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Panorama: Elderly Care Exposed

Stop Welfare Reform

Panorama: Elderly Care Exposed By Steve Mckenzie Last night’s Panorama programme ‘Behind Closed Doors: Elderly Care Exposed’ was truly shocking. It exposed the abuse and neglect in an old people’s home in Braintree in Essex run by Anglia and in homes in Croydon and West Sussex. This is the tip of the iceberg. [continue...]

MPs support RMT action

PRESS RELEASE
29/04/2014 For Immediate Release from John McDonnell MP Following the 48 hours of strike action on the London Underground, MPs have tabled an urgent motion in the House of Commons calling for public consultation on the future of Tube Ticket Offices and the alleged misuse of London Underground funds. [continue...]

Zero hours contracts

Trade Union Rights

Zero hours contracts
– promoting a climate of fear in the workplace By Martin Wicks [continue...]

Stop the ‘March for England’

Stop the ‘March for England’ Sunday 27th April in Brighton Assemble 11.30am at the bottom of West Street [continue...]

Jobs recovery or jobs illusion?

Jobs recovery or jobs illusion? All hail George Osborne? Maybe not, says Andrew Fisher [continue...]

How Can Labour Re-Build Trust with Teachers?

How Can Labour Re-Build Trust with Teachers? LRC Meeting at NUT Conference [continue...]

Fifty Five weeks to save the NHS

55 Weeks To Save The NHS
7pm – 9pm, Tuesday 15 April 2014 Refreshments available from 6.30pm
The Friends’ Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AF [continue...]

Hull Councillors Suspended for Voting against Cuts

Stop Welfare Reform

Hull Councillors Suspended for Voting against Cuts Personal Statement by Hull City Councillor Gill Kennett (Holderness Ward) [continue...]

Social Security Cap - Labour Rebels

Social Security Cap - Labour Rebels The House of Commons voted by 520 votes to 22 to back the social security cap initiated by the Tories. This iniquitous cap imposes a limit on future spending that takes no account of human circumstances and human need.
Only 13 Labour MPs voted against the cap while, 38 abstained or were absent. The 13 rebels were: [continue...]

A Tribute to Bob Crow and Tony Benn

A Tribute to Bob Crow and Tony Benn A Dreadful Week in March and then the Light Broke Through. [continue...]

Tony Benn’s Funeral

Tony Benn’s Funeral Thurs 27th March 10.15am- Thursday 27 March is the funeral of Tony Benn, who was the President of Stop the War Coalition and a much loved figure at demonstrations and meetings across the country.  [continue...]

A budget for UKIP not ‘hardworking people’

A budget for UKIP not ‘hardworking people’ By Michael Roberts, the LRC’s economics commentator [continue...]

An economy as if people mattered

An economy as if people mattered Andrew Fisher’s speech for People’s Budget at the Southampton People’s Assembly  [continue...]

RMT CONFIRMS BOB CROW FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS

Trade Union Rights

Following the devastating news of the death of RMT General Secretary Bob Crow on Tuesday 11th March the union is able to confirm arrangements for both Bob’s funeral and the commemoration of his life and work on Monday 24th March.
Bob Crow’s family have asked all media to respect the fact that Bob’s funeral service itself will be a private affair. Any invasion of that privacy will be taken up by the union through the press and broadcasting regulatory and complaints bodies. [continue...]

Sad Loss of Tony Benn

Sad Loss of Tony Benn from John McDonnell MP, Chair of the Socialist Campaign Group of MPs [continue...]

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