Monthly Archives: November 2015

More Austerity Is Still the Theme of Osborne’s Autumn Statement

March and rally in Newcastle on November 24 on the eve of the Autumn Statement. The march and rally was called to fight for the alternative under the title “It’s Time for a People’s Autumn Statement”. On November 25, Chancellor … Continue reading

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Thousands Protest against Bombing Syria:

Don’t Bomb Syria! Many Thousands Protest against Proposed Military Intervention Mass protests took place yesterday, Saturday, November 28, in London and many other cities across the country in a national day of action demanding that the government not conduct air-strikes … Continue reading

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Against Bombing Syria:

No to Military Intervention in Syria! In the wake of recent events in Paris and elsewhere and following a UN Security Council resolution, Prime Minster David Cameron has presented to Parliament a new justification for the bombing of Syria. On … Continue reading

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Care on the Isle of Wight

There are few Council Care homes to look after elderly people these days and on the Isle of Wight most of it is now in the private Sector, it is seen now as a multi-million pound industry. According to data … Continue reading

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Don’t Bomb Syria. Thousands protest against proposed UK military action

Mass protests have taken place in London and many other cities across the country urging the government not to conduct airstrikes in Syria. ‘Don’t Bomb Syria’ signs were plentiful, as thousands of protesters took to the streets of the British … Continue reading

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This is a full-scale attack on the NHS, the junior doctor contract is just the start

Let’s be crystal clear (something the Secretary of State for Health has been consistent in failing to do), the junior doctors’ contract dispute is about much more than the terms and conditions for junior doctors. My name is Dr James … Continue reading

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TUC: Spending Review

Despite ‘spectacular’ tax credit u-turn, working people need more on industry, jobs and public services, says TUC   Responding to today’s (Wednesday) Comprehensive Spending Review statement from the Chancellor of the Exchequer, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said: “The Chancellor … Continue reading

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