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18 January 2022
9 September 2020
The Welsh government has imposed a lockdown on Caerphilly county as the number of confirmed cases of cases of Covid-19 has risen above 50 per 100,000
5 August 2020
Over 400 GE Aircraft Engine Services workers and supporters marched through Caerphilly
9 October 2019
Unison and GMB trade union banners brightened the rain outside Caerphilly council offices on 3 October. The air rang with chants as waste management workers and their supporters demanded fair play for themselves and five unfairly sacked workmates.
28 November 2018
Islwyn Constituency Labour Party (CLP) has demanded Labour-led Caerphilly Council pass a no-cuts budget.
7 November 2018
Hundreds of people from Blackwood and Pontllanfraith marched to keep open their local leisure centre and swimming pool.
21 February 2018
Campaigners in Pontllanfraith have forced Caerphilly Council to back down on plans to close the leisure centre
21 June 2017
Around 50 UCU union members at Coleg y Cymoedd in Rhondda Cynon Taff and Caerphilly attended picket lines on 15 June as we took strike action against oppressive workloads and to defend quality education
5 April 2017
Letters to the Socialist's editors including Unite elections, NHS, Star Trek, and Welsh trains.
11 January 2017
Socialist Party members and branches raised a record-breaking £140,535 in 2016. This is £17,000 more than we raised in 2015 (which was itself a record year) and the most we have raised in a year since the early 1990s.
13 July 2016
The Welsh Assembly has announced it plans to scrap Thatcher's ruinous 'right to buy' policy in Wales. The Socialist Party welcomes this move - but this alone will not be enough to solve the housing crisis.
11 May 2016
On the surface there has not been a huge change in the political complexion of the Welsh government - Welsh Labour lost just one seat and will be able to hold on as a minority government. But under the surface the election showed how much things have changed in Welsh politics.
14 August 2013
When a byelection came up in the Penyrheol ward of Caerphilly we knew we had to stand and give local people a working class alternative to Tory austerity policies and the failure of Labour and Plaid Cymru to mount any sort of resistance to Westminster's cuts agenda, writes Jaime Davies, Caerphilly TUSC byelection candidate.
2 August 2013
20 February 2013
Over 200 determined campaigners marched through Caerphilly town centre on Saturday 16 February, demanding the return of a local A&E, writes Mariam Kamish.
13 February 2013
Lisa Jones, a health service activist, reports on the campaign in Caerphilly, a story others will identify with
23 January 2013
A man was told that nobody at Ystrad Mynach hospital was qualified to give treatment to his child
18 December 2012
Over 600 council workers protested on Monday and Tuesday against the plan by Labour-controlled Caerphilly council to increase top managers' pay by over 20% while council services and jobs are cut by 10%
5 September 2012
It's Saturday morning in Caerphilly and again Socialist Party campaigners calling for a proper Accident and Emergency department at the newly opened Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr (hospital) are surrounded by an angry crowd, writes Dave Reid.
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