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Warmonger's comes to Britain: Tell George Bush: ‘Go to hell!’

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14.6.08

 

War criminal George Bush is coming to Britain as part of his “farewell tour” of Europe. And he brings with him plans for a new war on Iran and demands for more sacrifice in Afghanistan and Iraq.

 

Sadie Robinson: Child poverty is on the rise in Gordon Brown’s Britain

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14.6.08

 

The number of children living in relative poverty rose by 100,000 to 3.9 million in the year 2006-7, according to figures released by the government this week.

 

Chris Bambery: 'War on terror': MPs set to vote on Labour’s 42-day detention plan

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14.6.08

 

“Trust me, as a minister and as a home secretary.” That was the unconvincing plea from home secretary Jacqui Smith last week as she urged backbench Labour MPs to vote for laws to detain “terror” suspects for 42 days without them being charged.

 

Mark Krantz: Speaking out against Islamophobia

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14.6.08

 

“When I was arrested at first I thought it was a joke. Then I realised – I’m a Muslim, I had the Al Qaida training manual on my computer, I could be locked up and disappear into Belmarsh or anywhere.”

 

Yuri Prasad: 21 June protest: Grassroots revolt that can stop the Nazi BNP

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14.6.08

 

Anti-Nazi activists are mobilising across the country against the British National Party (BNP) after its gains in recent elections.

 

Sean Purdi: Where is Lula’s Brazil going?

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14.6.08

 

Brazil is Latin America’s largest and most economically powerful nation.
On the surface it is a success story – President Lula of the Workers Party still enjoys substantial popularity within Brazil. The economy has been relatively stable and it is likely that Lula will choose his own successor in the next presidential elections in 2010.

 

CJ Park: New mass protests shake South Korea

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14.6.08

 

Up to a million people gathered across South Korea on Tuesday of this week to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the 1987 June Struggle.

 

Chris Nineham: Germany: Activists plan protests over Afghanistan

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14.6.08

 

Some 500 peace and anti-war activists from ten countries met in Hanover, Germany, last weekend to plan how to step up the campaign against the war in Afghanistan.

 

Egyptian strike leaders are released

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4

14.6.08

 

Three Egyptian strike leaders have been released from detention and given back their jobs in a key victory for textile workers in Mahalla el-Kubra.

 

Matthew Cookson: Labour in crisis: The rise and fall of Tony Benn and the 1980s Labour left

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14.6.08

 

In last in our series, Matthew Cookson looks at the struggles that led to the birth of New Labour

 

Simon Assaf: Hype cannot hide Afghan tragedy

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6

14.6.08

 

The latest British soldiers to die in Afghanistan were sent to their deaths with sickening bravado. According to the Daily Telegraph, the commander of British paratroops in southern Afghanistan goaded insurgents into a battle telling them that they "fought like women".

 

Simon Assaf: Iraq: US 'security accords' lay the groundwork for attack on Iran

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6

14.6.08

 

More revelations have emerged about the details of the "status of forces agreement" – the security accords the US is attempting to impose on Iraq.

 

Alex Callinicos: Can the US empire strike back?

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14.6.08

 

Despite opposing the war, Obama is committed to US imperialism, writes Alex Callinicos.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: How shifting further to the right could scupper the Democrats

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14.6.08

 

Last weekend saw Hillary Clinton finally concede to Barack Obama in the Democratic Party’s contest to choose its presidential candidate.

 

Sadie Robinson: Food crisis: No solution for world’s poorest on offer at the United Nations

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14.6.08

 

World leaders gathered in Rome last week for the World Food Summit organised by the United Nations’s Food and Agricultural Organisation in response to the deepening crisis caused by rising food prices.

 

Dominic Kavakeb + Anindya Bhattacharyya: Immortal Technique: Radical rapper takes on the ‘American dream’

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14.6.08

 

Dominic Kavakeb profiles US rapper and activist Immortal Technique, while Anindya Bhattacharyya reports from a lively discussion session with the artist

 

Editorial: The EU treaty is a class issue

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14.6.08

 

Whatever the result in the Irish referendum on the proposed European Union (EU) treaty this week, the campaigners for a no vote deserve congratulations.

 

Kambiz Boomla: Privatised polyclinics

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12

14.6.08

 

The government is using a propaganda campaign against GPs to promote its unpopular polyclinic scheme.

 

Simon Basketter: Frederick Engels: theorist and fighter

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13

14.6.08

 

Sometimes Frederick Engels is seen simply as Karl Marx’s lieutenant, but he was a great socialist activist and thinker in his own right.

 

Simon Basketter: GMB union cuts Labour funding

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16

14.6.08

 

The GMB, one of Britain’s largest unions, is to withdraw sponsorship from a third of the 108 Labour MPs it backs because they are not implementing union policies.

 

Yuri Prasad: CWU conference debates political relationship with Labour

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14.6.08

 

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) conference was set to discuss its political fund as Socialist Worker went to press. Debate about the relationship between the union and the Labour Party has raged since last year’s national post strike.

 

Workers reject neoliberal EU treaty in Irish referendum (online only)

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14.6.08

 

The neoliberal European Lisbon Treaty has been thrown out by the Irish voters as counting continues. With 29 of 43 constituencies declared, the campaign for a no vote is leading by 53.5 percent to 46.5 percent. All but six constituencies have rejected the treaty.

 

Raytheon 9 found not guilty (online only)

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14.6.08

 

The Raytheon 9 have been found not guilty of all charges of criminal damage in a unanimous verdict. The nine anti-war protesters, including campaigning journalist Eamonn McCann, occupied and shut down the Derry offices of Raytheon, the fifth biggest arms manufacturer in the world, on Wednesday 9 August 2006.

 

Protesters will defy ban on anti-Bush demo on Sunday 15 June (online only)

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14.6.08

 

Socialist Worker is calling on anti-war activists to defy a police ban on the George Bush Not Welcome Here demonstration. A Stop the War Coalition (StWC) statement says, “We are calling on those who care for our democratic rights to come to Parliament Square at 5pm on Sunday 15 June.”

 

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