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12 May 2021
Welsh Labour has won the Welsh parliament election with increased votes and seats. Mark Drakeford's government benefited from the 'incumbency factor' and actually increased the party's seats in the
14 April 2021
The Wales TUSC election campaign got off to a cracking start
2 December 2020
A well-attended Zoom meeting relaunched TUSC in Wales
22 January 2020
Defend jobs, services and communities. Reports from Carmarthenshire, Peterborough, Swansea, Enfield
20 December 2019
Plaid Cymru-led Carmarthenshire County has backed down in the face of determined industrial action
20 November 2019
With both Labour and the Tories promising more spending, there is no excuse for any council to make more cuts
13 November 2019
This election has been called the most important in generations
4 September 2019
In the second of our series of articles exploring Brexit and the 'national question' Dave Reid secretary of the Socialist Party in Wales examines the situation there.
29 May 2019
Labour punished by working class over Brexit fudge, cuts and national question
9 January 2019
Just before Christmas, Carmarthenshire county Unison union branch sent a letter to councillors demanding they set a no-cuts budget to prevent more job losses and further reduced services
20 July 2018
As the Brexit white paper staggered its way through the House of Commons, the crisis in the Tory party has just deepened and deepened
18 October 2017
Haverfordwest is a small market town in south west Wales and in the marginal Preseli Pembrokeshire constituency of Tory MP and former secretary of state for Wales Stephen Crabb. On 14 October, the town centre was packed with around 300 people attending an anti-austerity rally
14 June 2017
There were a lot of red faces among the political establishment in Wales on 9 June, writes Dave Reid, Socialist Party Wales.
12 April 2017
The 100% anti-cuts, socialist alternative presented by the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) has been welcomed on the doorstep by people who are desperate to see an end to austerity. But some figures on the Labour right are less enthusiastic that we're standing in the Welsh council elections.
15 March 2017
The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) has announced that it is suspending its participation in the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) in England and Wales.
2 November 2016
Billionaires' club extends to UK; students refuse to award best digs prize; Plaid Cymru councillor loses rag when accused of cuts profits.
18 May 2016
National Museum Wales workers, on indefinite strike, rallied in Cardiff
11 May 2016
On the surface there has not been a huge change in the political complexion of the Welsh government - Welsh Labour lost just one seat and will be able to hold on as a minority government. But under the surface the election showed how much things have changed in Welsh politics.
29 January 2014
Much against my better judgement I was persuaded to attend Radio 4's Any Questions on Friday night (24 January) along with other comrades from the Socialist Party
14 August 2013
When a byelection came up in the Penyrheol ward of Caerphilly we knew we had to stand and give local people a working class alternative to Tory austerity policies and the failure of Labour and Plaid Cymru to mount any sort of resistance to Westminster's cuts agenda, writes Jaime Davies, Caerphilly TUSC byelection candidate.
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