Town halls face legal threat over cuts

08/04/2011 | By Rhiannon Bury, Inside Housing Local authorities face being taken to court over their spending cuts, following a landmark court case. In the High Court last Friday Birmingham Council was told its £1.4 million cut to voluntary sector … Continue reading

After the cuts protest, what next?

The huge turnout of protesters means the TUC is burdened with great expectations; now unions must push the cuts campaign [...]

250,000 or more on TUC demonstration

An estimated 250,000 or more people attended today’s demonstration. [...]

Resisting the Cuts – Success at Bright Start Nursery (Brighton)

Last month saw Brighton & Hove Tories make a U-turn in their plans to shut down Bright Start nursery. The [...]

Birmingham boosts workers’ fightback

Wednesday 05 January 2011 by John Millington, Campaigns Reporter, Morning Star Britain’s industrial fightback against the government austerity drive will [...]

Birmingham boosts workers' fightback

Wednesday 05 January 2011 by John Millington, Campaigns Reporter, Morning Star Britain’s industrial fightback against the government austerity drive will [...]

Resolving the dispute in the NSSN

This is a personal view from SOLIDARITY Editor, Martin Wicks Download a PDF of this piece here Six officers of [...]