The LRC has written to ASLEF to offer its solidarity to its London Underground members taking industrial action on 26 December. We note the strong mandate from members for this action who voted nine to one to take industrial action. [continue...]
A review of the Labour Party policy making process was launched at party annual conference this year and a report will be presented to Annual Conference 2011. [continue...]
The LRC condemns the Coalition government for voting through the trebling of tuition fees, for abolishing the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) and the 80% cut in central teaching grant to Higher Education institutions. [continue...]
We are all affected by public spending cuts, whether as workers or in the services being cut from our communities. It is this government’s intention to make ordinary people pay the price for an economic crisis which they did not cause. [continue...]
On Thursday 9 December Parliament voted to treble university tuition fees. Outside 30,000 students and their supporters protested for free education. Below is how LRC members, in Parliament and in Parliament Square, reacted.
John McDonnell MP spoke at the demo at Malet Street, before tweeting from inside the Commons: [continue...]
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