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14 April 2021
150 people, of all ages, protested against the Tories' anti-protest law (see back page). Lots of people signed the Kill the Bill petitions on our Socialist Party campaign stall. People were talking to
17 March 2021
Worcester council is Tory run, and its underfunding of services has been appalling. Also, over the last few years we have seen our hospital, The Worcestershire, in the headlines.
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.
11 September 2019
I woke up on 9 September to learn about the fire that happened at Worcester Park, south west London, exactly three months after the fire that took place in Samuel Garside House in Barking, the building where I live.
28 August 2019
On 21 August, over 80 people attended a protest at Bewdley fire station in Worcestershire against its closure. The protest was called by Save Bewdley Fire Station Campaign, which has collected over 2,000 signatures on its petition against closure.
14 August 2019
There is a building boom going on in Herefordshire and Worcestershire. 5,000 more homes are planned in and immediately around Worcester. There is a scramble to fill any possible space with houses or flats.
19 June 2019
Worcester Socialist Party did another door-to-door paper sale on the back of the article of our success in the St John's library campaign (see socialistparty.org.uk), writes Ruthie McNally, Worcester Socialist Party.
5 June 2019
Money has been found to secure the future of St John's and Warndon libraries in Worcester.
22 May 2019
Over 100 climate change activists lobbied Worcestershire County Council on 16 May to demand emergency action to save the planet.
22 May 2019
Three members of Worcester Socialist Party branch took advantage of the article on our campaign to save a local library in the Socialist (Issue 1040), writes Ruthie McNally, Worcester Socialist Party.
1 May 2019
The third instalment in the campaign to see off the cuts to services at St John's library, Worcester, took place on 20 April when 30 protesters gathered outside the library itself.
27 March 2019
28 people came to Worcester Socialist Party's second, very successful public meeting over the threats to library services
12 September 2018
The Socialist Party was involved in organising a counter-demonstration against another visit of the far-right English Defence League (EDL) to Worcester on 1 September.
29 August 2018
In mid-July the far-right English Defence League (EDL) announced its plan to come to Worcester on 21 July.
8 August 2018
25 or so EDL supporters were outnumbered ten to one by protesters
22 February 2017
In Worcestershire, Socialist Party members have played a leading role in a campaign against abuse of NHS staff. 'Betrayed by Their Trust' (BBTT) will have its second annual general meeting in February.
11 January 2017
My local county hospital, the Worcestershire Royal Hospital, made national news on 7 January for all the wrong reasons. It's become clear that between New Years' Eve and midnight on 3 January two patients died on trolleys in corridors.
16 November 2016
Letters to the Socialist's editors including the real cost of NHS cuts, one member one vote, reformism and Tory hypocrisy.
5 October 2016
If Labour splits, can Corbyn win? This is what Worcestershire Socialist Party members discussed at our well-attended public meeting on 29 September. Our guest speaker was the Socialist Party's Dave Nellist, former Labour MP.
10 February 2016
The Socialist Party held our first public activity in Redditch town centre on 30 January where the maternity unit at Alexandra hospital unit is under threat of permanent closure.
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