The following letter was sent by a Proletarian reader to the British Medical Association journal BMA News. "Readers of BMA News over the last couple of weeks cannot fail to have noticed the BMA’s conspicuous ‘No More Games’ campaign, designed – we are told – to appeal to the UK government to stop “playing games” … Continue reading Stop playing games with our NHS
Around the country firemen and teachers will be joined by hundreds of thousands of other workers in a coordinated day of strike action. Red Youth urges comrades, friends and supporters to join the demonstrations and rallies (listed below) taking place in cities and towns on Thursday. The biggest programme of cuts and privatisation in welfare … Continue reading Join the protests and support the strikes on July 10
Demonstrations have been organised around the country today against the so-called "Bedroom Tax". Many of these have been organised by local Labour Party groups, mostly those saturated by Trotskyist entryists and such like. CPGB-ML members around the country went along to some of these demonstrations and tried to impart a proletarian perspective. For some time … Continue reading Impending introduction of the new Universal Credit benefits system
Red Youth and cpgb-ml comrades attended an anti-cuts demo outside the Labour Party Conference on Sunday. Comrades were there to highlight the role played by all the main parties who're in service to big business, and to argue that a simple changing of the guard is not going to get us out of the mess … Continue reading Labour, Tory same old story – fight all the cuts!
Amongst the many cuts being made to jobs, pensions, public services and welfare provision in Britain today, the cuts to benefits generally and the benefits of the disabled in particular are perhaps the easiest to recognise as heartless targeting of ‘soft’ (ie, largely defenceless) groups to protect the profits of the rich and powerful. Disabled … Continue reading Rising anger with the profit driven murder of our sick and disabled