Anguish and austerity: the personal cost of cuts

There are so many individual experiences that might give rise to political awareness or finally nudge someone into political activity- for many of my generation it might have been involvement in the anti-war movement prior to the Iraq war, or for junior doctors the unprecedented attacks on the NHS and our working conditions. 

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Why we need the People's Assembly

Jeremy Corbyn might have been re-elected as Labour leader, but he’ll still need a big movement behind him if we’re to bring about change.

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Striking to Save the Post Office

HIGH-STREET post offices could be “extinct” within two years unless the industry sees a radical change of direction, CWU leader Dave Ward warned yesterday.


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Southern Rail crisis shows that railways should be renationalised


Three weeks ago, Govia Thameslink, with the government’s permission, introduced an emergency timetable on the Southern network to cut 341 trains a day. 

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CWU serves notice for Post Office strike ballot


Union to ballot 3,500 Post Office members to “defend the future of great British institution”

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Junior Doctors Ready To Strike Again

Junior doctors in the BMA have rejected the government's offer on the new contract by 58%. Dr Mona Kamal and Dr Aislinn Macklin-Doherty argue that further strike action is now necessary.

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Convoy to Calais Report

To add your name to the open letter about the Convoy click HERE. 

Saturday 18 June, was a remarkable day... for both the wrong and the right reasons.

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