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Hospitals rationing care are rapped—but not funded


NHS bosses have told local trusts to stop denying hip operations. But the Tories’ STP plans insist they make cuts

Protesters demand justice for Orgreave


Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Home Office in London on Monday to demand justice over the Battle of Orgreave.

Cops have ‘no case to answer’ over Rotherham abuse—just ‘failings’


Police officers have “no case to answer” regarding their handling of child sexual abuse in Rotherham, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has decided.

Anti-migrant Labour MPs attack Corbyn over Brexit


Backbench Labour hypocrites who support the EU’s worst aspects but not the rights of migrant workers only deepen the party’s crisis

Durham and Derby TA's won't be beaten


TA's are still going strong

Reports round up—Unite workers fight for pensions


Unite strikes are growing along with Ian Allinson's campaign, cleaners take on the bosses and Picturehouse workers go from strength to strength

March for homes planned to take on Tories attack on social housing


National demonstration in defense of social housing has been called for the 24 June

Ian Allinson for Unite—invite Ian to your workplace and help build the campaign


Ian Allinson is the left wing candidate for Unite general secretary, invite him to speak at your workplace and help with the campaign

Yes to a new Scottish independence referendum


Socialist Worker supports the break-up of the British state.

Teachers and parents unite against Tory cuts


Around 1,000 people took to the streets against Tory education cuts in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, last Saturday.

‘Going back isn’t possible’ —refugee slams new rules


The Home Office quietly pulled the rug out from under thousands of refugees with new rules last week.

Reports round-up: Nazis drowned out in Alloa


Nazis drowned out in Alloa

MPs vote down the Lords over Theresa May's Brexit bill


Tories triggering Article 50 should be a spur to fight to shape the outcome, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans

Senior Unison officials accused of 'deceit' and 'subterfuge' during general secretary election, hearing told


Did former Unison Greater London union regional secretary Linda Perks hijack an official union meeting to influence an election?

Labour Party shouldn't try to 'out-Ukip Ukip,' says MP Diane Abbott


Shadow home secretary and Labour MP Diane Abbott has the labour movement to reject myths about immigration and to march against racism on Saturday 18 March.

Mark Duggan's family challenge inquest ruling


The family of Mark Duggan took their fight for justice to the court of appeal yesterday, Thursday.

Trade Union Act—what do the Tories call 'important public services'?


For workers in some sectors the new Tory Trade Union Act puts up an additional barrier in an attempt to prevent strikes. If workers who usually provide “important public services” are balloted, at least 40 percent of those eligible to vote must vote yes. This is on top of the new rule that a ballot must have a 50 percent turnout

March for NHS could launch movement against Tory health plans


Tens of thousands of people will take to the streets of London today, Saturday, in defence of the NHS

Tens of thousands on national demonstration to save the NHS


Chants of "Whose NHS? Our NHS" are ringing out in central London as thousands gather for the national demonstration to defend the health service today, Saturday.

Huge march for our NHS shows the fury against the Tories


Over 200,000 joined a demonstration in London. It shows there's a mood to fight, and win

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