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3 March 2021

Not a budget for the working class!

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.

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3 March 2021

Labour surrenders to Tories in Devon

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.

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3 March 2021

'Casino capitalism' - driving another potential financial Armageddon

Across the globe at least 2.4 million people have now died from contracting Covid-19. Livelihoods have been wrecked and economies have crashed, with the world economy shrinking by over 4%

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3 March 2021

Public sector workers respond to the budget

"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.

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International Women's Day rally

International Women's Day rally, Sunday 7th March, 3pm. Click here for Facebook and Zoom links.

2 March 2021

International Women's Day rally, Sunday 7th March, 3pm. Click here for Facebook and Zoom links.

International Women's Day rally, Sunday 7th March, 3pm. Click here for Facebook and Zoom links.

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24 February 2021

Where's the road map to jobs and wages Boris?


Trade unions must fight for lives and livelihoods
Johnson's 'cautious' road map to reopen society from lockdown in England - after over 120,000 Covid deaths and a massive hit to incomes - won't lead to the needed restoration and improvement in living standards.

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24 February 2021

Starmer's speech a return to New Labour

Keir Starmer's speech contained virtually no policy proposals. But it hammered home his message that the Corbyn era is over.

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24 February 2021

Facebook v Australian government: nationalise the bosses' media!

In a fit of pique, tech baron Mark Zuckerberg purged all news from Australian Facebook feeds. But while Australia's right-wing Liberal government poses as defender of the little guy, this is really a battle between competing media billionaires.

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24 February 2021

Liverpool Unite branch supports 'no cuts' budget strategy

On Friday 19 February, the branch meeting of Liverpool Unite union voted to refuse to endorse any of Labour's prospective Liverpool mayoral candidates

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24 February 2021

Film Review: The White Tiger

The White Tiger, a film based on the bestselling novel by Aravind Adiga, depicts the story of a young man's bid to overcome caste and social oppressions to become a self-made person.

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24 February 2021

Tories tout toilet tensions

The Tory government has opened a call for evidence regarding the availability of men's and women's toilet facilities

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24 February 2021

Pride flag is about unity in struggle

'Rainbow capitalism' is the term given to the corporate bandwagon-jumping of brands using the iconic gay pride symbol - the rainbow flag - to decorate their products during 'Pride season'

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24 February 2021

Social care: End privatisation and let workers decide how it's run

When Boris Johnson became prime minister in July 2019, he promised to "fix the crisis in social care once and for all"

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24 February 2021

Vaccine algorithm can't solve capitalist inequality

Eleven months after coronavirus restrictions came into force in England, another 800,000 people are being informed by the government that they need to 'shield' as they are at an increased risk of dying from the effects of the virus

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Socialism Today issue 246

23 February 2021

The struggle needs an electoral arm

Hannah Sell looks at the vital question of the struggle for working-class political representation and the approaches currently been taken.

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20 February 2021

Latest podcast - How can we fight racism and capitalism today?

Black and Asian people have been disproportionately affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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18 February 2021

West London Socialist Party: Mars awaits? Capitalism's designs on the cosmos

If you're interested in attending, please email [email protected] two days in advance, to be sent details of how to participate online.

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