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Billions for Northern Rock bailout: Brown backs bank robbers

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24.11.07

 

As the vultures circle around Northern Rock the government seems set to feed them with billions of pounds from the public purse.

 

Matthew Cookson: Activists across the globe build a World Against War

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2

24.11.07

 

Anti-war campaigners from across the globe are heading to London on Saturday 1 December to attend the World Against War conference, organised by the Stop the War Coalition.

 

Morale in British army reaches an all time low

2078

2

24.11.07

 

The occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq are producing unease in the army.

 

Esme Choonara: Pakistan: Where next for the movement?

2078

2

24.11.07

 

Protesters continue to defy brutal state repression in Pakistan.
Thousands of lawyers, human rights activists and other campaigners have been imprisoned since General Musharraf declared martial law on 3 November.

 

Simon Assaf: Glasgow daycare strike: ‘We won’t let council bully or blackmail us’

2078

3

24.11.07

 

Around 270 day centre workers in Glasgow are entering their seventh week of indefinite strike action.

 

Neil Davidson: Neoliberal logic exposed by Scottish National Party

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4

24.11.07

 

In a recent article in The Guardian, Scottish journalist Iain MacWhirter noted Gordon Brown’s “apparent capitulation to neoconservatism” and asked what might have happened if Brown had taken a different path.

 

Simon Basketter: Respect conference: Delegates discuss the way forward for Respect

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5

24.11.07

 

Some 350 delegates and observers gathered to discuss the way forward at Respect’s fourth annual conference, held at the University of Westminster in central London.

 

Respect conference: Campaign priorities in months ahead

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5

24.11.07

 

Chairing the final session Tower Hamlets Respect councillor Oliur Rahman took an emergency motion from Preston Respect on the crisis in Pakistan which condemned General Musharraf’s regime.

 

Respect conference: Conference voices

2078

5

24.11.07

 

Delegates to Respect conference spoke to Socialist Worker

 

Simon Basketter: Respect Renewal: George Galloway launches rival organisation

2078

5

24.11.07

 

George Galloway and his supporters launched a new organisation, Respect Renewal, at a rally on Saturday organised in opposition to the official Respect delegate conference.

 

Ken Olende: Immigration: How Southall’s Asians fought against racism

2078

6

24.11.07

 

In the last part of our series Ken Olende looks at the struggle of new immigrants to establish themselves

 

NHS to be run just like McDonald’s

2078

6

24.11.07

 

Evidence that the government plans to extend the privatisation of the NHS emerged last week, just as health secretary Alan Johnson was telling the media that many private contracts were to be withdrawn.

 

Growing solidarity for Karen Reissmann

2078

6

24.11.07

 

Solidarity is pouring in for mental health strikers in Manchester who are fighting for the reinstatement of their union branch chair Karen Reissmann.

 

Ken Olende: Africom: The ‘war on terror’ spreads to Africa

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8

24.11.07

 

US plans for Africa are about increasing its dominance and the grip of Western multinationals, and they will only make the people’s suffering worse

 

Simon Assaf: Somalia: Resistance grows to US-backed occupation

2078

9

24.11.07

 

Somali journalist Abdisalam Guled witnessed the rise of the Union of Islamic Courts and the US-backed invasion by Ethiopian troops. He spoke to Simon Assaf.

 

Maps of Africa

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8

24.11.07

 

West Africa and the Gulf of Guinea + Somalia, Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa

 

Sadie Robinson: Oppression lies behind the low rape conviction rates

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9

24.11.07

 

Tory leader David Cameron last week used the low conviction rate for rape as an excuse to condemn the “moral collapse” of British society. This is the latest way that Cameron has tried to tap into a feeling of social crisis.

 

Yuri Prasad: Mine Eyes Have Seen: Chronicling black people’s resistance to US racism

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11

24.11.07

 

Review: Mine Eyes Have Seen: Bearing Witness to the Struggle for Civil Rights by Bob Adelman and Charles Johnson (Thames and Hudson)
A collection of Bob Adelman’s photographs sheds light on the continuing struggle of black people in the US.

 

Jane Bassett: Raising the school leaving age: Education for all?

2078

12

24.11.07

 

The move to raise the school leaving age to 18 reflects an authoritarian and cynical attitude towards young people.

 

Interview with editor Brian Richardson: Telling It Like It Is

2078

13

24.11.07

 

Brian Richardson edited the book Tell It Like It Is: How Our Schools Fail Black Children. He spoke to Socialist Worker about racism, class and the problems young black people face

 

Jim Wolfreys: France rises up against Sarkozy

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16

24.11.07

 

A major battle is underway in France. The newly elected president Nicolas Sarkozy and his right wing government have launched a wave of attacks on workers and students.

 

French students: ‘The movement is building rapidly’

2078

16

24.11.07

 

Students across France have been occupying their universities and protesting against the government’s LRU laws that introduce the market into university management.

 

Louise Reynolds: South Koreans unite against war, corruption and neoliberalism (online only)

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24.11.07

 

Thousands of protesters converged in South Korea’s capital Seoul on Sunday 11 November for the biggest demonstration in recent years.

 

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