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9 October 2019

Book review: She Said - Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement

On 5 October two years ago, the #MeToo movement exploded - first on social media, then spreading to protests on the streets and in workplaces - becoming a global phenomenon.

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9 October 2019

Waltham Forest: mobilisation needed to defend abortion rights

Trade unionists, community campaigners and members of the Socialist Party protested against anti-abortion activists holding up huge images of foetuses in the Walthamstow square on 5 October.

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9 October 2019

Cynical Tories' domestic violence bill not enough

How do you leave a violent partner? Well you need guts for a start, as many are attacked or even killed after leaving abusive relationships. 55% of women killed by their ex-partner in 2017 died within the first month of separation, and 87% in the first year.

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2 October 2019

The Socialist inbox

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18 September 2019

Violence against women in South Africa

The rape and murder of a Cape Town student was the spark that lit a new wave of protests demanding an end to violence against women

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18 September 2019

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Rape convictions; Jeffrey Boycott; climate change; Brexit and Yellowhammer

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Wandsworth Town McDonald's strike protest, one of six sites in South London taking action on 12.11.19. Photo Isai Priya

Wandsworth Town McDonald's strike protest, one of six sites in South London taking action on 12.11.19. Photo Isai Priya

11 September 2019

Wandsworth Town McDonald's strike protest, one of six sites in South London taking action on 12.11.19. Photo Isai Priya

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11 September 2019

Workplace news in brief

Short reports of workplace and trade union struggles

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31 July 2019

Fighting Universal Credit

The Tories sold Universal Credit as a public money-saving scheme, combining several benefits into one. In reality the 'savings' were to come from reducing payouts.

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3 July 2019

TV: Years and Years - Engaging family drama pushes confused, reactionary message

The six-part political and family drama Years and Years follows one family from the present day over 15 years.

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26 June 2019

Universal Credit forces women into prostitution

A Tory minister has been forced to retract an official statement that there was no link between Universal Credit and people being pushed into to the sex trade to survive

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12 June 2019

Widespread condemnation of horrifying, violent, homophobic assaults

Two lesbian women were subjected to a horrifying, violent, homophobic assault on a London night bus on 30 May.

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5 June 2019

Sexual harassment of LGBT+ workers shows need for unions to fight

68% of LGBT+ people have faced sexual harassment at work, finds a recent report from the Trade Union Congress. Of these, two in three did not report it to their employers. A quarter of those chose not to for fear of being outed.

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5 June 2019

Reverse the GP cuts

7,000 GP vacancies are expected in the UK by 2024. Chronic underfunding is causing doctors to resign, without prospects of replacing them.

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22 May 2019

Domestic abuse accommodation: Tories shift - but safety is more than a bed

The government has announced new changes to place a legal duty on local authorities to deliver 'accommodation-based services' to victims of domestic violence.

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22 May 2019

Reject Alabama abortion ban

Alabama legislators have passed a bill that makes it a felony for a doctor to perform or attempt to perform an abortion. They even denied an amendment allowing exemptions for cases of rape and incest.

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8 May 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. EDF rip-off, pay day penury, Rouse, Ye Women!

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8 May 2019

Usdaw union conference demands action on pay, jobs and the right

With almost a year since the departure of Blairite general secretary John Hannett, this year's Usdaw conference feels different

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10 April 2019

Gender pay gap widening

The Socialist Party demands that trade unions take a lead in fighting for public investment in well-paid jobs for all

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3 April 2019

Working families in poverty: fund homes and childcare

In the UK, 2.9 million children from working families are now living in poverty, reports the Department for Work and Pensions. And more than a third of babies are living below the poverty line, according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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