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18 November 2015
Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Secure hospital strike, sacked university rep reinstated, defend victimised CWU reps.
10 June 2015
Cash for iPads: In the run-up to the general election, 60 MPs went on a spending spree claiming £70,000 expenses on iPads and computer laptops shortly before the deadline blocking such purchases
8 May 2015
In spite of the virtual media black-out for TUSC, which belied the promises made by media spokespeople before the election campaign started, encouraging results for TUSC are being reported
15 April 2015
This year's TUSC parliamentary and local election challenge in Liverpool will be spearheaded by former members of the 1983-87 Labour Council who defied Margaret Thatcher's government, built 5,000 homes and created thousands of jobs and apprenticeships in the city
11 June 2014
Sun don't shine: The Sun newspaper continues to attract deserved opprobrium from those affected by the 1989 Hillsborough stadium disaster when 96 Liverpool FC fans died
23 April 2014
'A day of coming together in unity': The sun shone down on 15 April 1989. Little did Liverpool FC football fans heading for a cup semi-final know the sun would soon turn into the darkest night of their soul
9 October 2013
Unite initiated a demo in Liverpool against the far right
6 September 2013
At the Adelphi hotel: An anti-austerity attendance of 800-plus. An atmosphere of expectation for a fighting programme of action to defeat the Con-Dems...
4 September 2013
The TUC Congress of 2012 agreed to look seriously at the feasibility of the organisation of a one-day general strike, so Merseyside TUC started work mobilising and organising both within Merseyside and speaking out to our sister county TUCs across the North West, writes Alec McFadden, NW TUC JCC Rep.
5 August 2013
Mirror article reports how local community tries to stop eviction of foster care mum in Kirkby, Merseyside.
10 July 2013
Iain Duncan Smith recently declared the bedroom tax had proven to be "a great success"
8 July 2013
A press release from Merseyside Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC).
3 July 2013
22 May 2013
'How can the person responsible for driving through this evil bedroom tax look at himself in the mirror every day?', writes Tony Mulhearn, Liverpool Socialist Party.
22 May 2013
Around 40 delegates gathered at the Unite union building in Liverpool on 18 May to set up a federation to coordinate anti-bedroom tax groups across Merseyside, writes Andy Ford.
11 April 2013
The Socialist Party's general secretary was interviewed by BBC Radio on whether there should be protests at Thatcher's funeral
22 March 2013
New Technology and Globalisation - can a capitalist slump be avoided? is an answer to criticisms of the Socialist Party's position on a number of key issues facing the workers' movement in Britain and internationally.
As well as globalisation, new technology and perspectives for the world capitalist economy, we also touch on the trade unions, the character and methods of building a revolutionary party and a number of other important issues.
20 March 2013
The North West TUC met on 9 March at a crucial time for the trade union movement. Motion after motion spelt out the miseries of poverty, austerity, cuts and privatisation.
22 February 2013
The election of Peter Glover to a vacant NUT executive seat is a victory for the union's left and for all calling for action to defeat Gove's attacks
24 September 2012
As recently reported in the Socialist, Knowsley's 100% Labour-run council plans to become a "commissioning council". Commissioning is privatisation!
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