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Test for bosses from Large Goods Vehicle examiners

LGV Strikers on the Bredbury picket in Greater Manchester (Pic: PCS union on Twitter) Large Goods Vehicle driving examiners began a week-long strike on Monday of this week. The PCS union members are involved in a long-running dispute with bosses at the Driving, Vehicle and Standards Agency (DVSA) over longer …

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After CWU loses court appeal over Royal Mail strikes

Post workers remain defiant – and have kept organising – following a court ruling banning their strike (Pic: @CWUnews/Twitter) Postal workers were waiting to find out the next steps in the battle to defend their jobs and working conditions, as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday. The workers’ CWU …

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We must take on the rich to win real change

The general election is just the beginning of this fight Will a Labour government fulfil Jeremy Corbyn’s promises to “pull down a corrupt system and build a fairer country?” Its manifesto, due to be released after Socialist Worker went to press, will be a good indication. Labour has already said …

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A radical campaign can chase the Tories out

Let’s transform the mood around the election (Pic: Neil Terry) This general election is an opportunity to kick out the Tories and break from a decade of austerity, scapegoating of Muslims and migrants, and inaction over climate change. If the Tories lose the election on 12 December, it will be a …

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Is Labour gearing up for a radical general election?

Jeremy Corbyn speaking at the Labour Party conference Jeremy Corbyn has promised Labour’s election programme will be “the most radical and exciting plan for real change ever put before the British electorate”. If the policies that Labour Party members have voted for make it into the manifesto, then that might …

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