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Battle is on to stop unsafe schools return on 8 March

Battle is on to stop unsafe schools return on 8 March Boris Johnson’s plan to fully reopen all schools in England on 8 March will put many more lives at risk.

Anti-racists march on police station after Moyied Bashir’s death in South Wales

Anti-racists march on police station after Moyied Bashir’s death in South Wales Around 200 anti-racists took to the streets of Newport, South Wales, on Thursday to demand to know who’s responsible for Moyied Bashir’s death.

Vigil marks month since death of Mohamud Hassan after contact with 52 cops

Vigil marks month since death of Mohamud Hassan after contact with 52 cops 'I didn’t know there were even 52 officers at the station, how on Earth does that happen?' asks a Cardiff activist

It’s time to use Section 44 at the DVLA in Swansea

It’s time to use Section 44 at the DVLA in Swansea Hundreds of workers in a dangerously overcrowded government workplace in Swansea met last week after threatening to strike.

Staff could strike over coronavirus safety at Swansea DVLA

Staff could strike over coronavirus safety at Swansea DVLA Workers at a dangerously overcrowded government workplace in Swansea have said they are ready to strike over safety.

Over 500 Covid-19 cases at DVLA Swansea

Over 500 Covid-19 cases at DVLA Swansea Workers are “scared” of catching Covid-19 in a major government office where more than 500 people have caught the virus thanks to uncaring bosses.

Cardiff BLM activists defiant after fine for protests over Mohamud Hassan’s death

16 January 2021
Police have moved to fine a Black Lives Matter (BLM) activist in Cardiff, South Wales, after she was part of protests over the death of Mohamud Mohammed Hassan.

Family demand justice for Mohamud Hassan

12 January 2021
Mohamud Mohammed Hassan was arrested at his home in Cardiff last Friday, released without charge on Saturday morning and died on Saturday night

LETTERS—Keir Starmer blaming the wrong people for Covid-19 spread

08 January 2021
In an appearance on TV’s Good Morning Britain last week Keir Starmer voiced his support for emergency legislation to deal with anti-vaxxer campaigns.

Network Rail safety failings led to the deaths of two workers

16 November 2020
A report into the deaths of two rail workers in July 2019 has revealed wholly avoidable safety failures.

Post bosses at Royal Mail site delayed deep clean after Covid-19 case due to money row

14 October 2020
Postal workers’ demands for safety were ignored at a major Royal Mail workplace where more than 20 people have caught coronavirus.

Eight die of Covid-19 in hospital in Wales forcing it to suspend services

30 September 2020
A hospital in the South Wales Valleys has stopped operations amid an outbreak of 82 new coronavirus cases linked to the site.

Carmarthen protest says Picton monument must fall

21 July 2020
Around 100 people gathered in Carmarthen in west Wales last Saturday to demand the toppling of the town’s Picton monument.

It’s the lowest paid workers who will pay with their lives if the lockdown is lifted

12 May 2020
The Tory push to end the lockdown will hit those in low-paid, insecure work hardest.

Flooding victims say ‘help came too late’

23 February 2020
Climate catastrophe is here—and it’s causing storms and other forms of extreme weather

Anger at the Tories after climate chaos sparks floods

17 February 2020
The damage caused by the floods across Britain has exposed the total failure to provide for people in danger.

Protesters in Wales fight for ‘Tory Free Zone’ and Lancaster kicks out Brexit Party

18 November 2019
Under the banner of Operation: Make West Wales a Tory Free Zone we have organised a series of events to unseat two Tory MPs.

Tata set to close its steel plant in Newport

03 September 2019
Tata steel has torn up promises it made just a year ago and announced the closure of its Orb electrical steels base in Newport, South Wales.

Event remembers 1911 rail strike in Wales

20 August 2019
Hundreds of trade unionists, campaigners and local people gathered in Llanelli, South Wales, last Saturday to remember the 1911 rail strike.

Questions raised about safety of rail system after two workers die on tracks

03 July 2019
Two rail workers died on Wednesday after being struck by a Great Western Railway train on tracks near Port Talbot in south Wales.

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