Labour’s policy is being watered down in an effort to court corporate chiefs in what is becoming known as the “smoked salmon and scrambled egg“ offensive.
The budget has rightly been overshadowed by the strikes and protests of the labour movement, not least because the announcement has elicited comment from the Office of Budget Responsibility that we will see the largest fall in living standards since 1956.
Full solidarity with rail cleaners taking strike action with the RMT.
At the TUC Conference in Brighton this September, all the real talk will be happening on the fringe. From 7pm on the evening of Monday 12 September, the Workers Party will be offering three great speakers for the bargain price of £4.89.
Liverpool council has recently approved a round of cuts to vital services in the city, including the closure of all physical One Stop Shops, with a promise to keep the services going through telephone and online services only.
The Workers Party of Britain condemns the plan by luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin to make over 200 workers redundant at its St Athans plant.
The Workers Party of Britain condemns Cammell Laird’s plans to make shipyard workers redundant and further casualise the workforce at Birkenhead.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces plans by a number of universities to make many of their academic staff redundant and supports the resistance being put up by some workers in this sector.
The Workers Party of Britain denounces South Western Railway’s plan to stop its on-board catering provision, making more than 130 workers redundant and depriving the traveling public of a valued service.
WPB Anglesey condemns the loss of 28 jobs at truck stop Road King which is a direct result of the British government’s panic decision to purchase land for a new customs post.