“For richer, for poorer?” A sick joke at our expense, writes Joana Ramiro
With a number of trade unions lining up to strike together against the coalition government’s attacks, there is a burning need to unite all existing anti-cuts campaigns into an all-Britain anti-cuts federation, writes Joy Macready
Luke Cooper discusses the growing phenomenon of autonomism in the anti-cuts and student movement
THE FIGHT against the cuts is taking a big step forward on 30 June, with a string of unions now pledging to shut the country down in a mass public sector strike, writes Jeremy Drinkall
The Public and Commercial Services Union has played a leading role in calling for the co-ordinated public sector strike on 30 June, writes Rebecca Allan, PCS rep
Fierce fighting continues across Libya as the revolutionaries struggle to bring down Gaddafi’s regime.
Prime Minister David Cameron has again whipped up racist fears about immigration, calling for “good immigration, not mass immigration” and claiming he will stop “hundreds of thousands” coming to Britain.
Joana Pinto stood for the Vice President Union Development position at this years NUS conference. Below is her speech, calling for a fighting students union