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14 April 2020

Lockdown increases domestic violence calls - Tory money a drop in the ocean

Home secretary Priti Patel, has announced a 'you are not alone' campaign to support domestic violence victims who are more at risk than ever under lockdown, writes Amy Cousens, Women's Lives Matter.

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25 March 2020

Coronavirus and domestic violence: a double threat to women's lives

As we entered 2020 the number of women murdered every week by a partner or ex-partner in the UK rose to three. On top of this, three women a week kill themselves to escape abuse

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11 March 2020

Socialist Party joins International Women's Day protests

The Socialist Party joined protests organised for International Women's Day in London. We took part in Million Women Rise and the London Women's Strike, writes Isai Priya, London Socialist Party.

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11 March 2020

Women's rights, trans rights and the labour movement

The Socialist was contacted by Women's Place UK (WPUK) requesting a right of reply to the article by Sarah-Sachs Eldridge 'Labour Party and trans rights: United working-class fight needed for rights and resources for all', which was published in issue 1074.

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11 March 2020

Film: Greed directed by Michael Winterbottom

It was refreshing to watch a mainstream film exposing the madness and exploitative nature of the capitalist system, writes Barbara Clare, Stevenage.

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11 March 2020

Domestic Violence bill: We still need to fight to save our services

The new domestic violence bill, first introduced by Theresa May, has supposedly been improved under Johnson's leadership, writes Amy Cousens, Bradford Socialist Party.

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11 March 2020

Childcare - costly, inadequate and hard work

Childcare costs have risen 5% according to charity Coram. Its family and childcare survey found the weekly price for a part-time nursery place for a child under two is over 130 - 6,800 a year, writes Juliette Fogelman, East London Socialist Party.

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4 March 2020

A legacy of women workers and the class struggle

International Women's Day, with its history of being rooted in struggle, has, in recent years, been diminished. Big business increasingly uses it as a cynical opportunity to give the illusion of being progressive and inclusive. Sinead Daly looks at the real history of International Working Women's Day and the socialist ideas it inspires today.

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4 March 2020

International Women's Day: Fighting sexism and austerity

International Women's Day feature, including young women, Women's Lives Matter, trade unions, and a programme to fight oppression

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4 March 2020

Why I joined the Socialist Party: I resent the 1% and the system that allows them to exist

During my childhood we were always a poor family. I enjoyed a myriad of poverty food while living with my father in a small flat.

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26 February 2020

Housing cuts cost lives

We gathered outside Peabody Head Office on the evening of 19 February to make the point that cuts to the community and neighbourhood services cost lives, and are counter-productive.

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26 February 2020

Weinstein found guilty

A jury in New York City found Harvey Weinstein guilty of rape and sexual assault on 24 February. More trials are ahead for the multimillionaire film producer.

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26 February 2020

Number of women killed by current or ex-partner rises

Labour councils 'balance' their budgets with cuts - they are "balancing with women's lives"

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12 February 2020

Unnecessary surgery scandal shows need for democratic control of NHS

It is shocking that a doctor, breast surgeon Ian Paterson, subjected more than 1,000 patients, mainly women, to unnecessary and damaging operations over 14 years.

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12 February 2020

Nottingham: death of vulnerable claimant

A vigil was held in Nottingham on 7 February to remember Errol Graham, who died when the Department for Work and Payments (DWP) stopped his benefit

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12 February 2020

UC stopped without warning

Cesar Zanin, a part-time NHS worker living in temporary accommodation and bringing up a six-year-old daughter, didn't know where their next meal was coming from after the DWP stopped his Universal Credit without warning

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5 February 2020

Refuges turn away 64% of women - set no-cuts budgets now!

The number of refuge bed spaces in England is now 30% below the number recommended.

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29 January 2020

Cuts to women's services cost lives

In 2018, 173 people were killed in domestic violence-related homicides - an increase of 32 deaths on 2017 and an average of more than three murders a week.

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20 November 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Austerity kills, defend the CWU, no rape justice, disabled poor

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20 November 2019

Secret police infiltration of workers' movement exposed

Trade Union Conference Opposing Political Policing: Up to 200 socialists, trade union activists and community campaigners took part

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