soundbites is that people have a habit of remembering them. Like Boris Johnson promising us a 'world beating' test, track and trace system.
17 March 2021
Last March, Doncaster Council's Labour group passed a three-year council budget which included a 'budget gap' of £17.7 million
10 March 2021
Reading the headlines about Tory Chancellor Rishi Sunak's budget, some working-class people may have let out a small sigh of relief that at least the furlough scheme and the £20 increase in Universal Credit are continuing for a few more months
5 March 2021
Sunak's 2021 budget was a budget for the bosses. The working class has no alternative but to organise and fight back.
3 March 2021
A social tsunami threatens Britain. Two million workers are already on the dole and five million more on furlough, facing an uncertain future when the scheme ends. But the Tories are intent on bailing out the rich.
3 March 2021
Devon County Council majority Tory group has passed a budget with a 4.99% rise in the council tax. This is the maximum allowed under government rules, and is a tax that hits those on low incomes.
3 March 2021
"The financial outlook is volatile." This (under)statement, in Essex County Council's budget document for 2021, could be the strapline for the future of all local government services.
24 February 2021
On Friday 19 February, the branch meeting of Liverpool Unite union voted to refuse to endorse any of Labour's prospective Liverpool mayoral candidates
6 January 2021
Nottingham's Labour Council faces a decisive choice: whether it defends services, jobs and terms and conditions, or implements major cuts.
2 December 2020
Chancellor Sunak's spending review should be a wake-up call to the trade union leaders. Even from the capitalists' point of view there was no immediate need to impose a pay freeze on 1.5 million public sector workers.
1 July 2020
The Covid-19 crisis has pushed councils up and down the country into a new financial crisis.
24 June 2020
Boris Johnson has announced the merging of the Department for International Development into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
24 March 2020
Back in the mists of time, on 6 March, in the days before Coronavirus was dominating everything, local residents in Newham came together to organise opposition to the budget that had just been agreed by the Labour council
14 March 2020
The measures announced by the Tories, in the budget and subsequently, are utterly insufficient to limit the spread of Covid-19.
11 March 2020
Ask any Swansea resident about the state of social care, education and refuse collection and they will tell you the real story, writes Gareth Bromhall, acting secretary of Swansea Trade Union Council.
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