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11 March 2020

Camarthenshire: Councillors' 'walk of shame'

Plaid Cymru councillors voting for the cuts had to walk the 'walk of shame' past us to get into the council meeting, writes Mark Evans, Carmarthenshire County Unison branch secretary (personal capacity).

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11 March 2020

Is there an anti-cuts rebellion in Scotland?

In Scotland, both Scottish National Party (SNP) and Labour councillors continue to be complicit in implementing cuts, writes Matt Dobson, Socialist Party Scotland.

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11 March 2020

Strong support for PCS Broad Left Network

The newly formed PCS Broad Left Network (BLN) is contesting this year's PCS national elections for the first time, writes Socialist Party members in PCS.

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4 March 2020

Labour councils miss opportunity to stop Tory cuts

In the same week at the end of February, three Labour councils in the south - Brighton, Reading and Southampton - had an opportunity to use Labour's strongholds in southern England to rally opposition to further Tory austerity and set no-cuts budgets to defend jobs and services.

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26 February 2020

Council cuts could cost Labour another general election

150 people tuned out in Birmingham to hear Rebecca Long-Bailey's pitch for the Labour leadership.

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12 February 2020

Cuts councillors are the real problem

The attention-seeking, right-wing Labour leader of Newcastle City Council, Nick Forbes, described by the Guardian as "the leader of Labour's 6,600-strong army of councillors", has attacked Corbyn for being out of touch with Labour voters and disregarding local councillors' experiences.

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12 February 2020

PCS union: Uniting the left around a leadership that can win for members

The 2020 national elections of the PCS, a union of civil servants and private sector workers on government contracts, are at a key stage. Branches throughout the union are meeting to agree nominations for president and national executive committee.

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5 February 2020

Labour leadership contest and public ownership

A debate, of sorts, is opening up on nationalisation in the Labour leadership election.

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29 January 2020

No 'blank cheque' for Labour leadership candidates

The nomination stage of the Labour leadership contest is in full swing, but without the enthusiasm within and beyond the party's rank and file that marked the surge behind Jeremy Corbyn

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29 January 2020

PCS union elections: Nominate candidates fighting austerity and for union democracy

When I stood to be general secretary nearly 10,000 PCS union members voted for my campaign, to rebuild a fighting democratic union.

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29 January 2020

Unite union nominates Long-Bailey and Burgon

The Unite union executive council overwhelmingly agreed to nominate Rebecca Long-Bailey and Richard Burgon as Labour Party leader and deputy leader respectively at its special meeting on Friday 24 January.

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27 January 2020

We need socialists in London's City Hall

Who will fight for anti-austerity policies in May's London elections if Sadiq Khan goes unchallenged by socialists and trade unionists?

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27 January 2020

After the defeat

The decisive majority for Boris Johnson in December's general election represents a turning point in Britain, all the consequences of which have yet to fully work themselves out

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22 January 2020

Make a stand: set legal no-cuts council budgets

Defend jobs, services and communities. Reports from Carmarthenshire, Peterborough, Swansea, Enfield

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22 January 2020

Council cuts continue... So must the fightback

Boris Johnson says austerity is over. So as councils prepare to set budgets next month, everyone - Johnson, the Labour leadership candidates, trade union leaders, councillors of every shade will be asked, "what are you going to do to stop council cuts?"

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22 January 2020

To win back working-class trust Labour must take the 'Liverpool road'

The Labour leadership candidates at the first hustings pursued the theme: How can Labour win the trust of the working class?

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15 January 2020

Labour Party leadership contest: Fight for a mass anti-austerity, workers' party with a socialist programme


The process to elect a new leader of the Labour Party is underway and poses an essential question. What will happen to the potential, opened up by Jeremy Corbyn's unexpected leadership victory in 2015, to win a mass party in the interests of the working class?

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15 January 2020

Socialist Party national committee meeting

The Socialist Party held a very important National Committee on 11-12 January, the first since the general election

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15 January 2020

PCS: Time to rebuild the left

A meeting called in the name of the PCS Broad Left Network takes place in Manchester on 18 January. The main business will be to agree a programme and candidates to contest the 2020 elections in the PCS

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8 January 2020

Labour leadership election

Commitment to socialist policies and democratic party needed.
The nomination process for the Labour Party's leadership and deputy leadership contests has begun, with the ballot to take place from 21 February to 2 April.

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