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Their system, their crisis – but it’s our pay, jobs and homes that are under threat

2093

1

22.3.08

 

The chaos of the financial system has hit new levels with the collapse of Bear Stearns, the US’s fifth largest investment bank. Now commentators fear the entire banking system is on the brink of a 1930s style collapse.

 

Left List launches slate for London elections

2093

2

22.3.08

 

Respect has unveiled the Left List – a broad range of candidates who will be running for the London Assembly and mayoral elections on Thursday 1 May.

 

Strong left voice in South Wales

2093

2

22.3.08

 

Activists in South Wales are gearing up for the May council elections. Respect’s Left List candidates are standing in two wards in Swansea and three wards in Cardiff.

 

Left List candidates' voices: Campaigning for an alternative across the capital

2093

2

22.3.08

 

Go to www.lindsey4london.org.

 

We need ‘an active and imaginative approach’ to May's elections

2093

2

22.3.08

 

Respect’s Left List candidates will be taking on the three mainstream parties across England and Wales this May.

 

Councillor out on strike over pay

2093

2

22.3.08

 

Oliur Rahman, a Respect councillor in Tower Hamlets, east London, and a Left List candidate, was on strike this week with fellow civil service workers in the PCS union.

 

Charlie Hore: Tibet rises up against decades of oppression

2093

3

22.3.08

 

Tibet was rocked by its biggest uprising for almost 20 years this week as protesters fought running battles against police. China’s rulers responded by sealing off the province from the media and instituting a brutal crackdown.

 

Anti-war student sabbatical suspended at University College London

2093

3

22.3.08

 

Students and anti-war campaigners across the country are rallying to defend the student union at University College London (UCL) from an astonishing attack on democracy.

 

Alex Callinicos: Growing signals of US threat to Iran

2093

4

22.3.08

 

Every anti-war activist should have a little gauge that measures, week by week, the risk of an attack by the US on Iran. Last week that gauge rose sharply.

 

Matthew Cookson: Civil service strikers taking on Brown’s pay freeze

2093

4

22.3.08

 

Thousands of civil service workers struck for two days this week. The key now is to unite with others in the public sector.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Why the finance crisis is a threat to whole system

2093

5

22.3.08

 

Financial markets across the world plummeted early this week as traders reacted with panic to the news of the collapse of Bear Stearns, one of the US’s oldest and most prestigious investment banks.

 

Joseph Choonara: Shocking instability that is built into capitalism

2093

5

22.3.08

 

How big a mess is capitalism in? In February when New York economist Nouriel Roubini suggested $1,000-2,000 billion in losses in the financial sector alone, mainstream commentators thought he was mad.

 

Judith Orr: Women's liberation: The battle of a new generation

2093

6

22.3.08

 

Our series concludes as Judith Orr looks at the issues that women are fighting over today

 

Protests are still strong five years after the invasion of Iraq

2093

6

22.3.08

 

Thousands of anti-war campaigners took part in global protests last weekend to mark the fifth anniversary of the occupation of Iraq.

 

Esme Choonara: Colombia: vicious friend of the West

2093

8

22.3.08

 

The US and Britain are funding one of the most murderous regimes in Latin America.

 

Colombia: Kim Howells’ dirty friends

2093

8

22.3.08

 

The Welsh TUC last week called on Gordon Brown’s government to halt military aid to Colombia. It joined a chorus of condemnation of Kim Howells MP, the foreign office minister and Pontypridd MP, who was pictured sharing a joke with General Mario Montoya, head of the Colombian army.

 

Andy Higginbottom: Colombia: Oppression and curse of Coke

2093

9

22.3.08

 

On 12 February a brown envelope was left outside the home of Coca-Cola worker José Domingo Flórez. The note inside was from the Black Eagles, a right wing paramilitary death squad.

 

Iván Cepeda: Colombia: Paramilitaries kill march organisers

2093

9

22.3.08

 

Four trade union leaders were assassinated in the week following the 6 March day of protests against paramilitaries and state crime. These protests took place across Colombia and in many parts of the world.

 

Simon Basketter: Why has Ken Livingstone stopped being red?

2093

9

22.3.08

 

With less than six weeks to go to the 1 May elections for the mayor of London and the London Assembly, polls have shown Ken Livingstone and Boris Johnson are neck and neck.

 

Simon Assaf: Film: Philippe Aractingi: Under The Bombs: Blending fact and fiction to bear witness to war

2093

11

22.3.08

 

Philippe Aractingi’s latest film was made during and about the aftermath of Israel’s 2006 attack on Lebanon. He spoke to Simon Assaf.

 

Tom Behan: Book review: Roberto Saviano: Gomorrah—Italy’s Other Mafia: Insider view of the mafia that shows up the system

2093

11

22.3.08

 

Gomorrah has become an international publishing sensation. In Italy it has sold a million copies and it has been translated into 33 other languages. A theatrical version of the book has already been performed, and a major film is currently under production.

 

Yuri Prasad: Pat Arrowsmith recalls organising against Britain's Bomb

2093

12

22.3.08

 

As anti-nuclear campaigners return to Aldermaston this weekend, Pat Arrowsmith looks back at the first protest there 50 years ago.

 

Economic who says

2093

2

22.3.08

 

Snippets from the week's financial news

 

Esme Choonara: Who’s to blame for racism?

2093

13

22.3.08

 

The root causes of racism in Britain are examined by Esme Choonara

 

Sadie Robinson: Teachers and lecturers ballot for strikes: Make 24 April a day of pay revolt

2093

16

22.3.08

 

Up to half a million public sector workers could strike on Thursday 24 April.
Teachers, lecturers, civil service workers and council workers could come together in a powerful blow against Gordon Brown’s public sector pay limit.

 

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