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9 June 2021
Trades councils again played an important role pushing a fighting agenda forward at the Wales Trades Union Congress (TUC)
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
28 November 2018
Islwyn Constituency Labour Party (CLP) has demanded Labour-led Caerphilly Council pass a no-cuts budget.
30 May 2018
It was Socialist Party members who brought some life to the Wales TUC congress, speaking in numerous debates and appealing for basic democratic rights. This went down well with delegates.
14 March 2018
Swansea's Labour-controlled council has passed a £28 million cuts budget for 2018-19, as well as voting through projected cuts of a further £70 million over the next three years.
11 January 2017
A letter published in the South Wales Evening Post about Swansea Council's public budget consultation process.
1 June 2016
Socialist Party members, striking workers and real life helped spoil the love-in between the leadership of the trade union movement in Wales and the Welsh Government that the general council had planned for Wales TUC on 24-26 May.
25 May 2016
This afternoon, a composited motion calling on Welsh councils to set legal no-cuts budgets was passed unanimously at Wales TUC
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