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28 July 2021

'Pingdemic' exemptions

The rows of empty supermarket shelves, missed bin collections and lists of cancelled train services have proved what socialists have been saying all along

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28 July 2021

TV Review: Stateless blames mismanagement rather than system

Australia has long been held up as a particularly repressive immigration system, and has served as an inspiration for both Labour and Conservative governments in Britain

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22 July 2021

Public sector pay - Prepare for action!

Health workers have been told that they are only worth a 3% pay rise. Teachers have been told they are worth nothing in terms of a pay rise this year. Hundreds of thousands of civil servants face a pay freeze. A million and a half council workers have already been told they are only worth 1.5%.

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14 July 2021

Putting the Olympic gravy train ahead of public health

On 8 July, just over two weeks before the games were due to open, Japanese premier Suga Yoshihide announced that the Olympics would be held without spectators

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14 July 2021

Scrap the privatising health and care bill

For a publicly funded, democratically run, NHS: The Tories are in the process of forcing their new health and care bill through parliament, despite opposition from NHS campaigners and trade unionists

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14 July 2021

Tories threaten to axe free prescriptions for older workers

Nearly four million people in England who currently qualify for free prescriptions face paying 9.35 per item if the Tories carry out their plan to raise the qualification age from 60 to 66.

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8 July 2021

South London Socialist Party: Pay the NHS workers

Speaker: Naomi Byron, a health worker from Homerton hospital, newly elected to the national executive of the largest health union, Unison (speaking in a personal capacity)

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7 July 2021

Fight is on to save our NHS


Thousands of NHS workers, in dozens of towns and cities, protested on Saturday 3 July against the Tories' insulting 1% pay offer. Just days later, on 5 July, it was announced that workers in the NHS will be awarded the George Cross medal. Not something that will pay the bills for the thousands of nurses who are forced to visit food banks.

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5 July 2021

Tories deliver second slap in the face to NHS workers

Protest at parliament to stop the Tories' Health and Care bill
On Saturday in towns and cities all over the country NHS workers were joined by their local communities at protests to defend the NHS and for a decent pay rise

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30 June 2021

NHS after 3 July protests: Trade unions must organise serious action

The NHS protests on 3 July should be the start of building a mass campaign for decent pay and to save the NHS.

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30 June 2021

Royal London Hospital

Striking workers at the Royal London Hospital are showing the way forward for the NHS unions.

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30 June 2021

Fight to save our NHS

Reject the 1% pay insult: NHS staff are angry. We face continuous mistreatment and devaluation of the essential work we do. The Tory government has shown that it has no intention of addressing the staffing crisis, and does not

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30 June 2021

Fight the health and care bill

The future of the NHS hangs in the balance. Nearly five million people are waiting for treatment. Covid has pushed our health services to the limit, but years of underfunding meant it was already in crisis

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30 June 2021

We don't want a USA-style healthcare system

The health scrutiny committee on Labour-led Wakefield Council returned on 24 June for its first physical meeting since the Covid outbreak.

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23 June 2021

Interview with newly elected Unison NEC member

Hospital worker Naomi Byron speaks (pc) to the Socialist following her election

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Demanding a 15% pay rise for NHS workers, 8th August 2020

23 June 2021

NHS in crisis - 'It's time for action'


Join protests on 3 July. 15% pay rise now

Tories' derisory 1% pay offer to NHS staff is only the latest in a long list of injuries that healthcare staff have had to endure

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23 June 2021

Leicester private healthcare tragedy

Private healthcare is embedded in the provision of accident and emergency treatment at the Leicester Royal Infirmary

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