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8 December 2021

Building People's Budgets: An alternative to Tory and Labour cuts

As local authorities begin discussing their 2022-23 spending, the scale of cuts being prepared can be seen

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8 December 2021

Hackney TUSC: Hackney needs jobs, homes and services

Fight for a 'needs budget' for Hackney - No cuts! No council tax increases! Get ready to stand anti-cuts council candidates in May 2022

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8 December 2021

Challenge cutters and evictors in Waltham Forest Council

How can we mount a challenge to the cutters and the evictors in Waltham Forest Council? On 5 December, there were people from many different campaigns and trade unions at a meeting organised by the Trade

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8 December 2021

Sandwell bin workers beat Serco and win pay rise

It's a good thing Serco runs refuse centres, because they certainly belong in the trash. This time there's trouble up in Sandwell in the West Midlands, where over 100 refuse workers have been on strike

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1 December 2021

Nottingham and Mansfield trade unions rally against cuts and for better pay

Nottingham and Mansfield Trades Union Council called a demonstration in Nottingham on 27 November on funding of services and public sector pay.

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1 December 2021

Building a political alternative to Tory and Labour cuts

Newham resists cuts: Newham Resists has agreed to campaign for a no-cuts, needs budget to show there is an alternative to the Labour council passing on Tory austerity. Newham Resists is a new coalition.

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24 November 2021

Victory! Hackney children's centres saved

Fernbank and Hillside centres are saved

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24 November 2021

Northampton: Phoney consultation to mask cuts

On 27 October, West Northamptonshire Council held a "spatial options consultation", a convoluted way for the local council to describe the housing crisis

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24 November 2021

Slough: Adult service cuts will leave vulnerable homeless

Organised by GMB union, 50 people protested on 16 November against the closure of adult services in Slough

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24 November 2021

West Sussex: Payouts for council bosses, cuts for us

In 2019-20, the former chief executive of the Tory council in West Sussex received a 265,000 exit package. Financial statements for 2020-21 reveal three more large payouts.

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17 November 2021

Birmingham People's Budget

One Birmingham family - two adults with three children - one with ADHD who needs their own bedroom, are trying to survive in one-bedroom flat

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17 November 2021

Resisting evictions in east London

Already twice we had stopped Waltham Forest resident Nadia Zaman from being evicted (see 'Fighting for a home for Nadia and homes for all' at socialistparty.org.uk)

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17 November 2021

London couriers take action

Striking couriers in the IWGB union drove on their mopeds and bicycles through the streets of Hackney to the council offices on 10 November

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10 November 2021

75 years after the first new town

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the New Towns Act implemented by the post-war Labour government, when on the 11 November 1946, Stevenage was designated Britain's First New Town.

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10 November 2021

Socialist planning to meet housing need

Over a million households sit on council housing waiting lists, and that's only those who are allowed to join the queue

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10 November 2021

Council workers ballot on pay offer that's really a cut

My union branch undertook a survey after 12 months of lockdown. It found that two-thirds of staff were working more than the set 36 hours a week. More than half had experienced stress symptoms, and almost

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3 November 2021

Hackney children's centres: Campaigners see through council deception

Responding to the closure of Fernbank and Hillside children's centres in east London, Hackney Labour mayor Philip Glanville claimed: "If we did not have to do this we wouldn't".

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3 November 2021

East London gentrification plans exposed

All kinds of old buildings get knocked down, tower blocks are thrown up, property developers rub their hands, and the juggernaut of private profit locks out thousands of poor households from decent truly affordable homes, while burdening others in mountainous mortgage debts or sky-high rents.

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27 October 2021

The fight for Hackney's children's centres continues

The fight against the closure of two of Hackney's affordable children's centres, Fernbank and Hillside, continued on Wednesday 20 October

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27 October 2021

Southampton People's budget Building an alternative to Tory and Labour austerity

Local authorities up and down the country, including Southampton, face a financial crisis. The chancellor's budget will do nothing to plug Southampton's budget gap. Already the city council has carried

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