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A socialist response to the coronavirus crisis

The Socialist Party’s analysis, working-class demands and frontline reports

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25 March 2020

Construction site bosses put profits first

Construction bosses have been telling workers to go to work despite the health risks

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25 March 2020

We need tests for all now! Nationalise production and research

"Test, test, test" said the World Health Organisation.

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25 March 2020

Coronavirus plunges capitalism into global turmoil

A CWI statement on the new era of upheaval that has opened up and the need for socialism.

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25 March 2020

Coronavirus crisis: Tests, full pay and funding - for all now

The coronavirus crisis has exposed the complete inability of the capitalist market economy, based on profit and competition, to meet the needs of working-class people.

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25 March 2020

Union independence must be maintained - a reply to the TUC

There should be no blurring of class lines

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25 March 2020

Southampton: University workers win full pay for casual staff

All three campus trade unions wrote to the vice-chancellor

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25 March 2020

State intervention shows what is possible

The Tories cut - but now they spend. They privatised - but now they nationalise.

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25 March 2020

Coronavirus: What role could community support groups play?

Many neighbourhoods across Britain are throwing up local solidarity networks to support each other during the pandemic. 'Mutual aid' groups are trying to make sure the elderly and vulnerable still receive supplies, sharing advice and information, and coordinating local efforts.

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25 March 2020

Coronavirus news in brief

Coronavirus news in brief

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25 March 2020

Organising in the workplace in the time of coronavirus

Despite organisational difficulties, trade unions can, and should, continue to function during the course of the corona outbreak. I work for Unite housing workers' trade union branch, writes Nick Auvache.

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24 March 2020

Protest against Facebook censorship

A CWI video has been blocked on Facebook in an act of political censorship.

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23 March 2020

Too little too late

Johnson and Sunak responded to public anger and agreed to pay 80% of the wages of workers who are laid off because of the coronavirus. This will be welcomed by millions, but for workers already struggling to pay the bills, 80% of wages will not be enough to live on.

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20 March 2020

Bexley binworkers' strike wins sick pay from day one

Binworkers working for Serco at Tory-run Bexley council have won a victory

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19 March 2020

The new crisis and its consequences

As global markets reel in the face of the developing coronavirus pandemic it is difficult to see how these events will not be the trigger for a new world capitalist economic downturn, with all its social and political consequences

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19 March 2020

Coronavirus and school closures: what needs to be done now

The government has had to bow to the inevitable and announce the closure of all schools

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18 March 2020

Councils must break austerity rules

Labour councils must lead a fight for the immediate resources needed, linked to reversing all cuts and privatisation

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18 March 2020

Under the microscope: socialist coronavirus news in brief

Stop privatisation preparation; hypocrite Branson's bail-out; Amazon sweats workers; private jet boom

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18 March 2020

Going viral: socialist letters and comments on the coronavirus crisis

The entire capitalist system is being exposed, and workers and communities are organising to respond

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18 March 2020

Bexley bin workers strike over lack of hand sanitiser

Left with no hand sanitiser, yet having to collect everybody's rubbish amid the coronavirus epidemic, they walked out on strike

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18 March 2020

Coronavirus - waste processing employers putting us at risk

"My first reaction was the managers have lost the plot, or buried their heads in the sand"

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