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12 May 2021

TUSC is back

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) stood over 300 candidates in the 'Super-Thursday' elections on 6 May, the biggest number of TUSC candidates since the elections in 2016.

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12 May 2021

RMT: Militant industrial and political strategy must be fought for

RMT general secretary election: The election of Mick Lynch as general secretary of the RMT transport union comes at a crucial time for our union.

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12 May 2021

National Education Union needs a socialist, fighting deputy general secretary

Socialist Party member Martin Powell-Davies on the ballot paper: My campaign to be the first elected deputy general secretary of the National Education Union (NEU) has met an important first target by achieving the minimum number of district nominations required to be on the ballot paper

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12 May 2021

Thurrock refuse workers strike escalates

From 6am on Monday 10 May, Unite members working for the refuse service in the Borough of Thurrock escalated their strike, moving from a position where they withdrew their labour at 9am, to full-time strike action for the next three weeks

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12 May 2021

Ealing parking wardens strike against Serco over absence policy

Once again, Ealing parking attendants are out on strike. This time for six days over two weeks. They are fighting outsourcing private company Serco, which has been targeting the union's activists, and

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12 May 2021

Norwich City Council workers vote for strike action over broken promises on pay and conditions

Workers who carry out vital services for Norwich City Council have overwhelmingly voted for industrial action.

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5 May 2021

New law ignores economic barriers to escaping domestic abuse

The Domestic Abuse Act has become law. Violence against women and girls has been on the increase during the pandemic. Between March and June 2020, police recorded 206,492 domestic abuse offences - a 9%

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5 May 2021

For a fighting, democratic, member-led union to stop the austerity attacks

Branches have not been given a national campaign

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5 May 2021

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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5 May 2021

Bellway must pay! Make our homes safe!

On 1 May more than 60 residents of the Caspian Quarter gathered outside Bellway's Barking showrooms to protest about the property developer's failure to replace flammable balconies

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5 May 2021

Nottingham NHS pay protest

Members of two Unison Nottinghamshire health branches and Unite, RCN and GMB health unions held a lunchtime pay protest outside the Queen's Medical Centre on 1 May.

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5 May 2021

Can the 'Preston model' beat the cuts?

It is clear that we are at the start of a new period of austerity, where the ruling class will try and make ordinary people pay for the costs of the pandemic and for the crisis in the neoliberal capitalist system which has been fully exposed by the pandemic

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5 May 2021

Hands off our NHS

The private sector vampires are sucking in NHS resources at an increasing rate. Over the last decade, more than 96 billion of health service funding has been handed over to non-NHS care providers, including

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Socialist Party members campaigning for TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition) election candidates in Liverpool, 24.4.21, photo by Mark Best

Socialist Party members campaigning for TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition) election candidates in Liverpool, 24.4.21, photo by Mark Best

30 April 2021

Socialist Party members campaigning for TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition) election candidates in Liverpool, 24.4.21

Socialist Party members campaigning for TUSC (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition) election candidates in Liverpool, 24.4.21

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28 April 2021

What councils can do to protect the environment

Protecting the environment will be a key issue in the various election campaigns.

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Protesting in Newcastle, photo by Elaine Brunskill

28 April 2021

Protesting works - Unite to defend the right to protest

The past fortnight has shown the power of protest. Football supporters gathered in their thousands to defeat plans for a money-grabbing European Super League.

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21 April 2021

Essex: Why I'm standing for TUSC

The Tories in Essex County Council want to cut 46 million from public services. There's nothing left to cut!

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21 April 2021

Fight to stop cuts

6 May elections: In the run-up to the 6 May elections we have an opportunity to build the fight against austerity and the damage it has done to our lives.

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21 April 2021

Don't trust the Labour right's empty promises

Vote TUSC for a strategy and programme to defeat Covid austerity: What would you put on your election leaflet if you were a candidate for the Tories or Starmer's Labour

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21 April 2021

Keep Liverpool council's One Stop Shops open

In the 1980s, when the Labour council in Liverpool was led by supporters of the Militant newspaper, forerunner of the Socialist, one of the reforms that was implemented was the opening of eight 'One Stop Shops' across the city

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