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Frontpage: United we will smash the BNP

2106

 

21.6.08

 

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Sinead Kennedy: Irish voters reject plans for a neoliberal Europe

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21.6.08

 

Irish voters have dealt a decisive blow to attempts to create a corporate, militarised European Union (EU) superstate by voting to reject the Lisbon treaty.

 

Chris Bambery: Gordon Brown refuses to hold British referendum on Lisbon treaty

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21.6.08

 

Gordon Brown’s government has pressed on with the parliamentary vote to ratify the Lisbon treaty on the European Union (EU), despite Irish voters rejecting it. New Labour is adamant that there will be no referendum here. With the Liberal Democrats supporting the government, the treaty seems guaranteed to be endorsed by parliament.

 

Sadie Robinson: We can extend abortion rights

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21.6.08

 

We finally have an opportunity to extend abortion rights in Britain. Amendments have been put to the government’s Human Fertilisation and Embryology bill that seek to increase access to abortion services.

 

Rising inflation fuels pay anger

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21.6.08

 

Spiralling food and fuel prices across the world hit home this week as the Bank of England announced that the government’s preferred inflation measure had climbed above the 3 percent barrier.

 

Crime: New Labour’s draconian plan to humiliate offenders

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21.6.08

 

A new crime report commissioned by the government shows how far Labour has abandoned any notion that the criminal justice system should attempt to rehabilitate offenders.

 

Demonstrators defy the police to protest against George Bush’s visit

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21.6.08

 

The real aim of George Bush’s visit to Britain became clear on Monday when Gordon Brown announced more British troops for Afghanistan and “further sanctions” on Iran.

 

Simon Assaf: Depleted uranium: the silent killer stalks streets of Fallujah

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21.6.08

 

The US military is attempting to cover up a great crime taking place in the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Every week an average of five children are born there with major congenital malformations, including heart defects, cleft lip or palate, Down’s syndrome, limb defects and eye deformities. One child was born with two heads.

 

Sadr movement plans new offensive

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21.6.08

 

Rebel Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has announced that his movement will no longer take part in any government that supports the US occupation.

 

Alex Callinicos: Could fascism take power today?

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21.6.08

 

How big a threat is fascism today? For many, even on the left, it belongs to the first half of the 20th century, the “age of the dictators”. It has nothing to do with the era of neoliberalism, globalisation, and the internet.

 

United we will smash the Nazi BNP

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21.6.08

 

Joint secretary of Unite Against Fascism Weyman Bennett spoke to Socialist Worker about the rise of the BNP and about how we can defeat the fascists

 

Jim Wolfreys: How the BNP poses as a respectable party

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21.6.08

 

The British National Party (BNP) has made some worrying electoral breakthroughs in recent years. This is the result of a specific strategy that the BNP has pursued under its leader Nick Griffin. The model for Griffin’s BNP comes from France, in the form of Jean-Marie Le Pen’s Front National (FN).

 

Love Music Hate Racism: Nazi threat to Reverend and the Makers

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21.6.08

 

Jon McClure from Reverend and the Makers is speaking out in the face of death threats by Nazis on the Stormfront internet bulletin board and other fascist websites.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Unite Against Fascism: Building local groups against the BNP

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21.6.08

 

This Saturday’s anti-Nazi demonstration in London is only the start of the battle to stop the fascist British National Party (BNP). Unite Against Fascism (UAF) is calling on its supporters set up rallies and local anti-fascist groups in every part of the country.

 

Eamonn McCann on the victory of the Raytheon 9 anti-war protesters

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21.6.08

 

On 9 August 2006, nine Northern Irish anti-war activists occupied the Derry offices of Raytheon, one of the biggest arms manufacturers in the world, and destroyed its computers. Their action was sparked by anger at Raytheon’s complicity in Israel’s bombing campaign against Lebanon.
The Raytheon 9 won a massive victory when they were acquitted of charges of criminal damage earlier this month. Campaigning journalist Eamonn McCann was one of the nine protesters. He spoke to Socialist Worker about the case.

 

Simon Basketter: Civil liberties: Gordon Brown wins 42 days detention, but at what price?

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21.6.08

 

Gordon Brown narrowly scraped home in a crucial parliamentary vote on 42-day internment last week. Britain now has the most draconian anti-terror laws in the Western world.

 

Civil liberties: Case studies raise question marks over terror convictions

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21.6.08

 

The existing terrorism laws have the potential for miscarriages of justice.

 

Owen Miller: Letters: South Korea’s hot spring

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21.6.08

 

I was lucky enough to be in Seoul, South Korea, during some of the recent protests, which began over the new government’s decision to lift the ban on US beef – which carries a risk of mad cow disease.

 

Simon Assaf: The hidden story of West Indian volunteers in the Second World War

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21.6.08

 

The part played by the West Indians in the Second World War is finally being recognised. One RAF veteran spoke to Simon Assaf.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Obama’s ‘backyard’ politics for Latin America are very much like George Bush’s

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21.6.08

 

A few weeks ago US presidential hopeful Barack Obama travelled to Miami to speak to the Cuban American Foundation, a right wing organisation much loved by George Bush. Obama promised to maintain the 50 year old embargo on Cuba. He also used the speech to let the world know that he was not going to go soft on Latin America.

 

Andy Jones: Review: Street and Studio: Bid to capture the street is without a clear focus

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21.6.08

 

A new exhibition, Street and Studio, says much about the way photographers see their subjects, says Andy Jones

 

Sundara Jerome: Review: Dr Korczak’s Example: reality crashes into a utopian vision

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21.6.08

 

This play tells the true story of Janusz Korczak, children’s author, paediatrician and social experimenter, who was the director of a Jewish orphanage in 1930s Poland.

 

Editorial: Gordon Brown: standing ‘shoulder to shoulder’ for more war

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21.6.08

 

When he became prime minister the one thing Gordon Brown had going for him was that he was not Tony Blair. His supporters told us that he would not stand “shoulder to shoulder” with George Bush in any future wars.

 

Editorial: Police show true colours with attack on Whitehall protest

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21.6.08

 

The steady erosion of democracy in Britain has been exposed by the way police handled last Sunday’s demonstration against George Bush.

 

Editorial: David Davis MP resignation: Left’s gift to the right

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21.6.08

 

It is a sign of just how far to the right New Labour has moved when it can be challenged on civil liberties by the Tory shadow home secretary, the hard right David Davis MP.

 

Esme Choonara: ‘Economic growth’ is not the way to solve child poverty

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21.6.08

 

Gordon Brown tells us that ‘economic growth’ is the solution to poverty, but in reality this growth benefits the rich.

 

Sadie Robinson: How powerful is the mass media?

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21.6.08

 

Our rulers can’t fool all of the people all of the time, argues Sadie Robinson

 

Matthew Cookson: Strikers shake Shell bosses

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21.6.08

 

The four-day strike over pay by tanker drivers supplying Shell petrol stations showed the power that workers have to disrupt the normal running of the system.

 

Yuri Prasad: Action looming at Royal Mail

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21.6.08

 

Postal workers could start a national strike later this year after delegates at last week’s CWU union conference voted unanimously for action against attacks on their pensions, threats to shut scores of offices, and the menace of privatisation.

 

Thousands join solid Network Rail action to derail bosses’ plans

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21.6.08

 

Over 12,000 Network Rail maintenance workers in the RMT union struck last weekend in a dispute over harmonisation of terms and conditions.

 

Stefano Gioffré: Anti-fascism revives in Italy (online only)

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21.6.08

 

Fascist violence has spread since the election of Italy’s new right wing government in April. However this has led to an impressive response from anti-fascists.

 

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