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11 July 2018
Among the latest victims are almost 600 retail workers employed by Calvetron Brands, many in department stores. Hardly a day goes by in 2018 without more news of woes on the high street.
6 June 2018
Nationalise rail - don't delay!: Northern rail cancelled more than 250 trains entirely on 29 May. Where trains run at all they have been up to two hours late.
30 May 2018
The surge in support for Corbyn's radical programme at last year's general election and the collapse of Carillion has led to a widespread discussion around public ownership and nationalisation.
30 May 2018
The Welsh government has announced, with great fanfare, handing the new £5 billion Wales and Borders rail franchise to multinational corporation KeolisAmey.
30 May 2018
Toxic air is so bad in London that school students are exposed to higher levels inside their lessons than outside on the street or in the playground, according to a study for the mayor of London.
28 February 2018
A reestablishment of a version of the lost "socialist clause" in Labour's constitution would help the process of transformation, if it was a serious programme rather than an empty symbol
14 February 2018
Only mass mobilisation can prevent capitalist sabotage and guarantee workers' democracy: Fight for public ownership under democratic workers' control and management, with compensation to owners only on the basis of proven need
31 January 2018
A demonstration called by the transport union RMT took place outside Liverpool Town Hall ahead of a meeting of Merseyrail stakeholders on 25 January to show the incredible public support in favour of keeping the guards on Merseyrail trains
24 January 2018
Outsourcing, PFI, privatisation, as in Carillion, is 'reverse socialism'. It is nothing other than a highly efficient wealth transfusion system. We need a movement to kick out these profiteers from public services
1 January 2018
The capitalist press regales us daily with a blizzard of facts which unconsciously indict their profit-driven system and their callous political representatives, the Tory government of Theresa May.
13 December 2017
Toys R Us plans to close a third of its stores. Asda wants to downgrade hundreds of shopfloor supervisors. Britain's largest tobacco distributor Palmer & Harvey has gone into administration.
3 November 2017
Derek Robinson, one of the most famous trade unionists of the 1970s, has died aged 90
18 October 2017
This brutal, broken Tory government is limping. May's premiership hangs by a thread
18 October 2017
Theatre: We're Still Here: Under the threat of closure, the steel workers - but not the pensioners - were forced to vote for one of two options, either of which meant a cut in pensions. 'We're Still Here' dramatises the effect of this threat on the workers.
11 October 2017
Crowds poured into Manchester Cathedral on 2 October to see the shadow chancellor John McDonnell at a free event.
6 October 2017
A trade dispute is threatening thousands of Bombardier jobs in Northern Ireland.
28 September 2017
There is still massive uncertainty over the future of the Port Talbot plant and others
6 September 2017
The European Single Market is a major barrier to any incoming socialist or anti-austerity government
29 August 2017
"The Labour Party's announcement that it wants the UK to remain within all the EU's structures ... is the best news to come out of British politics in a long time", said a FT editorial.
8 August 2017
The Tories and media are trying to conduct a scare campaign, rehearsing the shop-worn theme of 'chaos', linking Jeremy Corbyn to the current turmoil in Venezuela
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