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Frontpage: Occupy to save jobs

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11.4.09

 

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If they come to close your factory, don’t give in...: Occupy to save jobs

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11.4.09

 

If they come to close your factory, follow our example and fight back, says Visteon worker

 

Who says?

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11.4.09

 

The week in quotes

 

Angela McCormick: Glasgow schools occupy in battle against closures

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11.4.09

 

Parents in Glasgow stepped up their fight against school closures by occupying two primary schools on Friday of last week

 

Matthew Cookson: Struggle: Resistance intensifies on many fronts

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11.4.09

 

The magnificent action by Visteon workers occupying their factories is the sharp end of struggle in Britain – and has radically changed the mood among many of those fighting the impacts of the recession

 

Housing: Flat taken over to protest at home sell-offs

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11.4.09

 

Defend Council Housing (DCH) activists occupied a flat in Streatham, south London, last week in protest at Lambeth council’s policy of selling off its housing stock despite the chronic shortage of accommodation in the borough

 

Call for answers after G20 death

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11.4.09

 

There are growing calls for a public inquiry into the police’s role in the death of 47 year old Ian Tomlinson during the G20 protests in the City of London on Wednesday of last week

 

Support grows for Prisme sit-in

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11.4.09

 

Defiant workers at the Prisme packaging plant in Dundee are into their sixth week of occupation after being sacked at a few hours notice with none of the money owed to them

 

Sadie Robinson: Visteon struggle: the story: An inspirational fight for jobs and justice

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11.4.09

 

Workers at the Visteon car components firm have put themselves at the heart of the fightback against job cuts by occupying their factories after they were summarily sacked on Tuesday of last week

 

Solidarity with Visteon must spread

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11.4.09

 

A crucial debate over the way forward for the dispute is raging – raising solidarity from other workers' remains the key to victory

 

Chris Bambery: Resistance is coming together

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11.4.09

 

Wednesday 1 April was one of those days where everything suddenly came together

 

John Basketter: Visteon struggle: The Companies: All roads lead one way---back to Ford

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11.4.09

 

Simon Basketter investigates the company scams that lie behind the closure of the Visteon plants and shines a light on the murky world of multinational companies and outsourcing

 

Project Protea: The plan to close Belfast

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11.4.09

 

It is clear that Visteon management were preparing for the closure of the Belfast plant as early as January 2007

 

KPMG: Administrators put workers at back of queue

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11.4.09

 

Visteon brought in the accountants KPMG as administrators to push through the closure of its plants.

 

Esme Choonara: Visteon workers speak out: ‘They won’t get rid of us without a fight’

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11.4.09

 

“This recession is like a cancer,” says Sharon, whose partner Richard was sacked last week after working for Ford and then Visteon for 17 years

 

Visteon: What we think: Politics crucial in every dispute

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11.4.09

 

Workers’ action at Visteon has shown how every struggle is bound up with political questions.

 

Visteon: Solidarity: Cash pours in from collections

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11.4.09

 

With millions desperate to see a fightback over job losses and the bosses’ offensive, solidarity for the Visteon occupation has poured in – almost from the minute it started.

 

Belfast: United in the jobs struggle

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11.4.09

 

Within an hour of being told by Visteon that they were sacked, workers at the company’s Belfast plant were holding protests and appealing for solidarity.

 

Jonathan Maunder: Life before capitalism: Feudalism and the growth of the market

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11.4.09

 

In the first part of our new series Jonathan Maunder looks at the dynamics of the feudal system

 

Ken Olende: New dossier details British torture role

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11.4.09

 

Further evidence is emerging of systematic British involvement in “extraordinary rendition”

 

Tamils protest against war in Sri Lanka

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11.4.09

 

Thousands of Tamils in Britain joined a vigil in Parliament Square on Tuesday to protest against the Sri Lankan government’s military offensive

 

Trade unionists oppose Nazi protest at Home Office

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11.4.09

 

Anti-fascists held a counter-protest at a British National Party (BNP) demonstration in Croydon, south London, last Saturday

 

Diverse: Letters

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11.4.09

 

We beat the incinerator | I earn £6 an hour for vital NHS job | Safety on the buses | The fight against SATs is picking up speed | Casualties as BBC moves key drama | Sexism at the G20 summit | Fight to stop greed is global | Crazy thing called humour | Slavery is alive and well | Keeping it in the family?

 

Will the G20 bailout work?

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11.4.09

 

Gordon Brown’s G20 plan to “save the world” has been hailed a truimph by the media

 

G20: day of rage rocks system

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11.4.09

 

A range of protests against the G20 summit captured the public’s anger over the economic crisis

 

G20 policing: Intimidation is their intention

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11.4.09

 

The police reacted to the G20 protests last week with their usual mixture of lies and bullying

 

Joseph Choonara: Capitalism isn't working: Can capitalism recover?

