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17 February 2020
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
27 January 2020
15 January 2020
20 young people protested outside Barclays bank in Nottingham on 11 January.
18 September 2019
Strikers are determined to defeat the employer's draconian contract - pay cuts for 20% of teachers and savage cuts in conditions
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.
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.
27 February 2019
This is no time for timidity - but there was no call from the platform for mandatory reselection to boot out the rest of the Blairites
13 February 2019
The meeting was friendly, and we sold 19 copies of the Socialist
21 November 2018
"We're making more cuts! You ain't seen nothing yet!" This was the comment of Graham Chapman, deputy leader of Nottingham's Labour council when asked about cuts to the disabled person's mobility card, which gives free bus and tram travel.
21 February 2018
The continuing winter crisis in our hospitals has resulted in black alert status being declared at a Nottingham hospital for a whole week
22 November 2017
A spirited and determined 'Reclaim the Night' march, organised by and for women, wound its way through the Saturday night revelry of Nottingham city centre
20 September 2017
With a leaflet about the devastating impact of Hurricane Harvey, the Socialist Party held our regular campaign stall at the large, annual Nottingham Green Festival
6 September 2017
Unison and UCU further education union branches at newly merged Nottingham college are in dispute with management over redundancy and reorganisation
8 September 2016
Jeremy Corbyn received a fantastic reception from 2,500 people at an open air rally in Nottingham.
18 November 2015
A facility called Oakdene, used by adults with learning difficulties, is in need of refurbishment. But the council is considering finding a new place for them by closing an elderly care home and moving the facility there instead!
29 July 2015
The majority of service users, carers and staff attending a consultation meeting rejected Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust's proposal to close a rehabilitation unit, writes Cathy Meadows, Nottingham Socialist Party.
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
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