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“David Cameron has been in Leeds preaching to businessmen the virtues of what he calls ‘the smart state’.
The TUC and the National Union of Students will today sign an agreement for joint campaigning between the trade union and student movements for the coming year.
The prevailing fiction of our times is that the private sector is better at running things than the public sector. This has been the ideology we’ve lived under since Margaret Thatcher.
Cuts in the UK have harmed many of the most disadvantaged, including people who are disabled or low-paid.
A network of voluntary sector workers has produced a blistering critique of charity leaders who go along with privatisation and fail to speak out about austerity.
The National Health Action Party has welcomed a statement by the SNP that it would be ready to vote on English health laws and repeal privatisation at Westminster.
Income inequality has been growing for decades in the UK, extensive evidence reveals. In recent years, so-called ‘austerity’ has served as a smokescreen for even more wealth to be transferred to a handful of millionaires.
Commuters on the UK’s privatised railways could be spending over twice as much of their salary than passengers on publicly-owned European railways.
Over a million people throughout the European Union have signed a petition against the TTIP privatisation trade agreement with the USA.
The government is seeking bids for its shares in the Eurostar cross-Channel train service as part of plans to raise £20 billion in selling state assets by 2020.
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