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7 April 2021

Academy schools have become business ventures

The process of selecting a secondary school for your child can be an agonising one for many parents. In 2005 I viewed about a dozen and chose Pimlico. The headteacher seemed a nice guy and the leadership

31 March 2021

Preparing for the revolts to come

While the Covid pandemic continues to ravage the globe, the capitalist classes are - if anything - even more frightened of what they will face as the virus's grip lessens. The pandemic has revealed the failings of their system to billions of people.

31 March 2021

No start for life

Tory MP Andrea Leadsom announced her 'Start for Life' proposal last week. Her plan to establish a 'new service' for children up to age two is being trumpeted as an innovative service

31 March 2021

We will not be the lost generation

The under-25s have accounted for two-thirds of all job losses over the last year.

31 March 2021

Pickets exonerated after almost 50 years

Solicitor Paul Heron explains about the quashing of the convictions

31 March 2021

Job losses, low pay, cuts to services, police violence: For the right to protest

Unite and fight: The Tories' Police, Crime, Courts and Sentencing Bill has sparked determined 'Kill the Bill' demonstrations across the country

31 March 2021

Domestic Abuse Bill: So much still to fight for

The Bill is in its final stages of debate

31 March 2021

Freeports spell deregulation, low pay and a new race to the bottom

Eight new freeports in England covering Felixstowe and Harwich, East Midlands Airport, Humber, Liverpool City Region, Plymouth, Solent, Thames and Teesside, each potentially up to 27 miles across, were launched in Sunak's latest budget

31 March 2021

Nationalise Liberty Steel to save jobs

Liberty Steel, employing 5,000 workers, mainly located in Rotherham, has gone bust. The government has rejected a 170 million bailout demand from its tycoon boss Sanjeev Gupta.

31 March 2021

NHS pay: 15% now!

Despite government ministers dishing out billions of pounds in dodgy PPE contracts to their chums, loans to bosses, and 37 billion on a largely failed test-and-trace system, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has offered a measly 1% pay rise to overworked health workers

31 March 2021

Football abuse scandal: Reclaim the game for justice and democracy

Four years after the explosive and powerful testimony of ex-footballer Andy Woodward, an independent review into child sexual abuse in football between 1970-2005 has been published by the Football Association (FA).

24 March 2021

Protesting is not a crime

Defending the right to protest

More cuts are coming - maybe to a local A&E, to street lighting, bus routes disappearing - and greater destitution.
The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill means the more effective your protest, the more you face the threat of fines or even jail.

24 March 2021

NHS pay: 15% now

NHS staff are seething about the Tories 1% pay 'rise'.

24 March 2021

Shrewsbury Pickets win: Convictions overturned

The Shrewsbury Pickets have had their convictions overturned. Ancient 'conspiracy' legislation was used to convict them for picketing during the national building strike in 1972.

24 March 2021

Online meeting - Ending violence against women, the socialist approach

Women's rights, and our oppression under the capitalist system, have been thrust into the spotlight by the events of the last few weeks.

24 March 2021

Fighting sexual harassment and gender violence on campus

Given the appalling rates of sexual harassment and violence on university, college and school campuses, it is no surprise that young women and students have been at the forefront of recent protests and vigils called in response to the murder of Sarah Everard.

17 March 2021

Can the capitalist media prevent socialist change?

The first in an occasional series of socialist answers to the big questions.

17 March 2021

Violence against women - we will not be silenced

Defend the right to protest: Saturday 13 March. They came in their thousands, defying the undemocratic establishment ban on peaceful vigils. Women and men in towns and cities up and down the country were determined to remember Sarah Everard

16 March 2021

Justice for victims of gender violence

There was understandable outrage at the appalling scenes of police brutality against women peacefully taking part in the vigil for Sarah Everard on Clapham Common.

13 March 2021

Oppose bans on vigils - Defend the right to protest

The high court upheld the Met police's ban on a vigil in memory of Sarah Everard


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