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Frontpage: Filthy rich want to cut your pay

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11.7.09

 

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Filthy rich want to cut your pay

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11.7.09

 

Bosses, bankers and corrupt MPs declare war on public sector.
Disgraced bankers, corrupt politicians, unelected officials and bosses want ordinary people to suffer even more to help get them out of their crisis.
They have gained all the riches and benefits from the 30 years of free market policies that have ripped through society.

 

Who says?: Quotes from the week's news

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Matthew Cookson: Myths behind attacks on public sector workers

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11.7.09

 

New figures out this week prove that it is an “urban myth” that public sector workers are having an easy ride compared to those in the private sector

 

Siân Ruddick: Students: Thousands of graduates now face dole

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11.7.09

 

Many university leavers are facing a bleak future with the number of graduate jobs on offer down by almost 30 percent on last year.
For many students the mountain of debt involved in going to university is balanced out by the prospect of getting a decent job.

 

Tax: Still taking cash from the poor

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11.7.09

 

The row over the 10p tax rate was revived on Tuesday when Labour backbenchers threatened to block Gordon Brown’s entire budget over the issue.

 

Pensioners hit hard by recession

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11.7.09

 

The recession is disproportionately hitting older people as well as the young, with the number of pensioners going bankrupt almost tripling in the last five years.

 

Tom Walker: Vestas: 600 face sack at turbine plant

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11.7.09

 

The government says it plans to create a million “green jobs”. Meanwhile, in the real world, Britain’s only wind turbine factory is being closed down. All 600 workers at the Vestas factory on the Isle of Wight are facing redundancy.

 

NHS can’t take the flu strain

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11.7.09

 

Swine flu to could cause a crisis for the NHS, a GP says

 

Failed rail line should be public

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11.7.09

 

The National Express East Coast rail line became the latest failure of privatisation last week

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Rover

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11.7.09

 

John Basketter: Camberwell fire: Tragedy reveals state of housing for poor

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11.7.09

 

Helen Udoaka and her three week old daughter, Michelle; Catherine Hickman; Dayana Francisquini and her three year old son Filipe and six year old daughter Thais are all dead. They died because they were poor.
They were killed as fire raged through Lakanal House, a grim council-owned tower block in Camberwell, south London, last Friday.

 

Honduras: Thousands resist the coup

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11.7.09

 

Protests against the coup in Honduras have continued despite vicious state repression

 

Alex Callinicos: New challenges in South Africa

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11.7.09

 

I’ve just returned from spending a fortnight in South Africa. It was my first visit since the early 1990s. A lot has happened since then.

 

Siân Ruddick: Oppression behind clashes in China

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11.7.09

 

Protests by the Muslim Uighur minority in the west of China are an explosion of rage against their persecution

 

Afghanistan and Pakistan: Obama’s war intensifies

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11.7.09

 

US and British troops are involved in a bloody fight with insurgents in the southern Helmand province in Afghanistan. Occupation forces hope to push into an area that is considered a Taliban stronghold.

 

Iran crackdown continues

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11.7.09

 

The Iranian authorities have continued their repression of the popular movement that burst onto the streets following disputed presidential elections.

 

Sadie Robinson: Tower Hamlets College shows how to fight over cuts

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11.7.09

 

Over 100 pickets shut down Tower Hamlets College in east London last week, setting an example of how to fight the drastic cuts that are hitting education.

 

New strike date set at London Met

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11.7.09

 

Unions have put back a planned strike at London Metropolitan University

 

Where now for education campaigns?

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11.7.09

 

This year there are massive cuts hitting further and adult education – the usual ways of fighting them are not enough.

 

David Swanson: Manchester strike for jobs

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11.7.09

 

Lecturers at Manchester College struck on Wednesday of last week in protest at 13 planned job cuts

 

Alison Gander: Redundancies challenged at Nelson College

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11.7.09

 

The UCU union branch at Nelson and Colne College has unanimously passed a resolution criticising management’s announcement of one, and possibly more, compulsory redundancies.

 

Esme Choonara: Stop BNP Nazis from spreading their hate

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11.7.09

 

The fascist British National Party (BNP) is hoping to use its summer “festival” as a rallying point to promote its Nazi politics – but anti-fascists are determined to stop its plans.

