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9 November 2021

NSSN COP26 online workers' forum: Climate change - for a workers' transition

This forum will be an opportunity to discuss how to fight for a worker-led and trade union-controlled transition away from fossil fuels.

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27 October 2021

Gwent Stagecoach workers driving for victory on pay

Over 200 bus drivers have completed their sixth day of strike action

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27 October 2021

Unite policy conference

There was an emotional farewell to Len McCluskey

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27 October 2021

Tory NHS funding won't fix staff shortage

The extra 6 billion for the NHS won't deliver decent pay for NHS staff

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27 October 2021

Public spending under further threat from Tories

Tory chancellor, 'Richi' Sunak, is due to present his autumn budget and spending review statement on Wednesday 27 October. It will be no afternoon of joy for the working class. It is preparation for making ordinary people pay for the government's spending and borrowing used to prop up businesses during the pandemic.

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27 October 2021

TORY BUDGET CON

In his budget statement, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced an increase in the minimum wage and an end to the public sector pay freeze

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27 October 2021

Public sector pay thaw - union fight is on for a real rise and funding

For teachers, the government's announcement that in April 2022 they will lift the public sector pay freeze imposed in November 2020 simply represents too little too late

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27 October 2021

Clarks shoe workers strike to give 'fire and rehire' the boot

Picket lines of striking Clarks workers were joined by about 50 trade unionists on 'Solidarity Day' on 15 October.

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27 October 2021

Royal Mail workers stand against 'unachievable workloads'

Despite the promise of benefiting delivery workers' conditions, the rollout of the 'Pathway to Change Agreement' between Royal Mail and the Communication Workers Union (CWU) is proving to be the opposite

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27 October 2021

Workplace news in brief

Gary Evans, a Communication Workers Union (CWU) member at Llanelli Delivery Office who was wrongfully dismissed, has been reinstated following a 24-hour strike on 13 October that halted postal deliveries after a solid 98.6% vote for action.

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27 October 2021

Save Southall youth centre - stop all cuts

Young people, trade unionists and supporters gathered at Ealing Town Hall to oppose the demolition of a youth centre in Southall on 19 October

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27 October 2021

Carlisle says make the richest pay, not the poorest!

Carlisle Socialist Party held a protest on 16 October against cuts in living standards. With the retail price index already at 4.8% and expected to rise to 6%, this year's meagre wage rises are turning

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27 October 2021

TV review Maid

Ably showing inadequacy, red tape and inhumanity of capitalism: This ten-part dramatisation is based on Stephanie Land's 2019 memoir, 'Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive'

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27 October 2021

Military coup in Sudan - Defiant masses take to the streets

For a revolutionary workers' and poor people's government!: At the time of writing, a military coup is taking place in Sudan. The army has arrested civilian ministers and their advisors. However, tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in defiance

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20 October 2021

Housing crisis: Tories and Labour are not on our side

The deaths from the Grenfell Tower fire, and the fire safety issues it exposed, have shown the real face of the Conservative government but also that of the Labour Party - tied to big business and the building industry

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20 October 2021

People's Budgets - a socialist answer to cruel cuts

The Tories are planning 2bn more austerity cuts in the autumn budget.

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20 October 2021

Brighton bin workers' victory in sight

Brighton bin strikers have voted to accept a deal that "ticks all the boxes, and more" according to GMB branch secretary Mark Turner

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20 October 2021

COP26: Trade unions must fight for a socialist transition to renewables

Capitalism won't deliver the necessary action in the timescale and scope required

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20 October 2021

Unite union policy conference

General secretary Sharon Graham pledged a pushback against the bosses' offensives.

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20 October 2021

Fight for a socialist recovery

For higher wages, permanent jobs, fully funded services. Boris Johnson and the Tories' talk of a 'high-wage economy' will stick in the throats of workers at Weetabix, Clarks and elsewhere.

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