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Frontpage: Revolution in Tunisia: ‘We have the power’

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22.1.11

 

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Revolution in Tunisia: ‘We have the power’

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Leaders in fear as protests spread across Arab world

 

Who says?

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Socialist Worker's pick of this week's quotes

 

Kambiz Boomla: Doctor: health bill is the start of full privatisation of NHS

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22.1.11

 

The new NHS bill this week will lay the legislative foundations for the privatisation of the NHS

 

Guy Smallman: BBC Arabic service on two-day strike

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22.1.11

 

Journalists at the BBC Arabic Service began a 48 hour strike on Tuesday.

 

Tories attack right to strike and bring in sack threat

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22.1.11

 

David Cameron wants to make it harder for workers to strike. Last week he raised the threat of hardening up anti-union laws even further.

 

New evidence: Britain trains Bangladeshi torturers

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22.1.11

 

Further evidence has come to light of the relationship between British governments and a Bangladeshi paramilitary death squad.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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22.1.11

 

More government attacks on Travellers

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22.1.11

 

The Tories want to use their Localism Bill, which had its second reading in parliament on Monday of this week, to stop Travellers from obtaining planning permission after having settled on land.

 

Blair caught out on war lies

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22.1.11

 

Former attorney general Lord Goldsmith’s written evidence will make things hard for Tony Blair as he faces the Iraq inquiry again on Friday.

 

Left in Glasgow should unite

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Former Respect and Labour MP George Galloway has announced that he will stand on the Glasgow regional list in May’s election to the Scottish parliament.

 

Judith Orr: Editorial: Tunisia: workers can transform the world

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22.1.11

 

When the spell is broken and resistance breaks out, changes that might have taken years in “normal” times can happen in a matter of hours.

 

Alex Callinicos: US and China in a battle for influence

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22.1.11

 

China's leaders are busy touring the globe. President Hu Jintao has been visiting the US a week after vice-premier Li Keqiang, whom Hu backs as the next prime minister, did the rounds of the European Union (EU).

 

Mike Gonzalez: Desperately poor are the real flood victims

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As floods wreak havoc across the globe, Mike Gonzalez looks at the role of poverty in the dramatically different experiences of flood-stricken countries.

 

Siân Ruddick: Afghan war: Navy medic refuses to fight in ‘war based on lies’

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Michael Lyons has got a fight on his hands—and he intends to win it. He is a 24 year old Navy medic, and a conscientious objector. He believes that the US and British occupation of Afghanistan is based on lies and greed.

 

Right to Work campaign: Rage at the bonus bankers

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22.1.11

 

Hundreds of activists took part in anti-cuts protests across Britain last weekend.

 

Matthew Cookson: Labour’s choice is to cut or fight

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22.1.11

 

Labour’s resounding victory in last week’s Oldham East & Saddleworth by-election showed the depth of the government’s problems just eight months into its term of office.

 

Yuri Prasad: Post: Royal Mail sell-off plan sails through parliament

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22.1.11

 

Postal services are heading for catastrophe as government plans to hand Royal Mail to a private firm took a step forwards last week.

 

John Molyneux: Leon Trotsky's legacy: Preserving Marxism for the future battles

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22.1.11

 

Our series concludes with Trotsky’s fight to keep the flame of socialism alight

 

BNP leader forced to run from journalists' club debate

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22.1.11

 

Protesters stopped Nick Griffin, leader of the Nazi British National Party (BNP), from speaking at meeting on Thursday of last week.

 

Viv Smith: Don’t let racists rampage in Luton

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22.1.11

 

The racist English Defence League is mobilising to get racist thugs to descend on Luton on Saturday 5 February—the place where the group was set up in 2009.

 

Justice for Bolton: Police case collapses

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22.1.11

 

Paul Sutcliffe, a 45-year old Unite Against Fascism (UAF) supporter from Halifax, walked free from court on Thursday of last week after the prosecution case against him collapsed.

 

Joanna Gilmore: Spying on the movement: Questions for top cops

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Revelations that undercover police officers have infiltrated environmental groups in Britain has sent shockwaves through the movement.

 

Judith Orr: Revolution in Tunisia: Mass protest topples tyrant

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22.1.11

 

Introduction to special report on the Tunisian uprising. Revolution sweeps away a hated dictator. Thousands fill the streets to celebrate their newly won freedom. The scenes sound like something from a history book. But this is Tunisia in January 2011.

 

Fathi Chamki: Revolution in Tunisia: The new government will be weak

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The situation on the ground remains quite volatile. The flight of Ben Ali gave remnants of the old regime a platform to regroup—despite the fact that it was on its last legs—and they are trying to organise a counter-revolution.

 

Revolution in Tunisia: Eyewitness to the fall of a brutal dictator

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22.1.11

 

Mohammed, a Tunisian socialist living in London, flew to Tunis last week to take part in the mass protest that forced Ben Ali to flee the country. He spoke to Socialist Worker.

 

Bassem Chit: Revolution in Tunisia: Threatening the power of Arab rulers

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22.1.11

 

Bassem Chit explains how Tunisia shows that real change can be won on the streets

 

Revolution in Tunisia: Tunisia timeline

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Revolution in Tunisia: ‘A lesson no Arab regime should ignore’

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Across the Arab world, millions of people suffer the same poverty, unemployment, soaring prices and oppression that lie behind the Tunisian revolution.

 

Phil Marfleet: Revolution in Tunisia: Permanent revolution: how to win liberation in the Middle East

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Hossam Bahgat of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights said he was glued to the news from Tunisia. “Literally days ago the regime seemed unshakable,” he said. “I feel like we Egyptians are a giant step closer to our own liberation.”

 

Tom Walker: The battle of Wapping

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22.1.11

 

Twenty five years ago, press baron and Tory ally Rupert Murdoch set out to smash Fleet Street’s powerful print unions. His victory was far from inevitable.

 

Socialist Worker warned of plans for scab plant at Wapping that union leaders ignored

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22.1.11

 

Most histories of the Wapping strike talk about how Murdoch “fooled” the union leaders by saying his new plant was for a fictitious newspaper, called the London Post.

 

Letters

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Bigots want to turn clock back on women's rights | Mark Twain in context | Jobless and disabled are working class too | Who does union official speak for? | Party for your right to fight | Who are the real criminals? | Sacked for being female? | Ivory Coast not so simple | Choose sides in Pakistan

 

Matthew Cookson: Heinz strikes meanz a much better pay deal

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22.1.11

 

Workers at the Heinz factory in Wigan voted to accept an improved pay offer from management this week.

 

Siân Ruddick: 29 Jan: March for education

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22.1.11

 

Students across the country are organising and protesting against government plans to scrap their Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA).

 

Defend student protester Bryan Simpson

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22.1.11

 

The government and the police have cracked down on the student movement. One protester being targeted is Bryan Simpson, a student at Strathclyde University. Police raided his house on 24 November—a day of protest across Britain.

 

Sue Caldwell: Anti-academies: Schools fight is an inspiration

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The Anti Academies Alliance (AAA) annual general meeting last weekend was lifted by the experience of the student movement. One teacher described it as “Inspiring”.

 

Anti-academies: Victory against academy plan in Deptford

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22.1.11

 

Campaigners have won a significant victory in Deptford, south east London. Governors at Tidemill primary school are to withdraw their application to become an academy after campaigners exposed flaws in the proposal.

 

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