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Poorest will suffer as Osborne turns screw on benefits

05 October 2010
The Tories want to dismantle the welfare state. And they are trying to minimise opposition to their plans by making a huge play about tackling the benefits of the "rich".

Who says?

05 October 2010
‘I was incredibly struck by the feeling that people think the Tories genuinely enjoy this cutting’

Millionaire Tories’ war on poor

05 October 2010
The Tories this week said they were sharing the pain of the cuts and targeting the better off.

7,000 join Right to Work march on Tory conference

05 October 2010
Thousands of trade unionists, students and campaigners filled the streets of central Birmingham last Sunday, defying pouring rain to join the Right to Work march on the Tory party conference.

More pictures of the Right to Work march on the Tory Party

03 October 2010

Pictures of Right to Work protest at the Tory Party conference

03 October 2010

Right to Work protest at the Tory Party conference as it happens

03 October 2010
Socialist Worker will be providing news and pictures of the protest at the Tory Party conference in Birmingham today (see below). Please check regularly for the latest from our team of reporters and photographers.

After 3 October - where next for Right to Work?

28 September 2010
Axes are poised over our heads. In two weeks time, on Wednesday 20 October, chancellor George Osborne will stand up in parliament and announce the biggest attack on public services and living standards for generations.

Revolt against the Tories

28 September 2010
The Tories are coming for our jobs, our pensions, our services, our schools and our hospitals.

Can there be a general strike here in Britain?

28 September 2010
Socialist Worker last week argued that we need a general strike to fight the Tory cuts.

Students return to face savage Tory education cuts

28 September 2010
Hundreds of thousands of students returned to universities across Britain this week to be greeted by savage cuts.

How can we win the battle against the Tories?

28 September 2010
Steve Hedley, RMT London regional organiser "Coordinated industrial action will be key to what happens. Demonstrations are good, but hitting the bosses and the government in the pocket is what matters.

People meet to stop the rich robbing the poor

28 September 2010
From Bath to Doncaster trade unionists, anti-cuts campaigners and community activists have begun organising united resistance to cuts as the summer comes to an end.

Protest planned over Birmingham sack threat

28 September 2010
Management through terror. That’s the Tory council’s strategy in Birmingham, where the Conservative conference begins this weekend.

Spending review cuts will spark a week of trade union protests

28 September 2010
Trade unions across Britain are organising protests against the cuts over the next few weeks.

Organise to wage war on the Tories

28 September 2010
How do we turn the tide on this bosses’ government? Every part of our public services is under assault. Simply put, the Tories have declared war on ordinary people, and we need to defeat them.

Mass meetings build momentum for cuts fight and protest outside Tory conference

24 September 2010
Workers, anti-cuts campaigners and community activists have poured into mass meetings in the last week as anger grows against the Tory cuts agenda.

Haringey anti-cuts protest

21 September 2010
Around 120 protesters braved a downpour to call on Haringey’s Labour council in north London to refuse to implement Tory cuts last week.

Vodafone’s a friend, so £6 billion tax goes

21 September 2010
Vodafone has avoided as much British tax as the "savings" the Tories want to make by slashing incapacity benefits for half a million people.

The ballot is on to save fire jobs

21 September 2010
Firefighters in London are going into battle against their Tory bosses—setting an example for workers everywhere.

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