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22 July 2021
Health workers have been told that they are only worth a 3% pay rise. Teachers have been told they are worth nothing in terms of a pay rise this year. Hundreds of thousands of civil servants face a pay freeze. A million and a half council workers have already been told they are only worth 1.5%.
14 July 2021
While the Tories are rushing to dump all safety measures, employers still have a legal duty to protect workers from harm
14 July 2021
LGBTphobia - discrimination, oppression, harassment and bullying of LGBTQ+ people - impacts the lives of every LGBTQ+ person
7 July 2021
Thousands of NHS workers, in dozens of towns and cities, protested on Saturday 3 July against the Tories' insulting 1% pay offer. Just days later, on 5 July, it was announced that workers in the NHS will be awarded the George Cross medal. Not something that will pay the bills for the thousands of nurses who are forced to visit food banks.
30 June 2021
Britain's railway network has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. Passenger numbers plunged by 80% as a result of the first lockdown and have only recently reached 40% of pre-pandemic levels.
23 June 2021
Hospital worker Naomi Byron speaks (pc) to the Socialist following her election
23 June 2021
Despite the Tory government extending coronavirus restrictions until 19 July, rather than bringing them to an end on 21 June, the furlough scheme will continue to be downgraded and gradually dismantled as planned
16 June 2021
The birth of any child is an intense and stressful time for most parents, and that applies even more if babies are born prematurely
9 June 2021
A year ago, the trade union leaderships collapsed into national unity with the Tory government and the employers.
2 June 2021
The day of protest on 3 July - the anniversary of the foundation of the NHS - should be the launch of a fight on pay and to save our NHS. Let's build the protests around the country and demand a real fight from trade union leaders.
26 May 2021
Saturday 3 July will be an opportunity to voice opposition to the 1% NHS pay offer
19 May 2021
Thursday 1 April should have seen a significant pay rise for all NHS staff. Instead, we have seen further delays and no announcement from the Pay Review Body.
19 May 2021
The Tories are attempting to position themselves as defenders of free speech in their new Higher Education (freedom of speech) Bill
28 April 2021
May Day is an annual celebration of workers' struggle against capitalism.
15 April 2021
31 March 2021
The under-25s have accounted for two-thirds of all job losses over the last year.
24 March 2021
In 2011, trade unionists demonstrated in their hundreds of thousands and then took strike action in defence of their pensions and against public service cuts
13 March 2021
The high court upheld the Met police's ban on a vigil in memory of Sarah Everard
10 March 2021
Trade unions must organise for strike action:
Staff are outraged. 1%, or an extra £3.50 a week for an experienced nurse, is not just a slap in the face for NHS workers, it's a pay cut compared to the cost of living.
3 March 2021
"The financial outlook is volatile." This (under)statement, in Essex County Council's budget document for 2021, could be the strapline for the future of all local government services.
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