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7 November 2012
The announcement that we're out of recession is laughable for most people. The 1% growth must be a misprint as the only growth working class people see is in the income of the 1%
19 October 2012
In a week that saw redundancies announced in Hull at two companies, Seven Seas and McCain Foods, over 300 angry Hull City Council workers rallied outside the Guildhall at the start of a campaign to oppose the latest round of cuts in council jobs and services
3 October 2012
Southampton: Nick Chaffey, Southampton Socialist Party, wrote the following letter to the Independent in reply to an article by Owen Jones...
26 September 2012
'Because you have all done so well, we are going to give you some more cuts to carry out'. This was the message from Local Government Minister Eric Pickles to a recent meeting of the Local Government Association...
24 September 2012
On Saturday 22 September over 300 trade unionists and service users marched through Hull to protest against £99 million worth of cuts to the Hull and East Riding NHS trust
12 September 2012
Striking workers at the Cranswick Foods meat processing factory at Preston near Hull have won a temporary reprieve from brutal new working conditions
8 October 2011
Flying in the face of some misleading newspaper reports, 1,000 people have marched in Yorkshire in support of the Jarrow march
5 October 2011
BAE Systems intends to cut 3,000 of its 40,000 UK jobs. Apparently this is necessary for BAE to "ensure its long-term future", while the futures of the estimated 5,700 affected workers look bleak.
6 July 2011
The 30 June coordinated strike action by the PCS civil service union and NUT, ATL and UCU teaching unions was a historic event
8 June 2011
The heroic struggle of engineering construction workers locked out from the BP Saltend bioethanol plant, near Hull, has ended, writes Alistair Tice.
29 May 2011
The heroic struggle by engineering construction workers locked out from work on the bioethanol plant at BP Saltend near Hull has ended after nearly three months
27 April 2011
Round the country: Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts (TUSC) candidates in Bristol are standing in 16 seats across Bristol in the local elections...
5 April 2011
On Wednesday 6 April, hundreds of engineering construction workers at several sites around the country will be taking strike action in solidarity with the 400 Redhall workers locked out from BP Saltend, Hull. An edited version of this article appeared in The Socialist.
30 March 2011
In a magnificent show of determination and solidarity, at 6am on Monday 28 March, 800 construction workers and other trade unionists assembled outside the gates of the Saltend con≠struction site near Hull...
16 March 2011
400 engineering construction workers have been locked out from work since 14 March at BP Saltend near Hull. An edited version of this article appeared in the Socialist.
9 March 2011
Welcome to Hull - capital of youth unemployment. Where 50% of young men leave school without a single A*-C grade GCSE. Where chlamydia, gonorrhoea and teenage pregnancy are at the highest levels in the...
3 March 2011
Reports from around the UK: Thousands of people demonstrated against cuts last week, as shown in these reports in this week's issue of the Socialist from Hull, Camden, Lambeth, Haringey, Lewisham, Birmingham, Swansea and Bradford
26 January 2011
Haringey: On Monday 17 January, 1,500 people marched against cuts in Haringey in a protest called by Unite, Unison, UCATT and NUT union branches...
24 January 2011
Around 400 council workers from Unison, Unite, GMB and UCATT joined the 'Hull against the Cuts' lobby of Lib Dem controlled Hull City Council on Thursday 20 January
19 January 2011
Pensions ballot: Teachers' union NUT members are participating in a survey about action over pensions. The education department is threatening to increase contributions from 6.4% to as much as 10% of salary. The NUT executive...
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