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Siân Ruddick: 1,000 anti-fascists wreck Oxford’s sham debate

2079

2

1.12.07

 

I was one of over a 1,000 protesters from all walks of life that gathered outside the Oxford Union debating club on Monday of this week to try and stop it from hosting a “forum” featuring two leading Nazis.

 

Czechs campaign to stop US missile defence radar bases

2079

3

1.12.07

 

Ivona Novomestska spoke to Socialist Worker about the campaign to stop George Bush's plans to build missile defence radar installations in the Czech Republic.

 

Sadie Robinson: Climate change: A global day of action to save the planet

2079

3

1.12.07

 

Millions of people across the globe will take part in a day of action against climate change on 8 December.

 

Alex Callinicos: The brutal and corrupt rule of Ian Smith

2079

4

1.12.07

 

I must acknowledge my debt to Ian Smith, who died last week. I was a teenager in Zimbabwe – then known as Southern Rhodesia – during the years when Smith consolidated white rule that, he said, would last a thousand years.
The experience of Smith's bigoted, racist, repressive, mean-spirited, corrupt, provincial regime politicised me, and put me on the road to becoming a revolutionary Marxist.

 

Jim Wolfreys: Sarkozy off the hook as French rail workers enter talks

2079

5

1.12.07

 

After nine days of strikes against president Nicolas Sarkozy’s pension reforms, France’s rail and metro workers last week voted to suspend action as their unions agreed to talks on the government’s terms.

 

France: Student occupations at the crossroads

2079

5

1.12.07

 

Kohou Mbwélili, a student at Paris’s Sorbonne university, spoke to Socialist Worker about the student movement.

 

François Duval: France: LCR: ‘We need to build a political alternative to the neoliberal parties’

2079

5

1.12.07

 

The current wave of industrial disputes in France takes place less than six months after the election of the right wing Nicolas Sarkozy as president. It shows that the French working class is still up for a fight, despite its recent election defeat.

 

Simon Basketter: New evidence: the reality of detention without trial in Northern Ireland

2079

6

1.12.07

 

A secret army document reveals brutality of internment by the British state

 

Aditya Sarkar: Nandigram: Neoliberal policies hit a rock in India (expanded online)

2079

6

1.12.07

 

Through 2007 Nandigram has witnessed one of the most significant movements against global neoliberalism and state power anywhere in the world.

 

Riaz Ahmed: Protests defy military rule in Pakistan

2079

6

1.12.07

 

Last week was very eventful for the left in Karachi.

 

Dahr Jamail interview: Iraq occupation in the eye of the storm

2079

8

1.12.07

 

One of the few independent journalists to report from inside Iraq, Dahr Jamail spoke to Socialist Worker about the reality behind US claims of success in its ‘surge’.

 

World Against War conference: Messages from international activists

2079

8

1.12.07

 

The international World Against War conference will bring together delegates from five continents. Ibrahim Mousawi, the former editor from Lebanon’s pro-resistance Al-Manar TV station, and Brigitte Ostmeyer of Germany’s Die Linke tell Socialist Worker why they will be attending the conference.

 

Simon Assaf: Afghanistan: Stumbling into more war

2079

9

1.12.07

 

The Taliban are on the verge of overrunning Kabul, they control over half of Afghanistan and are fast becoming the only legitimate power in the country. These are the conclusions of a study released last week by The Senlis Council – a right wing think tank.

 

Socialist Worker (UK): Editorial: Free speech for Nazis is a threat to democracy

2079

12

1.12.07

 

“Free speech” was the justification wheeled out this week by the Oxford Union for handing over a platform to Nick Griffin, leader of the fascist British National Party (BNP), and David Irving, a convicted Holocaust denier.

 

Jacob Middleton: Understanding the financial crisis: End of the World?

2079

13

1.12.07

 

From Northern Rock to the subprime mortgage scandal, financial markets are in turmoil. Jacob Middleton looks at what lies behind the current crisis.

 

Financial graphs

2079

13

1.12.07

 

UK corporation tax receipts + Long term US securities transactions

 

Yuri Prasad: On the march to defend sacked trade unionist Karen Reissmann

2079

16

1.12.07

 

Trade unionists and health campaigners from across Britain demonstrated in Manchester on Saturday of last week to demand the reinstatement of nurse Karen Reissmann, who was sacked last month for speaking out against cuts and privatisation.

 

Penny Howard: Glasgow daycare strike enters seventh week

2079

16

1.12.07

 

Workers at Glasgow's day centres for people with learning and physical disabilities have entered their seventh week of indefinite strike action.

 

Patrick Ward: Building against the Nazi menace in Oxford (online only)

2079

 

1.12.07

 

Patrick Ward went to Oxford in the build up to the demonstration and spoke to some of those organising the campaign.

 

Civil service DWP strikes called for 6 and 7 December online only

2079

 

1.12.07

 

Over 80,000 workers in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) are set to strike on 6 and 7 December. The workers, members of the PCS civil service workers’ union, voted by 62 percent in favour of strikes over pay.

 

James Supple: Landslide defeat for Australia’s Tory government (online only)

2079

 

1.12.07

 

Australia’s long-serving Tory prime minister John Howard suffered a dramatic defeat in last weekend’s federal election. The opposition Labour party won with the biggest swing in any election since 1975.

 

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