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A million or more could strike in a few months
Coming disputes include firefighters, council workers, hospital staff and teachers, reports Charlie Kimber

Reality of Tory Britain: ‘I can't afford to eat"
Benefits cuts leave Angela on just £1 a day and relying on food bank. Yet the right wing press has launched a vicious attack on food banks after it emerged last week more than one million people in Britain rely on them because of low wages and benefit cuts

Strike to save the NHS - workers' walkout could turn the tide against Tories
Health workers in the Unison union have voted overwhelmingly for a ballot to strike over pay as Socialist Worker went to press.

Unhappy birthday for bedroom tax as activists vow to kill it off
Protests took place across Britain last Saturday to mark the first birthday of the bedroom tax, and to make sure it doesn’t see a second.

Close this refugee prison, say Yarl’s Wood survivors
Christine Case, a 40 year old woman from Jamaica, died last Sunday while detained at Yarl’s Wood “immigration removal centre” near Bedford. Survivors of Yarl's Wood tell Socialist Worker about their experience and why all refugee prisons must be shut down.

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