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Can the Junior Doctors’ strike save the NHS?

This week Michael Walker is joined by Aislinn Macklin-Doherty, Youssef El-Gingihy, Ellie-Mae O’Hagan and Paul McCrone to discuss the ongoing junior doctors' dispute and whether junior doctors can save our NHS from privatisation.

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Unions without a Cosa?

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss the '3Cosas' campaign and forthcoming strikes throughout UK higher education. Can the larger incumbent unions adapt and remain relevant?

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#3Cosas: University Of London Workers Protest

Report on the 3 Cosas campaign and one of their recent demos. Aaron Bastani speaks to vice-president of ULU, Dan Cooper, as well as Sonia Chura, one of the outsourced workers at University Of London.

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On University Strikes

In this brief video James Butler outlines what constitutes 'support' and acting in solidarity with striking workers in higher education.

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Why does the TUC exist?

This week James Butler and Aaron Bastani are joined by Richard Bernard as they discuss the TUC (Trades Union Congress) it's historical role and it's present function in relation to the Labour Party in the context of austerity.