After serious discussion of the arguments for and against the introduction of a universal basic income (UBI), the members council of the WPB passed the following motion at its meetingContinue reading “We demand meaningful work for all: WPB takes a stand on UBI”
The Workers Party of Britain denounces Goldstar Transport for using the current health emergency as a pretext for closing down its depot at Woolpit, Suffolk, and attacking the terms andContinue reading “Support the Woolpit drivers!”
The Workers Party of Britain stands with the Palestinian people who are resisting the imposition of Donald Trump’s ‘deal of the century’, a deal cooked up by the Israelis andContinue reading “No annexation; Free Palestine!”
The Workers Party of Britain supports the NHS anniversary events that have been organised by NHS campaign groups across the country this weekend (see below for leaflet and details). DownloadContinue reading “NHS at 72; reverse the devastation of privatisation”
The Workers Party of Britain denounces Swissport’s plan to cut more than half its UK workforce, slashing 4,556 of its roughly 8,500 jobs and putting corporate profits over the livelihoodContinue reading “Workers Party of Britain denounces job cuts at Swissport”
The Workers Party of Britain believes that Bentley, the luxury car manufacturer based in Crewe, should cancel its attempts to chase 1,000 workers out the door. Bentley has written toContinue reading “Workers Party of Britain calls for Bentley to save all jobs”
The Workers Party of Britain is utterly opposed to the scheming of Rolls Royce, which, having secured government cash to put over 4,000 of its British employees on furlough, now plansContinue reading “Workers Party of Britain stands with Rolls Royce workers”
Plans to fire all 42,000 workers and rehire 30,000 of them under new contracts with huge pay cuts have led to a report by the House of Commons Transport SelectContinue reading “Workers Party of Britain condemns British Airways management”
Corbyn’s Labour leadership campaign of 2015 was a miracle to behold. He surfed a wave he was himself generating which in turn built the wave ever higher. And he swept his centrist opponents away in a landslide victory. How, then, did it all go so wrong in just a few years?
40 years of progressive privatisation has left all NHS trusts and hospitals at financial and organisational breaking point, with no ability to rapidly expand the levels of care.