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10 April 2015

Fast Food Rights action - 15th April

On Wednesday 15th April, fast food and other low-paid workers in the USA will be taking part in what could be the biggest day of strikes, occupations and protests yet in their fight for a $15/hour minimum wage

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photo Paul Mattsson

8 April 2015

Low pay? No way!

Employers around the country - large and small, including the public sector - have created a culture of despair. Poverty pay means millions cannot afford the basics they need for a decent life

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1 April 2015

Workplace news in brief

Food workers' victory: Two hundred and seventy workers at the giant multinational Refresco-Gerber in Bridgwater, Somerset have won a victory against reductions in terms and conditions after a series of strikes from January to March

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18 March 2015

How can civil liberties be protected?

Paul Heron reviews 'On Liberty' by Shami Chakrabati

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4 March 2015

Them & Us

Late for supper: Almost 100,000 children in poor families went hungry last year because of government cuts or sanctions imposed on their parents' benefits

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7 January 2015

Benefit sanctions ruin lives

The target driven use of punitive benefit sanctions on poor people by this government of millionaires is a national disgrace

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10 December 2014

Them & Us

Seasons' greetings: Christmas, we're told, is a time for giving and for families. And it appears to be Christmas all year for MPs' spouses and relatives who were paid a total £3.7 million from the public purse

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10 December 2014

Quiz 2014

Questions: It's the Socialist big quiz of 2014. As a bit of fun, the editors invite readers to test their knowledge from the past 12 months' coverage in the Socialist of political events and workers' struggles

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28 November 2014

Solidarity with US Wal-Mart workers

Today, Friday 28 November, there are 'Black Friday' protests around the United States in support of the $15Now campaign and particularly workers in Wal-Mart who have been staging sit-down strikes

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26 November 2014

Fast Food Rights campaign

50 supporters of the Fast Food Rights campaign lobbied outside Parliament as those inside were discussing a private members bill to limit the use of zero-hour contracts

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26 November 2014

Them & Us

Food banks: The Con-Dems austerity cuts have pushed hundreds of thousands into poverty

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photo Paul Mattsson

photo Paul Mattsson

26 November 2014

14 day deadline to breadline

Scandal of unequal Britain: Many MPs will be looking forward to 2015 - perhaps not to the general election but to the 11% pay rise they'll get if they survive it

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Sick of Your Boss? Youth Fight for Jobs campaigning, photo Nancy Taaffe

19 November 2014

We can defeat low pay and zero-hours!

Protest 21 November: Fast Food Rights has been causing a stir with country-wide protests

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5 November 2014

Pressure mounts on zero-hour contracts

Sports Direct, notorious for its widespread use of zero-hour employment contracts, has been forced to make clear in job adverts what its workers legal rights are

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Health workers in Liberia have been on strike demanding better protection from Ebola virus and improved pay

Health workers in Liberia have been on strike demanding better protection from Ebola virus and improved pay

22 October 2014

Ebola outbreak: one face of austerity

The World Health Organisation axed 300 of its 2,400 jobs in 2011. Cuts in governments' contributions slashed its budget by 20%. Its director-general, Margaret Chan, described "a new and enduring era of economic austerity"

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1 October 2014

A day in the life of an agency worker

Insecurity and exploitation: I wake up at 5.30am, throw on the uniform I spent my last pay cheque buying, leave at 6am to arrive at the pick up at 6.30am. If I'm late I risk losing not just one shift, but all future ones

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10 September 2014

US: building a movement to end poverty pay!

On 4 September strikes and protests took place in over 100 cities around the US demanding an end to low pay in the fast food industry and a $15 an hour minimum wage

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29 August 2014

Fast Food Rights: ‘Get the lady in the pink T-shirt out of here!’

Activists from the BFAWU union and YFJ took part in a day of action

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18 August 2014

Fight for real jobs

Join the Fast Food Rights day of action on 28 August: 868,000 16 to 24 year olds are unemployed

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31 July 2014

Miliband needs a makeover... ...of his party and his politics

Labour leader Ed Miliband doesn't have an image problem, he has a policy problem. The problem is he doesn't have any, or at least policies that answer the gravity of the situation, writes Nancy Taaffe.

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