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15 July 2020
'Trans rights are human rights' was one of the chants as 300 trans people and supporters marched from the Forest Recreation Ground to the Old Market Square in Nottingham on 11 July
8 July 2020
Local councils are facing huge financial crises due to Covid-19, on top of government funding cuts since 2010.
18 March 2020
The last day of the current UCU strikes, 13 March, was the last day of the Nottingham University occupation
11 March 2020
On 9 March, students from Nottingham University and Nottingham Trent occupied the Coates Road auditorium at Nottingham Uni in solidarity with the University and College Union (UCU) strike, writes Reece Lawton, Nottingham University Socialist Students.
12 February 2020
A vigil was held in Nottingham on 7 February to remember Errol Graham, who died when the Department for Work and Payments (DWP) stopped his benefit
15 January 2020
20 young people protested outside Barclays bank in Nottingham on 11 January.
13 November 2019
"It was never-ending, there were more and more patients being wheeled in." This was the comment of a man whose 88 year-old mother-in-law spent six-and-a-half hours waiting to be seen at the A&E Unit at Queens Medical Centre (QMC), Nottingham.
18 September 2019
Strikers are determined to defeat the employer's draconian contract - pay cuts for 20% of teachers and savage cuts in conditions
4 September 2019
PCS civil servants' union members at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency are on strike for four weeks from 22 August.
4 September 2019
University and College Union (UCU) members at Nottingham College are to begin 15 days of strike action.
28 August 2019
Selected groups of PCS civil servants' union members at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency are on strike for four weeks. Other members may be called out on strike in September.
28 August 2019
The decades-long Nottinghamshire child abuse scandal and cover-up shows the need to fight public service cuts and for a society that values people, not private profit.
31 July 2019
"The algorithm is pushing out cyclists and favouring motors - pushing us to the back of the queue and damaging the environment"
26 June 2019
More than 80 teachers would be £1,000 worse off in addition to increased teaching hours, removal of workload protections, and cuts in holiday and sick pay
5 June 2019
On 20 May members of the Reverse Mobility Pass Cuts campaign, including the Socialist Party, lobbied the first meeting of the new Nottingham Labour Council. 50 councillors out of 55 are Labour.
31 May 2019
15 May 2019
A private company is taking the NHS to court, because its contract to run Nottingham University Hospital's outpatient-treatment centre was not renewed.
1 May 2019
Ex-Ukip leader Nigel Farage has launched the Brexit Party to fill the vacuum in British politics for a political party with a definite position to leave the EU amid the Tory meltdown over Brexit and Ukip's implosion.
17 April 2019
Deliveroo riders and supporters protested in Nottingham on 13 April at the company's 'roadshow' in the city centre.
20 March 2019
An 'EU - Should We Stay or Should We Go?' debate was organised by Nottingham and Mansfield trade union council. Over 70 people attended the 26 February meeting.
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