The NHS: Death by a thousand cuts

7.2 million people are on waiting lists for NHS treatment in England.

Rebecca Anderson  ·  18 December 2022

Resist Jeremy Hunt’s class war budget

Living standards will fall by 7% in the next two years.

KD Tait  ·  17 December 2022

Austerity is back as Sunak makes poor pay for the crisis

The Spring Statement signalled the return of austerity and the steepest slide in living standards since records began in the 1950s.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  13 April 2022

National Insurance hike will make workers pay for Tory health and care crisis

By Reginald Banks The Tories have fired an initial salvo at the working class in the battle over who is to pay for the pandemic. The new ‘health and social care levy’, which cleared all of its Commons stages in a single day, will raise national insurance rates by 1.25% to their highest level ever […]

George Banks  ·  09 October 2021

Mental health crisis deepens

Class, oppression and mental health under lockdown.

Dave Brody  ·  14 November 2020

Lebanon: Protests Call for End to Confessional System

Lebanon, like Iraq, Sudan, and Algeria, is experiencing its own version of the Arab Spring with mass demonstrations, occupations and street blockades

Dave Stockton  ·  20 November 2019

Chile Rises Against Austerity

Chile joins a growing list of countries currently experiencing a mass revolt for a better world, free of corruption, poverty and austerity. These presently include Ecuador, Lebanon, Hong Kong, Sudan, Iraq, and Chile

Chris Clough  ·  19 November 2019

Tax Credit Cuts Punish the Poor

  TORY plans to reduce tax credits have been defeated in the House of Lords. This is a welcome setback for Osborne, but he is still determined to grab £4.4 billion from low paid workers and the self-employed. The Lords’ vote will delay Osborne’s plans by three years, but his Autumn Statement will reveal fresh […]

Workers Power  ·  08 November 2015

Cuts put women on rations

By Rebecca Anderson 2 May 2015 Chancellor George Osborne crowed in his 2015 budget speech that the employment rate was at 73 per cent, an all-time high. Those with friends and family struggling to find work will be surprised by this statistic, but the Tories have been very effective at kicking people off benefits. Job […]

Workers Power  ·  02 May 2015

Stop the Stormont House Agreement

By Bernie McAdam 16 March 2015 A mass strike involving up to 50,000 public sector workers was held across the north of Ireland on Friday 13 March. NIPSA, UNITE, INTO, GMB and UNISON called out members in transport, health, social services, education and the civil service against the Stormont Executive’s plans to cut the Budget […]

Workers Power  ·  16 March 2015

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