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9 February 2022

Tesco slashes jobs and customer service

Urgent fightback needed against profiteer bosses: Job losses in the region of 1,600 jobs could go at Tesco. After two years of being praised as front-line key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic, this is how Tesco is repaying the workers, who have earned

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26 January 2022

War in Yemen, made in Harlow, profit for rich

Three children were killed by an air strike as they were playing football in Yemen on 21 January, and more than 70 prisoners died when a detention centre was bombed

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26 January 2022

Social care providers put profit before residents' needs - nationalise care now

Five years ago, I wrote for the Socialist explaining what it was like working in care, the limited time we had to get people washed, dressed, and to help them eat and drink.

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19 January 2022

News in brief

299 million of PPE brought by the government during the pandemic has gone out of date. The early days of the pandemic were marked by health and care workers' struggles for face masks and other PPE. Now,

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12 January 2022

Don't Look Up: An entertaining satire on corporate power and the US establishment

Film: 'Don't Look Up': The movie satire, 'Don't Look Up', became a major hit over the Christmas holiday season. The dark comedy, written and directed by Adam McKay, concerns a desperate attempt by scientists to alert the

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3 November 2021

Sexism, safety and the profit system

After over a year of nights in, 'social bubbles' and rainy outdoor seating, it's no wonder the decision to bring back nightclubs and bars has been so popular, especially among the younger generation

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29 September 2021

End profit-fuelled crisis

Queues at petrol stations, fuel bills rising, the risk of empty supermarket shelves for Christmas - all symptoms of a sick system.

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22 September 2021

Energy market chaos makes the case for nationalisation

Millions of gas consumers face price hikes and uncertainty in supplies

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22 September 2021

Famine in Madagascar

The problems that climate change will pose for food production are already being felt in Madagascar. The country's south has faced four years of back-to-back droughts which have wiped out harvests. As

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11 August 2021

NHS: Kick out the privatisers, Fight for funding, Build for strike action

Profit vultures descend on the NHS backlog: A recent report of new deals between the NHS and private hospitals and private healthcare groups comes as no surprise

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30 June 2021

Stop the Channel 4 sell-off!

Channel 4 is again under threat of privatisation. The government is considering options as part of broader media reform proposals, responding to market disruption as well as Tory political and ideological

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26 May 2021

Our lives, our jobs, our future - Not safe in Tory hands


One law for them and one law for us. Nothing summed that up better than Dominic Cummings' trip to Barnard Castle during the first Covid lockdown.
Now the thieves have fallen out.

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21 April 2021

No trust in billionaire owners - kick them out and reclaim the game

The withdrawals from the Super League are celebrated

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7 April 2021

Pimlico Academy protests: "Run by racists for profit"

Anger has been growing in schools for a long time. Decades of underfunding, increasing class sizes and growing pressure around exam results have created schools which feel more like exam factories then

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10 March 2021

London bus drivers continue walkout

Bus workers in Unite, striking at private company RATP in London continued on 5 March.

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24 February 2021

Social care: End privatisation and let workers decide how it's run

When Boris Johnson became prime minister in July 2019, he promised to "fix the crisis in social care once and for all"

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17 February 2021

Cryptocurrency bubble: Insanity of capitalism

Low interest rates and the declining profit margins of capitalist production have pushed speculators to find new areas to invest their capital. This has created a massive bubble in cryptocurrencies.

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17 February 2021

Boot private companies out of our NHS

Despite the recently leaked government draft white paper suggesting reversing "controversial privatisation policies" introduced in 2012, private healthcare operators continue to gorge on the NHS.

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3 February 2021

Children in care: Privatisation is not working

Many people would think that children, who are in the care of a local authority, would be safe, well cared for and free from the risks of sexual or criminal exploitation

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27 January 2021

TV Review: It's a Sin

I remember the first time I heard about being gay outside of jokes in the playground. It was looking at pictures of Kaposi's sarcoma patients in a science textbook page on HIV/Aids.

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