05 December 2017
Some 200 people marched through Brixton against the demolition of six estates in the south London borough of Lambeth last Saturday.
05 December 2017
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27 November 2017
Gas giant Ineos—owned by energy baron Jim Ratcliffe—called on the government to override Derbyshire County Council’s planning processes so it can start fracking.
26 November 2017
Bradford People’s Assembly says it has obtained documents revealing that the plans are not the result of funding cuts by central government
14 November 2017
New figures suggest that some 99 people died in the Grenfell Tower fire—and Kensington and Chelsea council is still dragging its feet on rehousing survivors, says Alistair Farrow
07 November 2017
Also: Grenfell council goes for college
31 October 2017
Also: Equal pay fight in Glasgow | Child services to be slashed in Bradford
17 October 2017
The Love Lane estate in Haringey, north London, is set to be sold off to property developers Lendlease.
03 October 2017
Also: Callous Grenfell estate bosses finally get the boot
19 September 2017
Opposition grows to Haringey demolition plans. Tenants delay Genesis housing association merger.
17 September 2017
Hundreds of strikers and their supporters demanded the Labour council stops cuts and backs workers
12 September 2017
A new report says senior officials at Rotherham council knew of problems with child sexual exploitation—but none should be charged over failures.
09 September 2017
Thousands of protesters were out in Bristol today demanding an end to Tory austerity
14 August 2017
Glasgow janitors have won their long-running pay battle against the city council. The Unison union members voted by 90 percent on Monday to accept a new deal equivalent to a 6 percent pay rise.
28 July 2017
Workers were on the move in central Manchester today, Friday, as strikers from Mears housing came to the town hall instead of mounting a picket.
25 July 2017
Birmingham workers are fighting for their livelihoods against vicious council cuts, reports Dave Sewell
21 July 2017
Some 180 workers who maintain homes for Manchester city council are two weeks into a four week continuous strike
18 July 2017
Shorts reports from the week including industrial action, refugee solidarity, opposing Ukip and resisting council cuts
11 July 2017
Workers in Children’s Services social work teams at Kirklees council, west Yorkshire, struck for two days last week. They have multiple grievances with the Labour-run authority.
04 July 2017
Even if councils stopped filling in potholes, maintaining parks and open spaces it wouldn’t be enough to satisfy the Tories’ demand for cuts.