Stop the 'Tory Coup'

11114774_886043901463501_3841376031686154745_n.jpgThe Tories and their supporters in the press are preparing a post election plan to stay in office even if Labour and the SNP have more seats in Parliament. 

They are planning to declare that they are the legitimate government and have the right to form an administration.

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Mum of 4 fears her kids will be taken after Tory eviction

IMG_20150308_132245.jpgA MOTHER of four broke down in tears yesterday as she recounted how her north London council has made her homeless after the Sweets Way estate demolition. 

Juliet Azie was left with nowhere to go when Barnet Homes decided she had made herself “intentionally homeless” and refused to find her new accommodation.

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Emperors New Clothes: A ride up and down the richter scale of inequality

RussellBrandGettyFull.jpgLouise Guthrie reviews Russell Brands new film....

“Did you put Freddie Mercury under this kind of pressure?” says Brand, in response to Brian May’s question: “What do you want us to do?”, straight after the first screening of The Emperor’s New Clothes at the Hackney Picturehouse on Tues 21st April.

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People's Assembly Podcast - Election Special

Podcast2.jpgLast week we asked what the important issues were for you all at election time. We're covering the top two in the newest episode of our podcast - TTIP and the NHS - and asking experts what the mail political parties are proposing. The podcast is up on iTunes as well as soundcloud, or click below to listen.

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Challenging the Austerity Approach to Healthcare


The heat of the General Election is near boiling point as the battle rages for the   leadership of Britain on May 7th. A long overdue injection of political diversity in the candidates available - though all white and mostly middle class it has to be said - allied with the wide-spread pain of austerity, has opened up the spectrum of key, ‘vote-winning’ policy areas wider than has been seen in an election year for decades.

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Education Cuts: Evident at all Levels

london-education-cuts-protest.jpgCuts to any public service have a human face. Behind every cut is a child, an individual, a family and even, perhaps, a whole community with cuts to schools, hospitals, transport and leisure services. When cuts are made, they have a disproportionate impact upon people and communities who are already experiencing shortages of income, jobs, education and housing. Cuts are not only unnecessary but are a deliberate strategy to undermine state involvement in any form of public provision and to allow the forces of the market to exploit and subjugate populations.

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Can the Welfare State Afford to be Cut by a Further £12 billion?

A-march-in-protest-at-gov-006.jpgPoint number four on the Conservative Party's Long Term Economic Plan pledges: 'Capping welfare and working to control immigration so our economy delivers for people who want to work hard and play by the rules'. 

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