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5 August 2015
Brief dispatches on the utter hypocrisy of bosses and their politicians.
15 July 2015
As people live longer, more and more are likely to need care services when they get older, writes Jean Thorpe, Nottingham Socialist Party.
1 July 2015
Last week transport secretary Patrick Mcloughlin announced that Network Rail's £38.5 billion modernisation plan for Britain's railways has been postponed. This underscores the government's intentions of yet more savage cuts in public spending.
9 April 2014
Manchester council unions are opposing plans to totally privatise rubbish collection and street cleaning
22 January 2014
Oppose all cuts and privatisation: The National Health Service is still being privatised bit by bit but the process is speeding up rapidly
5 December 2013
Five students have been suspended at Sussex University for taking part in an occupation. One of the five spoke to Socialist Students NUS executive member Edmund Schluessel on 4 December
16 August 2012
Privatisation is a Tory con! Since the railways were privatised they have been subsidised by £3 billion a year more than when they were state-owned. The collapse of Railtrack cost a further £20 billion...
7 March 2012
G4S has controversially been given a £200 million deal to build and run a police station in Lincolnshire. But what are its credentials for this contract? asks Derek McMillan.
21 September 2011
Tory transport secretary Philip Hammond recently described Britain's railways as a "rich man's toy"...
24 March 2011
Alongside the cuts the Tories are planning mass privatisation. Part of the reason for the cuts in public sector workers pay, conditions and pensions is to make buying up public services a more attractive...
2 June 2010
THE NEW government has put the whole future of comprehensive state education under threat, writes Martin Powell-Davies, NUT executive (personal capacity).
31 March 2009
PROTESTERS TURNED up at the Waldron Health Centre in New Cross, south London, on the morning of 30 March to see New Labour health minister Alan Johnson inspect the new expanded centre, writes Roger Shrives.
10 December 2008
Lack of flood prevention investment by Severn Trent Water was a prime factor in the floods in Gloucestershire, photo Chris Moore
10 January 2008
UNDER THE gleeful heading "Private sector role in public services explodes," the Financial Times reported that the private sector's supply of public services "now makes a bigger contribution to the economy than pharmaceut...
6 December 2007
THE PRIVATISED firms in the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) are raising rail fares throughout Britain again - this time by up to 15% from 2 January...
13 September 2007
BRITAIN'S PRISON officers held their first-ever national strike, mainly on pay, in August... By Iain Dalton
26 April 2007
THE FIRST round of the French presidential elections last Sunday left capitalist commentators in an almost jubilant mood...
19 April 2007
NHS in crisis: NURSES AND other workers in the National Health Service are angry at cuts in the NHS...
1 March 2007
Calling for a national demonstration in 2006 - photo Paul Mattsson
7 December 2006
FROM JANUARY, the privatised rail companies are putting up their passengers' rail fares by well over the inflation level...
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