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It’s not just Gordon Brown that has to go: The problem is New Labour

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Millions are furious at Gordon Brown over the rising cost of living, the war and housing prices – but it is not just him that is to blame.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Unions throw their weight behind anti-fascist march

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Firefighters in the FBU union are the latest group to get behind the national demonstration against the fascist British National Party (BNP) due to take place in London on Saturday 21 June.

 

Raytheon 9 Trial: Anti-war campaigners on trial for ‘crime’ of solidarity

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As Israeli forces were pounding Lebanon in the summer of 2006, nine anti-war activists in Northern Ireland occupied the offices of arms company Raytheon Systems Limited – the UK subsidiary of the US company Raytheon.

 

Claire Ceruti: South Africans march against xenophobia

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Thousands of immigrants, township activists, trade unionists and others took over the streets of Johannesburg, South Africa, last Saturday, carrying placards such as “Xenophobia hurts like apartheid” and “Zimbabwe is my neighbour”.

 

Alex Callinicos: Don’t overstate gains of the right

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Many people on the left are wrapped in gloom at the moment. They look at the results of the Italian general election – and even worse, the elevation of an ex­-fascist as mayor of Rome – and the advance of the Tories in England, and conclude that a tidal wave of reaction is sweeping Europe.

 

Sadie Robinson: Abortion rights: Vote defeats threat to women’s rights

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Pro-choice activists won a significant victory on Tuesday last week when amendments to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology bill that sought to lower the legal time limit for abortion were defeated.

 

Matthew Cookson: Unions' fightback: Stepping up pressure over public sector pay

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Over 270,000 members of the PCS civil service workers’ union are set to throw their weight behind the public sector pay revolt. Delegates to last week’s PCS conference in Brighton voted overwhelmingly to ballot the union’s membership in the public sector for national strikes.

 

Matthew Cookson: Labour in crisis: Labour’s ‘Great betrayal’ led to the brink of collapse

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In the first part of our new series on past crises in the Labour Party Matthew Cookson looks at the party’s response to the 1930s.

 

Jim Wolfreys: French protests shake up Sarkozy

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31.5.08

 

Nicolas Sarkozy’s election victory in France a year ago was interpreted by some as a neoliberal backlash against the left. But he now finds himself the most unpopular president since records began.

 

Phil Rushton: Italy: Class struggle may be the shape of things to come

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The Mayor of Chiaiano called it “civil war”. On the northern outskirts of Naples in southern Italy – the population of a town which, ironically, turned out a big vote for the right wing in recent elections – is going toe-to-toe with the new government’s hard-line “security” legislation.

 

Simon Basketter: Heathrow airport's strange history of evasion and expansion

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The expansion of Heathrow airport is part of a plan hatched at its very inception.

 

Jonathan Neale: ‘We must change the system to stop climate change’

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The fight to save the planet has thrown up questions over what measures are needed to stop abrupt climate change, the alternatives to carbon emitting fuels and how we could reorganise society. Jonathan Neale spoke to Socialist Worker about his forthcoming book, Stop Climate Change – Change the World!

 

Esme Choonara: Review: Indian farmers’ fight for land takes centre stage

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31.5.08

 

Satinder Kaur Chohan spoke to Esme Choonara about Zameen, her new play on the disaster of big business’s control over Indian agriculture.

 

Editorial: UN’s intervention shame exposed

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31.5.08

 

Liberal commentators are quick to demand “humanitarian intervention” by military forces whenever conflict breaks out – particularly in the Global South. But a new report by the charity Save the Children should trouble even the loudest supporters of military intervention.

 

Dave Davis: Schools, testing and myths of intelligence

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TV shows and diet supplements claim they can improve your children’s brain power but, says Dave Davis, they are based on a false premise

 

Yuri Prasad: The rise of the right?

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31.5.08

 

Recent Tory election wins should not obscure the deeper political dynamics, argues Yuri Prasad

 

Simon Assaf: Let’s give Bush a warm welcome

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George Bush is a dangerous and desperate man – and now he is coming to Britain. The US president is expected to visit London on Sunday 15 June as part of his European tour. The Stop the War Coalition is organising a protest to make him feel as unwelcome as possible.

 

Simon Assaf: US threats to Middle East oil producers backfire on Bush

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31.5.08

 

Seemingly unabashed by his disaster in Lebanon, George Bush sauntered around the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh for the World Economic Forum on the Middle East demanding that Arab countries “mend their ways”. Top of his list was the demand that Opec – the cartel of oil producing countries – should hold an emergency session and agree to pump out more oil.

 

Simon Assaf: Lebanon: Deal is a blow to US power

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31.5.08

 

The lebanese peace deal, negotiated in Doha, Qatar, last week, has cleared the way for Michel Suleiman, the head of the army, to become president of Lebanon. Suleiman used his troops to help disarm government supporters in several days of fighting that began on 7 May.

 

Chris Bambery: Fascists attack students in Rome after university occupation (online only)

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On Monday students at Rome's La Sapienza university occupied, and stopped Roberto Fiore, leader of the hard line fascist Forza Nuova from addressing a conference. On Tuesday Forza Nuova thugs set a trap at the university and attacked members of the left wing Sinistra Critica, which had played a leading role in the occupation, with knives and iron bars.

 

Police raid Zimbabwe socialists (online only)

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31.5.08

 

The Harare offices of the International Socialist Organisation (ISO) – The Socialist Workers Party's sister organisation in Zimbabwe – were raided yesterday morning by the police.

 

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