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28 May 2014
Labour dominated Nottingham council issued a claim for a suspended possession order for a bedroom tax tenant who was less than four weeks in arrears
26 March 2014
As part of a series of articles celebrating the 30th anniversary of the 1984 miners' strike, we have two reminiscences by ex-miners who were among the 500 miners who joined the Militant, the forerunner of the Socialist Party
5 March 2014
It came as no surprise to campaigners and trade unionists in Hull that the Labour council passed a budget which will mean cuts of £48 million to services over the next two years, with a loss of up to 500 jobs
20 November 2012
Workers at three factories have walked out in immediate and angry response to an attack by Crown on the pension scheme
5 September 2012
A fight is on to save a small community hospital in the ex-mining town of Kirkby-in-Ashfield
25 July 2012
Kirkby Hospital in Nottinghamshire provides valuable care to, among others, dementia and stroke patients. Now it is proposed that these and other services are moved to other nearby hospitals, writes Karen Seymour.
3 March 2011
Home Office: Civil service union PCS is balloting its members in the Home Office over job cuts and the sacking of two union reps on trumped-up charges...
16 February 2011
Nottinghamshire county council Unison is balloting for strike action against the Tory administration of councillor Kay Cutts, writes By a Unison member.
15 September 2010
A CAMPAIGN group has been fighting to save The Big House, in Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire, which provided short-term respite care for families of young people with very challenging behaviour and learning difficulties, writes Karen Seymour.
16 June 2010
The Big House, in Edwinstowe, North Nottinghamshire, provides short-term respite care for families of autistic young people with behaviour and learning difficulties, writes Karen Seymour.
24 February 2010
Around 150 people gathered in Mansfield Market Place to show their opposition to Nottinghamshire County Council axing £28.7 million from its budget this year and cutting several hundred jobs, writes Karen Seymour, Mansfield and North Derbyshire Socialist Party.
2 December 2009
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE STOP the BNP (NSBNP) has organised a Unity Rally in Nottingham on 5 December against a planned 'protest' in the city by the nationalist, racist English Defence League (EDL), Nottingham Socialist Party members write.
Where the EDL has reared its head in other cities, it has been opposed by local community activists, trade unionists and anti-racist campaigners.
3 November 2009
Workers in the unions Unite and the GPMU stopped production at Crown Aerosols UK in Sutton in Nottinghamshire on 19 October, writes Socialist Party reporters.
12 August 2009
No to racism and fascism: THE BNP has lost its seat in Brinsley, their only seat on Broxtowe Borough Council, Nottinghamshire.
16 July 2008
Nottinghamshire Stop the BNP campaign was set up about a year ago, after the election of a BNP councillor (subsequently expelled from the BNP) onto Broxtowe Borough Council in May 2007, writes Ben Robinson.
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