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Anti-fascist campaigners mobilise against the BNP’s threat

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2

27.10.07

 

Unite Against Fascism has launched a joint statement condemning the decision to extend a welcome to Nick Griffin, leader of the fascist British National Party (BNP), and convicted Holocaust denier David Irving.

 

Andy Zebrowski: Polish voters turn against right wing party (expanded online)

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2

27.10.07

 

Donald Tusk's neoliberal Civic Platform won the Polish parliamentary elections last Sunday comprehensively defeating the right-wing populist Law and Justice party of prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski – whose twin brother is the country's president.

 

Carnage in Baghdad after US air raid

2074

3

27.10.07

 

A deadly attack by US helicopter gunships killed tens of civilians in Baghdad’s Sadr City.

 

Simon Assaf: US tells Turkey: We’ll crush Kurdish rebels

2074

3

27.10.07

 

The US has promised Turkey that it will crush Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq who are fighting for an independent homeland in eastern Turkey.
Turkey is threatening to invade northern Iraq following a series of armed confrontations with Kurdish militants along the Iraq-Turkey border.

 

Simon Assaf: US wants bases in Lebanon

2074

4

27.10.07

 

The US wants to set up a string of military bases in Lebanon as part of its plans to develop a wider military strategy in the Middle East.

 

Riaz Ahmed: Afghan war spreads into Pakistan

2074

4

27.10.07

 

The bombs in Karachi that ripped through the cavalcade returning former prime minister Benazir Bhutto from exile mark a major escalation of the “war on terror” in Pakistan.

 

Colin Barker: From Movement to Revolution: Need for organisation to change the world

2074

7

27.10.07

 

In the final part of our series Colin Barker shows how popular institutions must be extended in a revolutionary situation to win power.

 

Hsiao-Hung Pai: Chinatown's restaurant workers: ‘we are refusing to be scapegoated’

2074

7

27.10.07

 

Over 200 restaurant employees and supporters marched through Gerrard Street in London’s Chinatown on Thursday of last week. They demanded “an end to racial discrimination” and chanted “It’s no crime to work.”

 

Simon Basketter: Report shows benefits of immigration into Britain

2074

7

27.10.07

 

The right wing consensus that immigration leads to job losses and lower wages took a blow last week from a home office report. Immigrants now account for more than four million of the 37 million working age people in Britain.

 

Elane Heffernan: Abortion rights – 40 years on

2074

8

27.10.07

 

Forty years ago this weekend the 1967 Abortion Act was passed in Britain.
Doctor Wendy Savage, a leading figure in the fight for abortion rights and the co-ordinator of Doctors for a Woman’s Choice on Abortion spoke to Socialist Worker about the issues.

 

Elane Heffernan: Abortion: No return to the backstreets

2074

9

27.10.07

 

In 1966, the year before abortion was legalised, around 4,000 women in Britain died trying to end a pregnancy that they did not want, could not afford, or could not cope with.
Margaret Renn, a leading women’s rights campaigner, remembers the movement for the right to choose.

 

John Riddell: The Comintern: Liberation of the sexes

2074

9

27.10.07

 

In his series on the Communist International historian John Riddell looks at how the revolutionaries made equality for women a central feature of Communism.

 

Socialist Worker (UK): Editorial: Defend socialism and democracy in Respect

2074

12

27.10.07

 

Respect, the coalition which has won greater electoral success than any left alternative for decades, is facing a deep crisis. It is a political crisis about the direction of the left in Britain which requires an urgent response.

 

Viren Swami: James Watson’s 'scientific' racism is inferior science

2074

12

27.10.07

 

James Watson’s belief that black people are less intelligent than white people is the latest example of scientific racism, writes Viren Swami.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: The rise of apathy?

2074

13

27.10.07

 

Dismissing ordinary people as ‘apathetic’ has become commonplace. But this rests on a misunderstanding of class and class struggle, argues Anindya Bhattacharyya. (Review: Mark Garnett: "From Anger to Apathy: The British Experience since 1975")

 

Simon Basketter: Eight reasons to reject the EU treaty

2074

16

27.10.07

 

Gordon Brown has made it clear there will be no referendum on the European Union (EU) reform treaty.
Yet page 84 of the Labour Party’s 2005 manifesto says of the original EU constitution: “We will put it to the British people in a referendum.”
They should be a referendum over the EU treaty – and we should campaign for and win a no vote. Here are eight reasons why.

 

Jim Wolfreys: Sarkozy’s attack on French pension rights (expanded online)

2074

16

27.10.07

 

France’s transport network was brought to a standstill on Thursday of last week as thousands of railway workers came out on strike against president Nicolas Sarkozy’s plans to end “exceptional pension schemes”.

 

Simon Basketter: Press conference by Tower Hamlets Respect councillors who resigned group whip (online only)

2074

 

27.10.07

 

Four Tower Hamlets Respect councillors resigned the Respect group whip last week.
They explained their position at a press conference on Monday.

 

Respect: there is no split – let the members decide (online only)

2074

 

27.10.07

 

A statement has been issued by several leading members of Respect following an email sent out by the Respect National Office claiming that the SWP is planning to split from Respect. It follows in full.

 

Martin Smith: The SWP leadership is not splitting from Respect (online only)

2074

 

27.10.07

 

The SWP has issued a statement following an email sent out by the Respect National Office claiming that the SWP is planning to split from Respect. It follows in full.

 

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