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2 June 2020

Furlough: We are not 'all in the same boat'

The hospitality industry has been downsized. For some, the furlough scheme came too late and workers were already cut, or businesses had shut their doors for good.

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2 June 2020

Protect every job, nationalise don't subsidise

As the economic implications of Coronavirus emerge, Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak has proposed Project Birch

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27 May 2020

Reckless, lying cheats

* One rule for Cummings, another for us
* More Tory lies over PPE and testing
* Dangerous return to school and work strategy


Not only Cummings but the whole Tory government must go!

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27 May 2020

Energy firm plans to make 2,600 redundant

OVO Energy has announced plans to make 2,600 workers redundant, including workers in Cambridgeshire, writes Carl Harper, Socialist Party Cambridgeshire.

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27 May 2020

Hull Trades Council debates workers' political representation

Tackling the coronavirus threat is the most pressing problem facing working people. Unfortunately, with a few honourable exceptions, we have to take up that fight without the benefit of a combative national leadership in either the trade unions or the Labour Party.

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27 May 2020

1920s Britain: A "country nearer Bolshevism than at any time since"

In the sixth article in our series - 'war, global crises and working-class struggle' - Socialist Party national committee member Alistair Tice asks: does the picture following the World War One give more pointers to what we can expect today in terms of new economic crises and workers' struggles?.

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27 May 2020

Economic collapse leads to renewed protests across Lebanon

After a pause for a little over a month with the Covid-19 lockdown, new protests have erupted as the situation for ordinary workers in Lebanon has become desperate, writes Iain Dalton, Socialist Party national committee.

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27 May 2020

Eerily quiet before second wave - don't reopen schools!

"Don't use the Q-word" has been said more than once this week. But it does feel eerily quiet, writes An NHS health professional.

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27 May 2020

The 'Lucas Plan'

When workers set out an alternative to job losses by creating socially useful products and technology: The announcement by Rolls Royce of 9,000 redundancies in its aero-engine business is one of many likely threats of job losses in the coming recession, writes Jane Nellist Coventry Socialist Party and president of Coventry TUC (personal capacity).

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26 May 2020

Coronavirus pandemic news in brief

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is launching a bailout scheme called 'Project Birch' to prevent the collapse of key big businesses

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26 May 2020

More blunders and profiteering in Tory track-and-trace scheme

The Tories' 'track and trace' scheme fails on all counts

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25 May 2020

No return to unsafe construction sites

The last five years has seen an average 36 construction worker deaths each year. According to the Office for National Statistics, in just four months of Covid-19 there have been 199 deaths!, writes Andy Bentley, Unite construction sector.

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25 May 2020

Care home workers suffer PPE shortage and job loss fears

My neighbour contacted me the other night. She is a care worker at a home for the elderly. She had seen the Socialist Party posters on my fence

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22 May 2020

Black and Asian Covid-19 deaths: an indictment of capitalist inequality

The Covid death figures broken down by ethnicity caused widespread shock and anger

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22 May 2020

Strong union response needed against job cuts

Rolls Royce's plan to cut 9,000 jobs will impact on its UK civil aerospace division

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20 May 2020

Organising to fight for workplace safety

Workers called for safety before profit in a big NSSN meeting

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20 May 2020

Posties walk out in Peterborough after manager tests positive

Royal Mail workers left work on the morning of 16 May after learning a line manager had tested positive for Covid-19

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20 May 2020

Furlough cut-off could force millions back to unsafe workplaces

Will my boss starve me back to work this summer? It's a question that might start keeping furloughed workers up at night

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19 May 2020

Transport workers and passengers mustn't pay the price

The Tories are trying to force workers back to work

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