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Simon Assaf: Stop this endless war

2092

1

15.3.08

 

The US and Britain have been spinning lies since the beginning of the occupation.

 

Yuri Prasad: Gordon Brown’s policies mean most face spiralling debt

2092

2

15.3.08

 

People in Britain are forced to work an average of 70 days a year just to pay the interest on their debts – and that’s before making any repayments on the amount borrowed.

 

Tony Staunton: CND to rally at Aldermaston

2092

2

15.3.08

 

Anti-war campaigners are meeting at Aldermaston in Berkshire on 24 March to encircle the nuclear research centre and call for it to be shut.
The protest commemorates the first Aldermaston March that took place 50 years ago.

 

Call to shut Guantanamo

2092

2

15.3.08

 

Omar Deghayes, the British former Guantanamo Bay detainee who was released at the end of last year, will be speaking at the Stop the War demonstration in London this Saturday.

 

Lindsey for London: ‘Vote against poverty, war and privatisation’

2092

3

15.3.08

 

The battle over what kind of London we need is taking place across the capital in the run-up to the crucial 1 May elections.

 

Why Respect is standing as ‘Left List’ in London

2092

3

15.3.08

 

Lindsey German was Respect’s mayoral candidate in the 2004 London elections. She was re-selected as Respect’s mayoral candidate last spring by over 300 Respect members at a properly convened all-London convention. But she has not been allowed to describe herself as a Respect candidate on the ballot paper for the 1 May London elections.

 

Alex Callinicos: The White Season's shabby attack on multiculturalism

2092

4

15.3.08

 

White Season? Whitewash more like it. A backlash against multiculturalism has been gathering strength ever since the 7 July 2005 bombings in London. It has now become a tidal wave, sweeping through that supposed liberally temple, the BBC.

 

Simon Basketter: The truth about the ‘white working class’

2092

4

15.3.08

 

Behind the media hype about “whiteness” lies a racist agenda that distorts and dismisses the working class tradition of struggle.

 

Naz Massoumi + John Rees: Iranian activists appeal for an end to US threats

2092

5

15.3.08

 

Pro-reform movement journalist Isa Saharkhiz spoke to Naz Massoumi about the fight for democracy in Iran, while John Rees argues that only a strategy that puts the working class at the centre can bring liberation.

 

Naz Massoumi: Iran: Full interview with Isa Saharkhiz

2092

5

15.3.08

 

Isa Saharkhiz is a pro reform movement journalist and a political analyst in Iran. He is a member of the Association of Iranian Journalist (Syndicate) and a member of the Central Council of the Committee for Protect of Press Freedom. He is also a civil society and human rights activist.

 

Judith Orr: Women’s liberation: The struggles and retreats of the 1980s

2092

6

15.3.08

 

In the second column in our series on women’s liberation, Judith Orr looks at problems that hit the women’s movement.

 

Abbie Bakan: Clinton vs Obama: Racism, sexism and the US elections

2092

6

15.3.08

 

Abbie Bakan takes a look at the arguments about oppression that have been thrown up by the Democratic Party’s presidential primaries.

 

Iraq: a country pushed to the brink

2092

9

15.3.08

 

For Iraqi refugees, 2007 was a year marked by new levels of misery. According to a survey of 1.5 million refugees in Syria, 78 percent had been forced to flee Baghdad during the “surge”.

 

The 'Long War': ‘War on terror’ becomes a war without end

2092

9

15.3.08

 

“We can’t agree it’s global, we can’t agree it’s terrorism, but we all generally agree it’s a war, and it’s going to be long,” wrote James Carafano, a leading neocon “intellectual” of the Heritage Foundation.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: 1968–the year culture and politics were united

2092

11

15.3.08

 

A new film for the South Bank Show reveals the links between the art and struggles of 1968.

 

Editorial: A single state is the only just solution for Palestine and Israel

2092

12

15.3.08

 

People across the world are rightly horrified at the appalling violence and cruelty that has been meted out by Israel’s armed forces against the Palestinian population of Gaza.

 

Editorial: Jacqui Smith’s stealth tactics over identity cards

2092

12

15.3.08

 

Home secretary Jacqui Smith has announced that ID cards are to become compulsory for “foreign nationals” – people in Britain from outside the European Union.

 

Editorial: More broken promises over Remploy

2092

12

15.3.08

 

This week has seen a disgraceful betrayal of disabled workers at Remploy. Some 28 factories are closing and thousands are losing their jobs.

 

David Miller + William Dinan: Spinning neoliberalism

2092

12

15.3.08

 

Propaganda played a vital role in forcing through the victory of big business in the 1980s.
"A Century Of Spin: How public relations became the cutting edge of corporate power" (Pluto) by David Miller and William Dinan.

 

John Molyneux: Revolution and the party

2092

13

15.3.08

 

Organisation is vital to win fundamental change. John Molyneux asks what sort of party we need and looks at some lessons from previous mass struggles.

 

Matthew Cookson: ‘Welfare to work’ and New Labour’s war on the vulnerable

2092

16

15.3.08

 

New Labour has unveiled plans to attack some of the most vulnerable people in Britain.

 

Civil service workers striking against neoliberal plans to attack pay and public services

2092

16

15.3.08

 

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) pay strike next week is set to be the “strongest yet”, say activists. The national strike by PCS union members is due for Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 March.

 

Simon Basketter: Budget attacks the poor and benefits the rich (online only)

2092

 

15.3.08

 

New Labour Chancellor Alistair Darling’s first budget has been generally described as dull. The reality for working people is more of the same. But while the repetition of all that has gone before – tax cuts for the rich and attacks on the poor – may be familiar, it is still deeply unpleasant.

 

40,000 march in London to mark fifth anniversary of Iraq war (online only)

2092

 

15.3.08

 

Some 40,000 anti-war protesters took part in today's march in London to mark the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

 

Chris Bambery: Glasgow anti-war march draws over 5,000 (online only)

2092

 

15.3.08

 

Over 5,000 people marched through Glasgow on Saturday to mark the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

 

Victories confirmed for Student Respect at Essex and Goldsmiths students' unions (online only)

2092

 

15.3.08

 

Student Respect national committee members Dominic Kavakeb and Jennifer Jones have been elected to two of the most important student union sabbatical positions in the country.

 

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