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11.4.09

 

Karl Marx’s writings were among the earliest to analyse what is now called the “business cycle” – the short-term tendency towards boom and bust built into capitalism

 

Andy Ridley: Guernica: A horror of war that gave us a canvas of genius

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11.4.09

 

Picasso’s Guernica, one of the most powerful indictments of the barbarity of war, has come to London this month

 

Matthew Cookson: Exploring the trauma of Guernica through love and loss

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11.4.09

 

The continuing power of the events of 26 April 1937 are shown in Dave Boling’s debut novel

 

Yuri Prasad: Review round-up: If – Nathan Davis

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11.4.09

 

At the close of the 1960s, saxophonist Nathan Davis was making records in praise of the civil rights movement and in opposition to war – from the relatively safe distance of France

 

Emma Lightfoot: Review round-up: Calcutta Grove – Sean Taylor

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11.4.09

 

London-based singer-songwriter Sean Taylor has been praised for his modern protest songs and compared to the likes of Tom Waits and even Bob Dylan

 

Editorial: Nuclear disarmament: How Dr Strangelove’s ghost haunts Obama

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11.4.09

 

While he was in the Czech Republic last Sunday, Barack Obama pledged the US’s “commitment to seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons”

 

Editorial: Ian Blair denies reality of police racism

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11.4.09

 

Stephen Lawrence’s mother Doreen once asserted that no police officer had tended her dying son because they didn’t want to get “black” blood on their hands

 

Editorial: MPs expenses: As I say, not as I do

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11.4.09

 

Next time our leaders bleat on about the need for the “rule of law” in poorer countries, we should demand they take their own medicine

 

Carola Becker: Limits to mortgage help: A ticking timebomb

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11.4.09

 

Labour’s proposals to impose a time limit on mortgage help will hit the poorest hardest and set a dangerous precedent, writes Carola Becker

 

Norman Strike interviewed on his Miners’ Strike diary

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11.4.09

 

Durham miner Norman Strike kept a diary of his life during the 1984-5 strike

 

Siân Ruddick: Protests shake Nato Strasbourg summit

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11.4.09

 

Thousands of demonstrators defied police repression and violence to stage mass protests against Nato in Strasbourg, France, last Saturday

 

Siân Ruddick: Trade unionists raise their voices against Nato

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11.4.09

 

Many trade unions across Europe mobilised to bring workers to the anti-Nato demonstrations in Strasbourg

 

Simon Assaf: US plans in danger as Iraq deal falls apart

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11.4.09

 

One of the central planks of the US strategy to pacify Iraq has begun to unravel – just as it prepares to draw down its troops from the country

 

Sadie Robinson: Ford Visteon workers fight on as Enfield occupation ends (online only)

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11.4.09

 

Workers at the Visteon car components plant in Enfield, north London, have ended their occupation, but are vowing to continue their protest against their unceremonious sacking that took place on Tuesday of last week

 

Mick Berry + Ady Cousins: Video of Visteon workers ending their occupation in Enfield (online only)

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11.4.09

 

The footage shows workers ending their occupation of the Visteon car components plant in Enfield, North London, Thursday 9 April 2009

 

Duncan Brown: Photos of Glasgow school occupations at Wyndford and St Gregory’s (online only)

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11.4.09

 

Post strike threat in Watford after safety rep suspended (online only)

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11.4.09

 

Postal workers in Watford are demanding a strike ballot after Royal Mail managers suspended the CWU union’s safety rep Bob Kennedy in a dispute about unsafe working practices

 

Join the protest at death of Ian Tomlinson (online only)

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11.4.09

 

A march has been called for Saturday 11 April to demand justice for Ian Tomlinson and an end to police violence

 

Sadie Robinson: Teachers’ union conference votes to boycott Sats tests (online only)

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11.4.09

 

Delegates at the National Union of Teachers (NUT) conference in Cardiff have voted unanimously for a boycott of the hated Sats tests next year – if the government refuses to abolish them

 

Ken Olende: Massive Tamil demonstration in central London demands Sri Lanka ceasefire (online only)

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11.4.09

 

Well over 100,000 Tamils and their supporters marched through central London on Saturday to protest at the Sri Lankan government’s continuing attacks on Tamil areas

 

Photos of Tamil demonstration in London, Saturday 11 April 2009 (online only)

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11.4.09

 

Ady Cousins: Video of demonstration protesting at death of Ian Tomlinson (online only)

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11.4.09

 

Demonstration on Saturday 11 April 2009 demanding justice for Ian Tomlinson, who died after being hit by police during the anti-G20 demo on 1 April

 

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