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Frontpage: The real face of the Tories

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16.1.10

 

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The real face of the Tories

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David Cameron moved to attack immigrants this week as the Tories proved they’re still the nasty party.

 

Who says?

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Quotes from the week's news

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: 'We can't go on like this'

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Failed coup shows crisis at the heart of government

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Labour is in chaos. The Brownite and Blairite wings of the party are still at each others’ throats as their election strategy collapses in slow motion.
The third failed coup against Gordon Brown fizzled out last week – but it revealed divisions that go to the heart of the Labour government.

 

Chris Bambery: Employment: Bosses get us to work for free

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More than five million workers “gave away” £27.4 billion in unpaid overtime last year, averaging a record £5,400 per person, a new study by the Trades Union Congress reveals.

 

Anti-fascism: Nazis targeting Stoke-on-Trent

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Anti-fascists are gearing up for a protest in Stoke-on-Trent on Saturday 23 January to oppose a march by the racist thugs of the English Defence League (EDL).

 

Anti-fascism: The battle for Barking begins

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Nazi Nick Griffin, leader of the BNP, has declared that he will stand in the east London seat of Barking in the general election.

 

Esme Choonara: Anti-fascism: Stopping the BNP in 2010

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Unite Against Fascism (UAF) will hold its annual conference on Saturday 13 February in central London.

 

Siân Ruddick: Shifts in the ‘war on terror’ that bring more death

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A number of significant shifts have taken place in the “war on terror” since Christmas. US rhetoric against Yemen has been cranked up since the failed Detroit plane bomber claimed to have been trained in the country.

 

Israel keeps up its attacks on Gaza

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One year on from Israel’s assault on Gaza, its aggression against the Palestinian people continues.

 

Sadie Robinson: Climate change: Right wing lies are snow joke

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Sections of the right wing media have gone on the offensive – over snow. The Daily Express newspaper has even run a front page and several articles claiming that the cold weather proves that global warming is a sham. But it is the Daily Express’s arguments that are false, not those of climate scientists and activists.

 

Neil Davidson: ‘Failed states’: a loaded term

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Yemen began to be described as a “failed state” almost as soon as a link had been established between the failed Christmas bomb attempt over Detroit and the existence of an Al Qaida cell in that country.

 

SWP conference: Socialists must stoke resistance

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Delegates from across the country gathered at the SWP’s conference last weekend to debate and decide the priorities for the party in the months ahead.

 

SWP conference: Branches should be at the centre of struggles

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The session on “Building the Socialist Workers Party” was introduced by Martin Smith, the party’s national secretary.

 

SWP conference: Workers’ confidence to fight attacks is rising

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The session on the industrial response to the economic crisis saw a productive discussion about encouraging working class resistance.

 

SWP conference: Mobilising against the fascists and the racists

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A session on combating the fascist British National Party (BNP) and the Defence Leagues looked at what has changed since the election of two fascist MEPs last June.

 

SWP conference: Debating the war, students and climate

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SWP conference: More conference decisions

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Scottish independence – Central Committee – Faction

 

Ken Olende: A year of Obama: Compromise, crisis and capitulation

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Obama was elected on a tide of hope but the reality has been disappointing, writes Ken Olende

 

Chris Bambery: Riots in Italy after racist shootings

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“Racial cleansing” returned to western Europe last weekend.
The Italian state, the country’s ruling right wing government and the forces of organised crime all united to forcibly remove 1,300 migrant workers from the southern Italian town of Rosarno.

 

Simon Basketter: Northern Ireland: Scandal of sectarianism

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Peter Robinson, the first minister of Northern Ireland, has resigned – temporarily, he claims. His wife Iris Robinson, a Northern Ireland Assembly member and MP, admitted an affair with a 19 year old.

 

Ken Olende: Thousands of Tamils still held as Sri Lanka's election approaches

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UN investigator Philip Alston has reported that footage of Sri Lankan soldiers executing prisoners last year was authentic.

 

Letters

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The fight to save the planet is a class battle | Real cost of benefits | Questions on Scottish independence vote | South Yemen’s history of struggle | The hypocrisy of Sir Digby | The US wants blood for oil | Cold chaos is not inevitable | Snow hysteria about profits

 

John Newsinger: Britain’s dirty war in Aden

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British forces killed hundreds in their war for the port of Aden, in today’s South Yemen. Western interference continues today causing bloodshed and division as Yemen becomes the new front in the ‘war on terror’.

 

Siân Ruddick: Interview: ‘US tactics in Yemen play into the hands of Al Qaida’

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Abdul Razak was born in South Yemen and came to Britain 20 years ago after his father moved to Sheffield to work in the steel industry. He teaches English for Speakers of Other Languages (Esol) and IT and is a member of the National Board of South Yemen in Britain – an organisation that calls for independence and self-determination for South Yemen.
He spoke to Siân Ruddick about the history of Western interference in the country, the role of Al Qaida and government corruption.

 

Map showing position of Yemen

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Eamonn Kelly: Exhibition review: Bristol: the ‘riots’ that helped us speak out – and party

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Two new exhibitions chart the underground music scene of the 1980s – and how it built political confidence.

 

Charlie Kimber: Film Review: Mugabe and the White African: Zimbabwe movie ignores imperialism’s real history

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This film dramatically shows the attempt by two white farmers – Mike Campbell and his British son-in-law Ben Freeth – to stop the Zimbabwean government taking over their 3,000-acre farm.

 

Film Review: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll

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This biopic of Blockheads rocker Ian Dury charts his rise to fame on the cusp of New Wave.

 

Film Review: Up in the Air

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The travels of a corporate “downsizer” as he travels the world, sacking workers.

 

Book Review: 1848: Year of Revolution

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The year uprisings swept Europe is dramatically brought to life in this study of 1848 across a dozen capitals, from Paris to Krakow.

 

Peter Dwyer: Dennis Brutus: The poet who persevered

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Dennis Brutus was one of Africa’s greatest poets – and an archetype for the anti-capitalism of our age.

 

Joel Richards: Argentina: trials show the unrepentant right

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The right wing in Argentina is making threats as former military officers face trial for their role in the 1970s dictatorship.

 

Andreja Živkovic: Eastern Europe's exposure to crisis

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The global recession has devastated the former Stalinist countries of Eastern Europe. Andreja Živkovic looks at the nature of these economies and the roots of their problems.

 

Jonathon Shafi: Right to work: Conference call for all workers

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Young workers who are unionising new workplaces will be joining other delegates at the upcoming Right to Work conference.

 

Esme Choonara: Fujitsu: ‘This is definitely a strike worth having’

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Striking Fujitsu Services workers braved sub-zero temperatures, snow and ice to hold lively and effective picket lines on the first three days of five days of action over pay, pensions and jobs.

 

Alex Callinicos: Daniel Bensaïd (25 March 1946-12 January 2010)

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16.1.10

 

The SWP’s Alex Callinicos has sent the following message to comrades in the NPA.

 

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