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31 August 2011

A warning from the FE sector - hands off our education!

The academies project was started by Tony Blair's New Labour government, but now the Con-Dems are 'fast tracking' it...

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Socialist Party members sell The Socialist, photo Paul Mattsson

Socialist Party members sell The Socialist, photo Paul Mattsson

23 March 2011

What has socialism got to do with fighting the cuts?

Each week members of the Socialist Party sell copies of the Socialist newspaper at workplaces, colleges, stations, town centres and working class estates all over England and Wales, as well as at protests and meetings...

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No to cuts! Youth Fight for Jobs demonstration, photo by Suzanne Beishon

No to cuts! Youth Fight for Jobs demonstration, photo by Suzanne Beishon

23 February 2011

Hands off our future!

The government has an entire generation in its sights. It is determined to price working class young people out of education. It has voted to triple tuition fees to 9,000 a year, savage funding to universities...

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16 February 2011

UCU members prepare for battle on pensions and pay

Students came onto the streets in their thousands in the closing weeks of 2010 and university occupations sprung up all over the country, writes Dave Beale and Sarah Mayo (UCU, personal capacity).

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15 December 2010

Reports of 'Day X' fees protests

London: On Thursday 9 December, while parliament debated the Con-Dem coalition government's plan to treble university tuition fees, a fifth day of angry protest took place across the country...

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Newcastle student demonstration, photo Ray Smith

Newcastle student demonstration, photo Ray Smith

2 December 2010

Students to shut down education on 'Day X'

Walkouts have been organised by school, college and university students for 9th December - 'Day X' - when the government will be voting on fees.
These walkouts will shut down the education system across Britain in a mass demonstration of opposition against tuition fees and education cuts.

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School and college students protest against higher tuition fees and education cuts, photo Suzanne Beishon

25 November 2010

Student walkouts on 24 November

Last updated 29 Nov Throughout the day students across the country demonstrated, occupied and walked out against the government's attacks on further and higher education, many initiated by Youth Fight for Jobs and Socialist Students.
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2 June 2010

University and Colleges Union: Congress votes to fight

Union (UCU) annual congress have voted overwhelmingly to ballot for industrial action to save jobs, with action expected to take place in the last week of September 2010, writes Edmund Schluessel, Cardiff University UCU, personal capacity.

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5 May 2010

In brief

Celanese Derby: After just three years of ownership, Celanese Corporation have announced the total closure of their plant at Spondon, finishing the last 464 jobs of a once 20,000 strong Derby workforce, writes Graham Lewis, Long Eaton trades council, personal capacity.

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19 January 2010

No business in our education

Comment: I am a student who enrolled on the 'Stepping Stones Employability Skills' course at Leeds City College, Park Lane Campus...

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30 June 2009

Crisis looms in FE colleges

National fight to defend education: FURTHER EDUCATION (FE) colleges across the country are facing a major crisis over the next months and years, writes Paula Mitchell.

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6 May 2009

Keep fighting for further education funding

Wales: Unison and other campus unions in Gorseinon college Swansea are once again having to campaign against the effects of funding cuts, writes Ronnie Job, Unison rep Gorseinon college, personal capacity.

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22 April 2009

Wales FE funding: Victory, but keep the champagne on ice

The Welsh Assembly has performed a partial u-turn on Further Education (FE) funding in Wales, coming up with an additional 8.93 million in an announcement on 15 April, writes Ron Job, Unison steward Gorseinon college, personal capacity.

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25 March 2009

Wales: United battle needed to stop college cuts

Monday morning and the staff of our college gather to hear the principal explain that management will be seeking to identify 800,000 of savings by the end of the academic year (July), writes Ronnie Job, Unison steward, Gorseinon college, personal capacity.

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11 March 2009

No college cuts in Wales

Trade union members of Unison and UCU at Neath/Port Talbot college staged a protest outside the main gate on 4 March to highlight the damage that will be caused by the Welsh Assembly's 1.6 million cut in its budget, writes Alec Thraves.

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12 October 2006

Campaigning in the schools and colleges

"Can I get other people I know involved too?" asked one of the college students who we met at Southwark college. At other colleges where International Socialist Resistance (ISR) and Socialist Students have been meeting, writes Ben Robinson ISR national co-ordimator...

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24 August 2006

Tony Blair takes the biscuit...

Bringing poodle Blair his bone
...so let's give him one at schools and colleges around the country!
Many young people see Tony Blair as a poodle to the foreign policy of warmonger George Bush...

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24 August 2006

Preparing for the new term

SOCIALIST STUDENTS is planning its campaigning activity in colleges and universities across the country for the next term, writes Matt Dobson Socialist Students national co-ordinator.

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23 March 2006

Fight privatisation in universities and colleges

Socialist Students are campaigning for a fighting and democratic NUS...

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