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27 January 2021
Despite Covid infections rising, many workers in non-essential jobs are being forced to work
2 September 2020
It's "nepotism not journalism" said one picket. The Bullivant Media National Union of Journalists (NUJ) chapel (branch) were out on their first ever strike on 25-26 August, opposing compulsory redundancies,
13 May 2020
Socialist Party members in the West Midlands met online in a forum to talk through workplace situations during the coronavirus pandemic, and discuss strategy to defend workers' health against some truly despicable management practices from the private and public sectors
5 February 2020
The performance of West Midlands Trains - the current franchise holder for rail services in the West Midlands - is talked about everywhere; in newspapers, on radio and TV and of course among rail travellers
8 January 2020
RMT transport union members at West Midlands Trains have scored a victory over bosses in a dispute over scrapping guards on trains.
4 December 2019
There was an upbeat mood on the RMT picket line at Worcester Shrub Hill in the continuing dispute with West Midlands Trains over retaining the safety-critical role of train guards.
20 November 2019
On 16 November, senior conductors at West Midlands Trains took their first day of strike action
6 November 2019
89% of senior conductors (guards) have voted for strike action over West Midlands Trains plans to downgrade the role and remove key safety responsibilities.
23 January 2019
Interview: breaking the chains of oppression
5 December 2018
With the energy in the room fit to burst, it was clear to see how positive the day had been
7 November 2018
Jeremy should condemn Blairite cuts and promise nationalisation: 350 people packed into Rugby's Indian Association on 3 November to hear Jeremy Corbyn and the Momentum-backed parliamentary candidate for Rugby, Debbie Bannigan.
24 October 2018
Recently, a group in Telford, Shropshire has highlighted events that took place in the county in 1821, known as the Cinderloo uprising. The very name indicates the national effects of the growing Chartist movement and the events of Peterloo two years earlier.
6 June 2018
West Midlands firefighters have voted by 90% to take strike action against exploitative conditions for new fire service workers. They are being introduced by the Labour-led West Midlands Fire Authority (WMFA).
9 May 2018
On 1 May Birmingham Socialist Party held a successful public meeting about the local elections, the cuts and how councils can fight them.
2 May 2018
Planned contracts would mean new firefighters having to do non-fire service duties
21 February 2018
With 71 in attendance from eleven branches or groups, a fantastic West Midlands Socialist Party conference took place on 17 February in Birmingham
23 August 2017
West Midlands Young Socialists hit the streets on A-level results day on 17 August to further the fight for free education as thousands of young people found out which university they will go to in September
9 August 2017
Birmingham bin workers are angry that their council has forced them into more action
10 May 2017
It is clear from this result that the Labour right have nothing to offer in terms of winning elections
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