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18 November 2020

Covid, vaccines, 'big pharma' - and the need for socialism

News that early results from a vaccine showed 90% effectiveness was greeted with relief

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18 November 2020

Campaign for school Covid safety must continue

The National Education Union demands for Covid safety have again been ignored by the government

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18 November 2020

Tories in turmoil... 'Reset' the whole system! Fight for socialism


Who needs Game of Thrones when you have the unfolding events in Johnson's government?
Don't just get angry, get organised!
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11 November 2020

Capitalists vs working class - not in it together

"We are really not all in this together. It is far worse for some than for others." It could be a quote from any of the millions of working-class people whose living standards have plummeted

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11 November 2020

Southampton trade unionists demand: "We won't pay for Covid"

Southampton Trades Council held a protest rally on Saturday 7 November, which in the circumstances of lockdown was small, but with a bold, positive spirit.

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11 November 2020

Covid law used against striking workers - for workers' control of safety measures

On the very first day of the new national lockdown, police issued dispersal orders to a picket line of striking workers, on the grounds of breaching the new rules.

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11 November 2020

Covid and poverty rising - Welsh lockdown ends with little progress

Wales emerged from a two-week lockdown on 9 November. There is little evidence that the 'firebreak' introduced by the Welsh government had much impact on the spread of the virus.

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4 November 2020

A lockdown that doesn't include education?

Since schools re-opened, virus levels are nine times higher among primary pupils and 50 times higher among secondary pupils

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4 November 2020

Testing is failing - it's a privatised mess

Covid-19 infections are spreading fast because England's 'test and trace' reached only 60% of the contacts of confirmed Covid cases in recent weeks

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28 October 2020

We need union action, not platitudes!

There's a shortfall of over 1 billion in funding for the NHS in England, say officials

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28 October 2020

BAME Covid deaths due to capitalist inequality, confirms government

Death rates are up to three times as high for BAME people.

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28 October 2020

One rule for them, and another for us

A Tory election agent Diana Dianescu, has been found guilty of 16 offenses of deliberately misleading voters

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28 October 2020

Tories' school meals outrage

The coronavirus crisis is raging on. Thousands of children are suffering. And Boris Johnson and Co repulsively chose to snub the meals campaign led by Marcus Rashford.

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28 October 2020

Don't let Tories starve our kids

Big business got billions - Fight for what we need:

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28 October 2020

Boots launches 120, 12-minute Covid test

One hundred and twenty pounds for a test with Boots. Boots, which is still avoiding millions in tax every year. Boots, which charged the NHS 2,000 per pot of hand cream.

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28 October 2020

Mayor and government compete to attack London transport: fight for no cuts!

At the time of writing, Transport for London (TfL) workers - and London passengers and car users - are caught in a war of words between London's Labour mayor and the Tory central government.

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21 October 2020

Health before profit - Work or full pay

Fear about catching coronavirus, being thrown out of work, being forced to stay at home without enough money ... Yet again it's working-class people who are paying the price.

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21 October 2020

Lockdown: suspicion and anger

The Liverpool region was put into tier three

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21 October 2020

'Firebreak' lockdown fails to protect workers

The Welsh government is imposing a national lockdown

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21 October 2020

Action on Covid transmission in schools now

Some of the highest incidences of Covid outbreaks are being recorded in schools.

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