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Frontpage: Fight for jobs, pay and pensions

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9.1.10

 

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Fight for jobs, pay and pensions

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Hundreds of IT workers at Fujitsu services are to start five days of strikes this week.

 

Who says?

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Quotes from the week’s news: The ‘end of the crisis’ in their own words

 

Tom Walker: General election: Nasty campaign lurks beneath the surface

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It is the ultimate indictment of more than a decade of New Labour government that David Cameron’s Conservatives can pose as a cuddly, progressive alternative.

 

PCS union prepares for national action to save jobs

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The PCS civil service workers’ union is gearing up for national strike action over a huge attack on redundancy terms that it sees as preparation for job cuts.
More than 270,000 union members could soon be on strike as the union prepares to launch a national ballot over the plans.

 

University cuts:: Pricing the poor out of education

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As if the crisis in education wasn’t bad enough, business secretary Peter Mandelson announced millions of pounds worth of new cuts just days before Christmas.

 

Recession: Crisis is hitting the vulnerable

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Despite Gordon Brown’s prediction that the worst of the recession is over, it is continuing to blight the lives of millions of people across Britain.

 

Recession: Work – but not as we know it

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The number of women taking part-time jobs because they cannot find full-time work has increased by 123,000 in recent months, according to the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Bears in the woods

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Simon Basketter: Winter of discontent: How strikers took on the British state – and won

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This is the story told in government papers about the ‘Winter of discontent’ in 1978-79, released under the “30-year rule”, explains Simon Basketter.

 

Simon Basketter: Thatcher behind closed doors

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The newly released archives from 1979 give an insight into Margaret Thatcher’s thinking. They also show that, in private, Tories are even more reactionary than they are in public.

 

Alex Callinicos: Copenhagen deal exposes the real climate culprits

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The United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen last month proved to be a historic watershed. This isn’t because of what it achieved.

 

Nima Soltanzadeh: Iran's movement is back on the streets

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The opposition movement that emerged after Iran’s presidential election last June has defied the government clampdown by using official events to organise mass demonstrations.

 

Britain's hypocrisy over Iran

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Foreign secretary David Miliband has posed as a friend of the movement, calling on the Iranian government to “respect human rights”.

 

Protests and solidarity in support of Palestine

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There were protests around the world last month on the anniversary of Israel’s invasion of Gaza.

 

Chris Bambery: Right to work: ‘We must prepare now for attacks we all face’

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The credit crunch, the economic crisis, and now the deep recession have ravaged working class people’s lives. But importantly, resistance during the recession has shown the power of workers to fight back.

 

Sadie Robinson: Copenhagen: Repression but no climate progress

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The UN’s climate talks in Copenhagen last month were a bitter disappointment for millions of people around the world who are concerned about the future of the planet.

 

Megan Trudell: History of Struggle: The uprising of the twenty thousand

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Megan Trudell explains how a century ago, young, migrant, women workers in New York struck – and won.

 

Matt Perry: Frank Henderson 1925-2009: A remarkable and revolutionary life

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Frank had a remarkable life: he was in Italy and Greece during the Second World War and encountered those countries’ partisan movements; he saw the last days of British rule in Palestine, the early days of Algerian independence and was at the battle of Saltley Gate in the 1972 miners’ strike.

 

Letters

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‘Clean coal can save the planet and the pits’ | We should break up Britain | Call centres are also managed by stress | We need to beat anti-union laws | Civil service cut plans are even worse | Student loans big let down | Fascists fail in Hastings | Is climate chaos hyped? | BBC makes me swear

 

Panos Garganas + Simon Basketter + Sarah Ensor + Sadie Robinson: Europe – the gathering economic storm

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We look at snapshots of Ireland, Greece, Iceland and Spain – as governments rush to slash welfare spending, attack workers’ rights and increase taxes for ordinary people.

 

Jack Robertson: The Miners’ Campaign Tapes: Shocking film of the war waged against Britain’s miners

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Newly released footage of the 1984-85 Miners’ Strike shows what the media buried

 

Steve Hammill: Book review: If We All Spat Together... We’d Drown The Bastards – Mick Mulcahy

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Mick Mulcahy is a mental health education development worker in the NHS and an active member of the Unison union and the Socialist Workers Party (SWP).

 

Mike Gonzalez: On the radio: This ‘God spot’ has no right to think on our behalf

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Every morning of the week, in the middle of the Today news programme, Radio 4 offers its “Thought for the Day” – a reflection on ethical questions of the moment.

 

Book review: China Miéville: The City and the City

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Yes, this is a murder mystery – but it is also much more than that.

 

Book review: Chris Mullin: A Very British Coup

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Independent publisher Serpent’s Tail is bringing MP Chris Mullin’s 1982 political thriller back into print.

 

Big Red Christmas Competition winners

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Congratulations to Phil Johns of Plymouth, Heather MacBryde of Greenock and Keith Shilson of Penzance who were the winners of the Socialist Worker Christmas competition.

 

John Parrington: How to make learning science fun

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A recent report condemning British schools for damaging learning reminded me of a great educational project I took part in at a comprehensive in Bradford last year, writes John Parrington

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: It is still us and them

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After Gordon Brown’s recent ‘class war’ comments over old Etonians Anindya Bhattacharyya considers who makes up Britain’s ruling class

 

Hassan Mahamdallie: William Morris: Victorian artist and revolutionary

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Famous for his art, William Morris's commitment to socialism and struggle is less well known.

 

Matthew Cookson: Fujitsu workers prepare for five days of strikes

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Workers at the Fujitsu services company are stepping up their fight for jobs, pay and pensions this week with the start of five days of strikes on Thursday and Friday. More action is set to follow on Monday, Thursday and Friday of next week.

 

Mark Serwotka re-elected as PCS union general secretary

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Mark Serwotka has been re-elected as the general secretary of the PCS civil service workers’ union for a third term. Some 37,866 PCS members voted for Serwotka and 21,883 voted for his right wing challenger Rob Bryson.

 

Siân Ruddick: Yemen is latest target in US war

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Yemen has become the latest “rogue state” to be targeted in the US-led “war on terror”.

 

Yemen: How Western imperialism has shaped this war-torn country

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Yemen has been ripped apart by decades of war waged by British colonialism, US imperialism and the Western powers’ proxy forces in the region.

 

CIA and drone attacks spread the conflict

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eading the news over the past couple of weeks, you would be forgiven for thinking that a major terrorist attack had killed many Americans on a flight to Detroit. However, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab failed to effectively detonate the explosives he was carrying and no one was hurt.
But the media furore surrounding the failed attack stands in sharp contrast to lack of coverage of the death and destruction the US rains down on people on a daily basis.

 

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