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Simon Basketter: Should unions be stopped from funding Labour?

2080

3

8.12.07

 

While scandals about rich businessmen’s relationships to the Labour Party unravel, it has been trade unions that have come in for attack in sections of the media.

 

Suzanne Jeffery: Free markets won’t stop climate chaos

2080

4

8.12.07

 

Up until recently many ordinary people were uncertain as to whether global warming was happening at all, let alone what the causes were of any changes in the climate. For millions, such doubt has now disappeared in the face of overwhelming scientific evidence and the increasingly apparent reality of a changing climate.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Fighting the far right: Why there must be no free speech for Nazis

2080

5

8.12.07

 

The Oxford Union’s recent decision to debate with two of Britain’s leading Nazis – Nick Griffin, leader of the British National Party (BNP) and David Irving, a convicted Holocaust denier – provoked widespread condemnation.

 

Simon Assaf: World Against War Conference: Global movement plans next moves

2080

6

8.12.07

 

Delegates representing millions of anti-war campaigners across the world this week pledged themselves to organising demonstrations, protests and rallies to mark the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.
For videos of the speeches and the conference declaration go to www.stopwar.org.uk.

 

World Against War Conference: Unions join fight against the war

2080

6

8.12.07

 

A group of health workers from South Wales came as a delegation to the conference. Shop steward Ian Thomas, who helped to organise the group, told Socialist Worker, “Our union branch unanimously backed this event.

 

World Against War Conference: Czechs say no to US missiles

2080

6

8.12.07

 

Campaigners from the Czech Republic told the conference about the growing unease over the “new cold war” in central Europe.

 

World Against War Conference: Europe fights against war

2080

6

8.12.07

 

Brigitte Ostmeyer from the Left Party in Germany spoke of the growing movement against German troops being in Afghanistan.

 

World Against War Conference: Resisting attack on Iran

2080

6

8.12.07

 

Mohammad Omidvar represents Iran’s Tudeh (Communist) Party. He told the session on Iran about a growing movement for change inside the country.

 

Glyn Robbins: The great housing swindle

2080

8

8.12.07

 

The new Housing and Regeneration Bill will not solve the housing crisis, writes Glyn Robbins. We need a new generation of council housing.

 

Housing bill facts

2080

8

8.12.07

 

The new Housing and Regeneration Bill being pushed through parliament is the latest example of New Labour’s vague promises turning out to be another attack on ordinary people.

 

Simon Basketter: The social cleansing of Newcastle

2080

9

8.12.07

 

Like many city centres, the skyline of Newcastle is covered in cranes. There is a huge boom in construction. Apartments and office blocks are rising and falling on the same sites that were the heart of city’s corrupt building boom in the 1960s.

 

New Labour’s privatisation disasters

2080

9

8.12.07

 

New Labour housing minister Yvette Cooper has claimed the new government plans for housing are “groundbreaking”. In fact they follow in a direct line of privatised developments that have made millions for developers and managed to provide even less housing for ordinary people.

 

Yuri Prasad: Review: Arertha Franklin: Two CD album – "I Never Loved A Man" + "Dr Feelgood": Aretha Franklin: preaching the gospel of liberation

2080

11

8.12.07

 

A new collection of rare and previously unreleased recordings by Aretha Franklin are a powerful reminder of how she transformed popular music.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Venezuela: Defeat on constitutional reforms: Is it all over for Hugo Chavez? (expanded online version)

2080

12

8.12.07

 

Mike Gonzalez reports from Venezuela on the reasons behind the recent vote against president Hugo Chavez’s constitutional reforms.

 

John Bellamy Foster: Marx and ecology

2080

13

8.12.07

 

Karl Marx’s analysis of the environment under capitalism shows how saving the planet is inextricably linked to transforming our society.

 

Esme Choonara: 80,000 strike back at Gordon Brown’s pay freeze

2080

16

8.12.07

 

Over 80,000 members of the PCS civil service workers’ union working in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) are set to strike on Thursday and Friday of this week over pay.

 

Yuri Prasad: Stop NHS privatisation: Crucial week in fight for Karen Reissmann

2080

16

8.12.07

 

Campaigners across Britain have vowed to keep up the fight for Karen Reissmann, the leading health trade unionist from Manchester who has been victimised for fighting cuts and privatisation.

 

Anger and determination on picket lines as DWP workers start two-day strike (online only)

2080

 

8.12.07

 

A strike by civil service workers in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) brought job centres, benefit offices, the Child Support Agency and call centres to a halt on Thursday, the first day of a two-day strike.

 

Cem Uzun: While Turkey's generals attack Iraq, Kurds and Turks demonstrate for peace. (online only)

2080

 

8.12.07

 

Last Saturday Turkish troops crossed into Iraq in a dangerous escalation of the conflict in the Middle East. The same day thousands demonstrated for peace in the town of Merzan, in Hakkari, the Turkish province from which the attacks were launched.

 

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