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Palestinian hunger strikes – a victory, but will Israel keep its promises?

The Palestinian prisoners won an important victory in their struggle against brutality, but more is still to be done, argues Natalie Silverstein

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Hackney College campaign builds toward protest

Public meeting challenges Principal over necessity of cuts.

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Stormont government taking the neoliberal road

Northern Ireland’s drive to lower corporation tax shows that, despite the car crash of neoliberalism, the ‘race to the bottom’ continues, writes Ruairí Creaney

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Don’t sell us out: students tell NUS NEC to respect conference

Over a hundred signatories put the NUS on the spot over back-tracking on conference policies. This is a cross post from the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts, where you can find a regularly updated list of signatories. To sign this […]

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Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike

Palestinians protesting brutal prison conditions, writes Natalie Silverstein

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Shut down the government, not Remploy

Cuts to Remploy are throwing disabled workers out of a job, writes Sally Turner

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PCS, pensions and grassroots action

PCS rep (pc) Rebecca Allan argues that we need more action to beat the cuts

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Fight underway to save jobs at Hackney college

Campaign follows news of up to 55 redundancies at Hackney Community College.

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