It is being widely reported that petrol prices hit a new record over the weekend, reaching 148.02p a litre on average across the UK.
The Workers Party of Britain is opposed to the mandatory use of identity card documents, or digital applications, linked to personal medical information, in this instance Covid status, either by proof of vaccination or recent test result.
A shocking report has found that infant mortality levels in Birmingham are seven deaths per 1,000 live births, compared with 3.9 deaths in England overall, with more than 100 babies dying before their first birthday each year in the city.
A Worker’s Party supporter writes from the classroom frontline: continuing to put children and the staff who care for them in harm’s way is a national scandal.
Every worker should back the DHL workers based in Portal Way, Liverpool.
Once again, the pandemic is ramming home the lesson that capitalism kills. Workers need socialism!
The Workers Party welcomes the government’s latest U-turn – forced by the outrage of the working class generally and the high-profile campaigning of England football star Marcus Rashford in particular – over the plight of hungry children in Britain, but we believe the state should go much further in ensuring a decent start for all Britain’s children.
Anglesey workers are increasingly angry at the situation that has been forced on them by the two-week lockdown in Wales, which is neither fair nor effective and threatens many with extreme hardship.
The Workers Party of Britain advocates an increase in the personal tax threshold for the poorest-paid working people.
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”