cost of living crisis

Southampton dockers defy anti-union laws in solidarity with Liverpool strike

By Dave Stockton Dockers in Southampton have refused to unload containers diverted from Liverpool, in defiance of shipping companies and government ministers attempts to undermine the Liverpool strike. This act […]

Dave Stockton  ·  01 October 2022

How can the strikes win – and what would victory look like?

Will this strike wave, the biggest for 30 years, end in victory?

Jeremy Dewar  ·  12 September 2022

There is an international crisis and we need an international struggle against it

Military conflict, climate catastrophe and economic collapse.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  12 September 2022

Democratic local assemblies needed to unite cost of living campaigns

By R. Banks and Alex Rutherford The growing cost of living crisis and increasing public alarm at what it will mean pose the urgent need for a united front between […]

Alex Rutherford  ·  10 September 2022

Dockers strikes spread from Felixstowe to Liverpool

Five hundred Liverpool dockers at England’s fourth-largest port, employed by MDHC Container Services, are to strike from 19 September to 3 October

Dave Stockton  ·  10 September 2022

Liz Truss PM: Fight fire with fire

With an ‘electorate’ of 160,000 geriatric Tory party members, 0.3% of the population chose the country’s leader.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  05 September 2022

Building collectivism, organising councils of action

By Andy Yorke THE 18 JUNE demonstration and RMT strikes have given a real shot in the arm for hundreds of thousands of workers preparing to defend their pay, jobs […]

Andy Yorke  ·  05 July 2022

Inflation: what it is and how to fight it

INFLATION IS at its highest level for over 40 years and the rate continues to climb. For workers under the age of 40, this is their first real taste of […]

KD Tait  ·  04 July 2022

Build a mass movement against inflation

THE COST OF living crisis is an attack on the whole working class. It requires a class-wide response to force the rich to pay for the rising cost of living […]

KD Tait  ·  24 June 2022

Leeds University workers launch week-long pay strike

By Rebecca Anderson A hundred Unison members picketed Leeds University this morning, an impressive turnout to kick off their week of strike action. Libraries were closed and campus was encircled […]

Rebecca Anderson  ·  20 June 2022

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