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As government popularity plummets ...: New Labour lurches to the right

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24.5.08

 

As government popularity plummets migrants, hospitals and low paid are under attack, while there are big handouts for the rich, bosses and the banks.

 

Support grows for anti-Nazi demonstration

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24.5.08

 

The national march against fascism and racism called for Saturday 21 June in London is building momentum.

 

US forced to end Iraq seige

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24.5.08

 

The US military and its Iraqi allies have abandoned the siege of Sadr City, the poor Shia slum of Baghdad, after failing to disarm the Mehdi army – a resistance organisation led by rebel cleric Moqtada al-Sadr.

 

US soldier refuses to fight in Iraq

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24.5.08

 

A 24-year old US soldier has refused his deployment to Iraq.

 

Raytheon Nine trial set to start

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24.5.08

 

The trial of the “Raytheon Nine” anti-war activists is set to start this week in Belfast, and last for up to six weeks.

 

Simon Assaf: Lebanon: Regime looks to US intervention

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24.5.08

 

The US-backed government in Lebanon is attempting to wriggle out of a deal that ended days of heavy fighting in the country last week.

 

Alex Callinicos: Spiralling oil prices threaten recession

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24.5.08

 

There has been a slight recovery of nerve in the financial centres of Wall Street and the City of London over the past few weeks.

 

Chris Bambery: Italy’s right launches tidal wave of racism

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24.5.08

 

A Roma camp in Naples is burnt to the ground as crowds cheer the attackers. Meanwhile police round up hundreds of illegal immigrants, deporting many of them immediately. These two incidents happened within days of Silvio Berlusconi taking office after last month’s general election in Italy.

 

Ken Olende: South Africa: Activists call for solidarity against attacks on migrants

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24.5.08

 

A series of brutal attacks on migrant workers in South Africa in the last two weeks has left dozens dead and forced thousands to flee.

 

Simon Basketter: TUC Employment report: Exposing hidden lives of vulnerable workers

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24.5.08

 

Instant pay cuts, a minimum wage that exists on paper but not in pay packets, 70-hour weeks, unpaid overtime, no holidays, rotten conditions and instant dismissal are the daily grind for at least two million workers in Gordon Brown’s Britain.

 

Gordon Brown leads Europe in blocking agency workers’ rights

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24.5.08

 

Agency workers are paid much less than their directly employed counterparts. They are not entitled to sick pay. They can be laid off – often after many years of work – without any notice. They are not entitled to proper holidays.

 

Neil Faulkner: History of war: War and industrialised imperialism today

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24.5.08

 

Our series ends with Neil Faulkner looking at the potential to abolish war for good.

 

Yuri Prasad: Key blow against union suspensions

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24.5.08

 

Leaders of the Unison union were delivered two shattering blows last week when the trade union certification officer ruled that a crackdown on two of the union’s best known left wingers broke the union’s own rules – and in one case even broke the law.

 

Which way now for the left?

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24.5.08

 

Gordon Brown has concluded that his trashing in local elections earlier this month means that Labour needs to move further to the right. Socialist Worker spoke to a range of leading figures and activists on the left to gauge their response, and to ask them what needs to be done.

 

Gerry Kelly: Book Review: The Flying Pickets: The 1972 Builders’ Strike & The Shrewsbury Trials

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24.5.08

 

This book is about a period that, for so many of us who were involved, was one of the most memorable and extraordinary of our lives.

 

Owen Hatherley: Housing regeneration: a ‘des res’ mess

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24.5.08

 

The ‘regeneneration’ of housing in Britain has led to a wider gap between the super-rich and the rest, writes Owen Hatherley.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: What is fascism?

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24.5.08

 

Fascism is about more than just racism – it is an ideology that aims to destroy all democracy. Today’s British National Party stands in this tradition.

 

Who are the British National Party and what do they stand for?

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24.5.08

 

The roots of the British National Party (BNP) lie in the splinters of the National Front (NF), the main fascist organisation of the late 1970s.

 

Sadie Robinson + Simon Basketter: More pay strikes set to hit New Labour

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24.5.08

 

More than a million people employed by local authorities could take on the government in the growing battle over public sector pay.

 

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