 

Racists try to march in Birmingham

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11.7.09

 

A group of racist thugs attempted to march through Birmingham city centre last Saturday chanting anti-Muslim slogans.

 

Marxism 2009: Socialists gather to discuss the big questions

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11.7.09

 

Can the left unite? Should we deny the Nazi BNP free speech? How deep is this economic crisis?

 

Guy Smallman: Picture: Closing rally at Marxism 2009

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11.7.09

 

Letters

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United, we can beat the violence of the fascists | Reforms cost SNP nothing | Armed Forces Day | Green response isn’t collective | Green response isn’t collective | Obama’s first coup? | Imperialism and Iran | Unionising sex workers | In defence of the army

 

Yuri Prasad: Fighting for the union in call centres

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11.7.09

 

Bosses have for years managed to keep collective organisation out of most call centres but things are beginning to change

 

Lee Barron: Fighting union-busting: ‘Carphone won’t cut off the union’

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11.7.09

 

The CWU union is mobilising its members for mass action at Carphone Warehouse following the victimisation of CWU activists at its Wednesbury plant in the West Midlands.

 

How activists can build a union from scratch in a call centre

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11.7.09

 

Call centre workers from across Britain came together at a meeting at last month’s CWU conference. The meeting was unlike most others at the conference, with many of the participants far younger than the average delegate, and most at firms that do not recognise the union.

 

Colin Wilson: Film Review: Bruno: A homophobic and tedious failure of a film

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11.7.09

 

Dressed up as irony, this caricature of ‘gayness’ is a boost for the bigots

 

Exhibition: The Met Collection

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11.7.09

 

The Met's exhibition ignores the police's history of violence and repression

 

Book Round-up: Strike By Name: One Man’s Part In The Miners’ Strike

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11.7.09

 

Durham miner Norman Strike kept a diary of his life during the 1984-5 strike. To mark the dispute’s 25th anniversary, he began publishing it daily on the internet. After more than six thousand hits on his blog, Norman decided it should also be in print.

 

Book Round-up: New pamphlet: America Right or Wrong

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11.7.09

 

This new pamphlet looks at the “special relationship” between the US and Britain, which has defined the imperialist order over the last 50 years.

 

Fiona McPhail: Latin America: wounds that haven’t healed

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11.7.09

 

The radical Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez presented Barack Obama with the book Open Veins of Latin America, one of the continent’s most important political works, during the Summit of the Americas in April. The book shot up the bestseller list after the event.

 

Tom Woodcock: Open letter responses: 'Part of a fighting agenda'

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11.7.09

 

Tom Woodcock, who stood as an independent in the recent council elections, argues that struggle is key to building a new force on the left

 

Bill Kerry + Graeme Kemp: Open letter responses: Some criticisms and questions

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11.7.09

 

"Haven’t we been here before?"

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Death world tour

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11.7.09

 

Chris Bambery: How the Nazis win

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11.7.09

 

Chris Bambery looks at the lessons of the way fascists have taken power in the past

 

Picture: Pride London

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11.7.09

 

Matthew Cookson: London Underground offer rejected as privateers in crisis

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11.7.09

 

A mass meeting of 160 RMT union reps on London Underground on Monday of this week overwhelmingly voted to reject management’s latest offer to resolve their dispute over pay, redundancies and management bullying.

 

Fury at British Airways bosses’ cost cutting plans

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11.7.09

 

There is fury among British Airways workers at plans to cut costs through thousands of job losses and a two-year pay freeze

 

Yuri Prasad: Fighting Labour and post bosses

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11.7.09

 

Business secretary Lord Mandelson’s plans to privatise Royal Mail are in tatters

 

Anger at the bosses fuels London post strike

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11.7.09

 

Aggressive Royal Mail managers are feeding the mood for strikes

 

Defence of pensions is part of post fight

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11.7.09

 

After his humiliation over privatisation, Lord Mandelson now wants to unleash a further attack on postal workers – he wants to slash their pensions

 

Postal workers in London start three-day strike (online only)

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11.7.09

 

Postal workers from across London began three days of strike action today

 

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