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18 November 2020

Women workers need strong trade unions to defend their jobs, pay and services

Why I am backing Hugo Pierre for Unison general secretary: "It's bedlam at the care home", said one care worker, my neighbour and Unison member. She went on to say: "They admitted three more patients at the weekend. We have never been so full. Some residents

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18 November 2020

#SpyCops inquiry - Revealing police violence against Socialists

Six years since it was first announced, the Undercover Policing inquiry finally started taking evidence from witnesses last week

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4 November 2020

Poland: Mass protests against abortion ban

Tens of thousands of women have taken to the streets of Poland in an uprising against living in a "female hell"

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30 September 2020

South Africa: Working class unity to stop violence against women

Marxist Workers Party and [email protected] members marched through eMbalenhle, Mpumalanga, South Africa, on 23 September calling for working-class unity to stop violence against women.

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5 August 2020

Doncaster: Vigil for murdered women

Women and men attended a vigil in Doncaster on 22 July organised by the Women's Lives Matter campaign, after the alleged murder of five women from the town in the last two months

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15 July 2020

Sexist dismissal of women's health: NHS needs democratic control

Agonising pain, periods that last for a month, birth defects in every one of their children. These are just some of the serious health issues found by the Cumberlege Inquiry which were dismissed by doctors

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8 July 2020

TV: The school that tried to end racism

This series showed an experiment with a group of Year 7 students in a South London school to explore how racism was learnt

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8 July 2020

Homerton hospital workers deserve equal pay and conditions

Management at Homerton Hospital in Hackney, east London, has outraged staff by insisting that outsourcing and inferior pay and conditions for ancillary workers will go on

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1 July 2020

Yes to self-identity

The Sunday Times reported that Johnson intends to dump plans to improve trans people's rights to self-identify

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1 July 2020

Red flags line road for Ken

On the day of his funeral, Socialist Party members, neighbours and family lined the street of Socialist Party executive committee member Ken Douglas

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1 July 2020

Cardiff community fights nursery closure: Council must step in

The Little Fishes nursery has served the St Mellons community from the church premises for 30 years.

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24 June 2020

Fight back to stop Tories scrapping protections for children in care

The Tories have been using Covid-19 to attack safeguarding procedures in our frontline services

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17 June 2020

Tears and anger over the treatment of the Windrush generation

'Sitting in Limbo' is a powerful and moving real-life drama. It shows the trauma of Anthony Bryan, a member of the Windrush generation, as he struggles against removal from Britain

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17 June 2020

20 days. One town. Four domestic violence murders.

"We want deeds not words"

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10 June 2020

Domestic violence murder

Another woman's life lost to domestic violence in Doncaster.

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3 June 2020

Football in the time of coronavirus - reclaim our game!

Football played a part in spreading the pandemic. Northern Italy was the ground zero for coronavirus in Europe, and then Spain became the second most infected country after Italy.

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3 June 2020

USA - another cop killing of unarmed black man sparks widespread protests

On 25 May, police in Minneapolis choked George Floyd, an unarmed black man, who subsequently died. His death was disturbingly reminiscent of the NYPD killing of Eric Garner in 2014.

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27 May 2020

Going viral - Socialist comments and letters

The Covid-19 pandemic is a world social crisis which touches every aspect of life. The iniquities and failings of the capitalist system are being exposed

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20 April 2020

Shocking increase in domestic violence killings

Domestic abuse killings have more than doubled during the coronavirus lockdown, according to Counting Dead Women (CDW), the organisation that monitors the killing of women by men

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14 April 2020

Unite opposes all cuts to domestic violence services

Tension is growing in many locked-down homes. It's no surprise domestic violence is increasing too. Calls to Refuge's helpline, the domestic abuse charity, are up 120% since the lockdown began, writes Jon Dale, secretary, Unite union EM/NG32 Nottinghamshire Health branch (personal capacity).

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