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2 February 2022

Why I joined: I'm tired of austerity and status quo

Why I joined the Socialist Party: I am tired of austerity and the squeeze on the working class and lower middle class. What happened to the concept of 'quality of life', where families have the right to a fair standard of living, an

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2 February 2022

Why a socialist candidate for Birmingham Erdington is vital

The Erdington by-election is taking place as the living costs of the majority soar, and the Tory government drowns in cover-ups, corruption and lies

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19 January 2022

Want to fight austerity?

Come to the Trade Unionist and Socialist conference:

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19 January 2022

Workplace news in brief

Waltham Forest bin workers in Unite and GMB unions protested on the steps of the town hall on 13 January against bad pay and conditions

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19 January 2022

Mutual aid, the welfare state and the fight for a new mass workers' party

The Covid pandemic and its effects have deepened an already existing social crisis. Ravaged by years of cuts and privatisation, public services have been unable to meet the needs of working-class communities.

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19 January 2022

Birmingham: Cuts consultations replaced by computer game

Birmingham City Council traditionally holds public consultations on its annual budget, but for 2022 it has decided to change the format

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6 January 2022

TUSC appeals for widest possible anti-austerity socialist unity for May elections

Fighting trade unionists, socialists, and working-class community campaigners can offer an anti-austerity alternative at the ballot box

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27 October 2021

Southampton People's budget Building an alternative to Tory and Labour austerity

Local authorities up and down the country, including Southampton, face a financial crisis. The chancellor's budget will do nothing to plug Southampton's budget gap. Already the city council has carried

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27 October 2021

The fight for Hackney's children's centres continues

The fight against the closure of two of Hackney's affordable children's centres, Fernbank and Hillside, continued on Wednesday 20 October

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20 October 2021

People's Budgets - a socialist answer to cruel cuts

The Tories are planning 2bn more austerity cuts in the autumn budget.

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20 October 2021

Fight for a socialist recovery

For higher wages, permanent jobs, fully funded services. Boris Johnson and the Tories' talk of a 'high-wage economy' will stick in the throats of workers at Weetabix, Clarks and elsewhere.

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20 October 2021

"Are you the socialist cabby?"

The likelihood of politics coming up on a cab journey is nearly guaranteed. I mainly see workers, dozens of times a day.

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29 September 2021

Preparing for no-cuts People's Budgets

TUSC is promoting the idea of local conferences to draw up no-cuts People's Budgets

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22 September 2021

10 years since Occupy

In October 2011, unemployment hit its highest level for 17 years, with youth unemployment heading for 1 million

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25 August 2021

Donate to stop Tories clawing back crumbs

The Covid crisis has laid bare the class character of society. It has made clear to many that it is the working class that keeps society running, not the CEOs of major corporations. The results of austerity

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11 August 2021

Starmer's faithful Guardian

As part of its anniversary coverage of the 2011 summer unrest, The Guardian newspaper conducted a survey of council funding of youth services in the years since, looking at the five areas of the country where 49% of recorded crimes during the 2011 events took place

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11 August 2021

West Midlands: austerity and capitalism offers no future for young people

After a decade of Tory austerity and a global pandemic threatening millions of jobs, young people are more vulnerable than ever.

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30 June 2021

Hopeless Hancock replaced

As soon as the prime minister announces his 'full confidence' in a government minister in a pickle, you know they're doomed.

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23 June 2021

TUSC calls for local 'People's Budget' campaigns

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) All-Britain Steering Committee is calling on all local TUSC groups, individual members, supporters and affiliated groups in areas where they are active, to begin to lay plans for the year ahead - focusing on local 'People's Budget' campaigns.

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19 May 2021

We will not pay the cost of Covid! Defend the right to protest

Despite the public outrage it's sparked, the government is ploughing on with the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - which would seriously impede our right to protest.

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