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Cameron wades into racist sewer with speech attacking migrants

2248

 

23.4.11

 

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Ken Olende: Cameron wades into racist sewer with speech attacking migrants

2248

1

23.4.11

 

David Cameron feels support draining away and he’s fighting back by sinking into the politics of the gutter—with a speech scapegoating immigrants.

 

Who says?

2248

2

23.4.11

 

Quotes from the week's news

 

Estelle Cooch: Challenges to Marxism: Should we all unite to save the planet?

2248

6

23.4.11

 

The last in our series looks at the environmentalist challenge to Marxism.

 

Simon Assaf: Libyan suspicion grows at role of Nato

2248

6

23.4.11

 

The euphoria that greeted Western intervention in Libya has given way to deep suspicion as the fighting drags on.

 

International round-up of revolt

2248

6

23.4.11

 

Yemen – Syria – Bahrain

 

Letters

2248

7

23.4.11

 

Excluding pupils is never the right answer | Atos has no cures | leaders of scab UDM are on trial | Arts must not fall into Tories’ trap | AV doesn’t help centre | New cables can plug gaps | It’s time for an upgrade | More lies from the military | Libya’s call to arms

 

Sadie Robinson: Nuclear power: ‘Powerful groups are out to skew the debate’

2248

8

23.4.11

 

As the row over nuclear power grows, scientist and activist Dr Helen Caldicott spoke to Sadie Robinson about the dangers of nuclear power, the powerful interests that back it and how we can win a better world.

 

Viv Smith: 'Disabled people won't be victims any more'

2248

8

23.4.11

 

Disabled activists speak out to Viv Smith.

 

‘We can work, but can’t get the jobs’

2248

9

23.4.11

 

Rob Murthwaite, a visually impaired senior lecturer in the law department at London Metropolitan University, spoke to Socialist Worker about the situation facing disabled people

 

Roddy Slorach: Benefit cuts are blow to welfare state

2248

9

23.4.11

 

The Tory and media smear campaign against benefit “fraudsters” deliberately confuses fitness to work with disability. They want us to believe that only the “genuinely disabled” are unable to work.

 

What Socialists Say: Are we ‘hard wired’ to be prejudiced?

2248

9

23.4.11

 

Racism, sexism and homophobia are deeply entrenched in our society. While many people reject these ideas, many others don’t.

 

Matthew Cookson: The American Civil War: war against slavery

2248

10

23.4.11

 

150 years after the American Civil War began, Matthew Cookson looks back at the significance of the conflict—and examines what really lay behind it.

 

Kevin Orr: Film review: The Killing is riveting and essential viewing

2248

11

23.4.11

 

Those of us who were consumed by the first series of Danish television thriller The Killing will have to wait until the autumn for series two.

 

Viv Smith: Socialist fighter wins backing across Preston

2248

13

23.4.11

 

Residents in Preston’s Town Centre ward showed their support for socialist councillor Michael Lavalette as he campaigned for re-election last Sunday.

 

Vote TUSC

2248

13

23.4.11

 

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition is standing 180 candidates across 55 local authorities in England in the 5 May local elections.

 

Patrick Ward: George Galloway at heart of anti-cuts fight in key poll

2248

13

23.4.11

 

Elections to the Scottish parliament on 5 May offer the possibility of a breakthrough for the left. Campaigners for the George Galloway (Respect) Coalition Against Cuts in Glasgow have been out in force in the last few weeks. There is a real chance that former MP George Galloway, who heads the list in Glasgow, could be elected. The coalition needs to pass the 5 percent threshold to get an MSP.

 

Hands off our fire engine

2248

13

23.4.11

 

Ray Holmes is a socialist councillor in Shirebrook North West in Bolsover, Derbyshire. He’s standing for re-election next month and is backed by the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC).

 

Time to drive the Nazis out

2248

13

23.4.11

 

The fascist British National Party (BNP) launched its election manifesto in Stoke-on-Trent last Sunday. BNP leader Nick Griffin didn’t bother to attend the press conference—held in a car park with just 30 supporters.

 

Yuri Prasad: NHS protests can force Tories back

2248

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23.4.11

 

The Tories are in crisis over the NHS. There is significant opposition to health secretary Andrew Lansley’s plans to hand over services to his fat cat friends. So much so that the government has been forced to make numerous signals about its readiness to retreat.

 

Cuts deny patients operations

2248

16

23.4.11

 

Thousands of patients are waiting in agony because health bosses have cancelled their operations, leaders of Britain’s surgeons have revealed.

 

Cuts threaten capital's ambulance service

2248

16

23.4.11

 

Many Londoners will have been shocked and maybe a bit frightened by the news that the capital’s ambulance service is to cut 890 jobs over the next five years.

 

International Socialists Botswana: Public sector strike paralyses Botswana

2248

 

23.4.11

 

A strike by tens of thousands of government workers has paralysed Botswana in southern Africa since Monday.

 

John Molyneux: Joan Miro is marvellous at the Tate

2248

 

23.4.11

 

John Molyneux enjoys the Tate Modern’s new exhibition of a master’s work.

 

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