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20 October 2021
Bosses of energy-intensive industries are clamouring for government bailouts. Soaring gas prices internationally are hiking the cost of energy and threatening the profits of industry. With the threat of
22 September 2021
Millions of gas consumers face price hikes and uncertainty in supplies
3 August 2021
For years Forgemasters has teetered on the brink, being subject to takeovers and government bailouts.
19 May 2021
Full pay, nationalisation and more: Meeting friends in a pub... a family restaurant meal... going to the match - is life about to return to normal? Covid-19 infection rates have fallen to their lowest since last summer.
3 February 2021
Fifty years ago, on 4 February 1971, the flagship British engineering company Rolls-Royce collapsed into receivership placing 80,000 workers' jobs at risk
22 July 2020
The Covid capitalist crisis is hitting the working class hard from all sides. We face a tsunami of job cuts and attacks on living standards.
22 July 2020
Media reports that Tata Steel in Port Talbot is considering shutting down its two blast furnaces, and replacing them with 'greener' electric arc furnaces, which would require far less workers, have provoked anger and panic among the workforce, steel unions, and local politicians.
27 May 2020
P&O Ferries has announced plans to cut 734 jobs in Dover and 122 jobs in Hull after it reported a severe downturn in demand, writes Eric Segal, Kent Socialist Party.
5 February 2020
A debate, of sorts, is opening up on nationalisation in the Labour leadership election.
15 January 2020
Airline Flybe - which provides domestic flights in the UK - is in trouble.
27 November 2019
Corbyn's manifesto offers a glimpse of jobs, homes and public services for the 99%
27 November 2019
I was really interested in your article on nationalising broadband.
20 November 2019
Labour's policy announcement to nationalise Openreach and BT broadband infrastructure, and provide free internet for all, has had an impact
2 October 2019
Wrightbus is one of the last remaining bus manufacturers in the UK. It produced the Routemaster, also known as the Boris bus, for the London Transport Authority.
12 July 2019
Land privatisation, the largest neoliberal grab in Britain since Margaret Thatcher came to office in 1979, has scarcely been debated
3 July 2019
An investigation into Southern Water by the industry regulator Ofwat has demanded that the company pay a £126 million penalty package, the largest it has ever imposed. The Environment Agency is now also looking into pressing criminal charges.
12 June 2019
The announcement that Ford Bridgend is to close is the latest in a series of blows to manufacturing workers.
6 June 2019
The closure of the Bridgend engine plant is to be closed after nearly 40 years of production.
5 June 2019
Skilled jobs are going and more are threatened with the possible closure of the St Rollox 'Caley' historic railway yard in Glasgow. Owner Gemini is now issuing compulsory redundancies.
24 May 2019
British Steel, the UK's second biggest steel firm, has been taken into compulsory liquidation
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