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30 September 2020

Under the microscope

Low-paid workers can claim a pitiful 500 for compulsory two-week self-isolation from 28 September. Four million will be eligible - but who can afford to self-isolate for 200 less than the minimum wage?

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30 September 2020

Students trapped on Covid campuses speak out

Going to university right now feels like walking into a trap made of fire

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30 September 2020

Job Support Scheme - too little, too late

I was working with an agency. I started in April. I was doing about 30 hours a week with them, so regular work. As soon as Covid hit, I was let go with immediate effect.

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30 September 2020

NHS workers need 15% rise and full funding

NHS staff are also preparing another round of protests on 17 October

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30 September 2020

Covid restrictions expose Tory splits


For democratic working-class control of health and safety

While government ministers warn of an exponential rise of the coronavirus, the same magnitude of rise could be applied to the level of anger against them over their handling of the pandemic.

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23 September 2020

Testing shambles: unions must fight back

The government claims that testing for key workers in the NHS, care and schools is provided.

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23 September 2020

Covid and the campuses

University workers and students must unite in a fight for safety

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23 September 2020

North East lockdown: simmering anger at Tory incompetence

Around two million people have coronavirus restrictions imposed.

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23 September 2020

Tory Covid chaos


To the surprise of absolutely no one, given the disastrous Tory record so far, we face a new Covid peak this autumn. And Johnson's amendments to the Covid laws solve none of the threats to our lives and livelihoods.

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23 September 2020

Sussex: Hands off Peacehaven schools

Parents in the town of Peacehaven, on the Sussex coast, have relaunched their campaign to save their primary schools from academy privatisation.

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23 September 2020

The Socialist Inbox

Send your news, views and criticism, in not more than 150 words, to [email protected] - or if you're not online, PO Box 1398, Enfield EN1 9GT

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Socialism Today issue 242

17 September 2020

Britain's fragile Covid equilibrium is coming to an end

It is now over six months since the World Health Organisation declared the Covid-19 outbreak to be a global pandemic, and two weeks later, that Britain went into lockdown.

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16 September 2020

Covid generation says 'fund our future'

As part of the Young Socialists national day of action, we brought an open letter onto the streets

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16 September 2020

Capitalist profit and the race to develop a vaccine

The pharmaceutical industry needs to be in public ownership and democratically planned to meet the needs of the world's population

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16 September 2020

Covid and the third sector: for public planning, not charity stopgaps

The government has shown the potential for a coordinated, fully funded, public effort - but refused to deliver it

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16 September 2020

Under the microscope

Coronavirus news in brief: bosses' pandemic profit bonanza, privatised testing and treatment fiasco

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16 September 2020

'Covid marshalls' must be accountable to communities

They could be used to harass socially distanced protests and campaigns

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16 September 2020

Blame politicians, not workers and young people

Covid-19 lockdown in Birmingham: Low-paid workers are forced into work and overcrowded housing

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16 September 2020

Sketch: The rule of six - some guidance from your government

"As a guideline, if you aren't at school or work, then any breach of the rule will kill your gran"

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16 September 2020

Our lives and livelihoods at stake

Covid testing chaos, mass job losses: Fight for safety, and 'work or full pay'!

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