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Strike and protest on 30 June

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11.6.11

 

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Simon Basketter: Stuff Vince Cable’s blackmail: Strike and protest on 30 June

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11.6.11

 

The Tory–Lib Dem government is fighting a war with workers.
A shot was fired this week when Lib Dem business secretary Vince Cable threatened more anti-union laws to make it harder to strike. Behind the threats lies a government rattled by resistance to the cuts.

 

Care home nightmare: this could be the NHS's future

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11.6.11

 

Privatisation rains chaos on ordinary people while bosses grab billions. That’s what the care homes crisis shows. A GMB union report shows how rents for the 750 Southern Cross care homes were £100 million higher than they should be—because of a financial scam by big City firms.

 

Who says?

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11.6.11

 

In their own words

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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11.6.11

 

Editorial: IMF praise means more pain for us

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11.6.11

 

George Osborne’s sneering smile said it all as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) heaped praise upon his economic vision for Britain this week. The IMF insisted that austerity is “essential” to achieve “a more sustainable budgetary position”.

 

Editorial: Tories use ‘terror’ threat to scapegoat and spy on Muslims

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11.6.11

 

Home secretary Theresa May this week announced plans to make the government’s Prevent programme even more draconian. Prevent, introduced under Labour, is the government’s “anti-terrorism” strategy.

 

Protesters challenge draconian police tactics

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11.6.11

 

Students, young people and workers are fighting the criminalisation of dissent. They are challenging draconian police tactics, such as kettling and mass arrests.

 

Amy Leather: E coli: It’s the system that kills, not salad

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11.6.11

 

The latest E coli outbreak has already claimed the lives of 22 people and infected more than 2,000 people across the world. Bean sprouts from a German organic farm were blamed for spreading the previously unknown strain—though previously we were assured that Spanish cucumbers were the source.

 

Panos Garganas: Cuts and bailouts are are no solution for European crisis

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11.6.11

 

Talk of a second financial bailout in Greece shows that austerity isn’t working.

 

Luke Stobart + Pura Ariza + Debs Gwynn: Spain: ‘Nothing will ever be the same’

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11.6.11

 

The protests sweeping Spain are reaching a crucial point. In the capital, Madrid, arguments rage about what to do next.

 

Zimbabwe: treason charges dropped, but trial to go on

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11.6.11

 

The Zimbabwean state has dropped the most serious charges against six activists who faced the death penalty for treason.

They now face the lesser charge of “subverting a constitutional government”—but this still carries a maximum sentence of 20 years. Their trial begins on 18 July.

 

Portugal: Disillusion shapes election

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11.6.11

 

The Socialist Party in Portugal became the latest victim of the economic crisis when it was defeated in last Sunday’s general election. The right wing Social Democratic Party won 38.7 percent of the votes.

 

Letters

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11.6.11

 

Slashing benefits is making people ill | Italy poll results bring hope | Storm brews as football close to revolt | We should march and challenge | It’s economic conscription | They can’t silence Tunisia | UK Uncut show imagination | Bankers do real damage | Franjo Tudjman died long ago | UN was never force for good

 

John Molyneux: 2011's rising tide of revolution – and historical patterns of revolt

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11.6.11

 

John Molyneux looks at this year’s revolutions, their significance and how they compare to patterns of revolt through history.

 

What Socialists Say: Do public sector strikes make a difference?

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11.6.11

 

“If they go on strike, the only people they are going to hurt are the people of Doncaster.” That’s what Doncaster’s mayor Peter Davies thinks about a strike ballot by the town’s council workers. It’s a frequent refrain—not just from the Tories and the right but from some in the unions.

 

Sadie Robinson: What causes rape?

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11.6.11

 

Women’s oppression and violence against women are features of our society. But can we get rid of them? Sadie Robinson looks at the roots of sexism and offers some answers.

 

Siân Ruddick: Israeli soldiers murder unarmed protesters in Golan Heights

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11.6.11

 

Israeli soldiers murdered 23 people last Sunday during protests against its occupation of Syria’s Golan Heights. They injured another 350 protesters.

 

Syrian regime clamps down on democracy protests

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11.6.11

 

Syrian security forces mutinied in the northern town of Jisrash Shugur on Monday. The Syrian state claims that armed gangs attacked a checkpoint killing 120 people.

 

Judith Orr: Egypt: Movement resists attempts to stall the revolution

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11.6.11

 

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has moved in on Egypt. It has agreed a $3 billion loan with the military council government. International bankers and the government want a stable economy so they can get back to making profits out of Egypt.

 

Sasha Simic: Egypt: new workers' party activists debate way forward

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11.6.11

 

Sasha Simic reports from a meeting of the newly-formed Democratic Workers Party in Giza, Cairo, last week.

 

Tim Nelson + Ken Olende: Yemen’s dictator runs from revolt

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11.6.11

 

Huge crowds celebrated on the streets of Yemen last Sunday after president Ali Abdullah Saleh fled to Saudi Arabia—saying he needed medical treatment.

 

Patrick Ward: Refugees from Libya left to die by Nato ships speak out – exclusive

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11.6.11

 

Hundreds of refugees from Libya were left to drown by Nato ships, survivors told Socialist Worker. They say that their sinking vessel appealed for help from passing Nato and Italian ships, but none would stop.

 

Ken Olende: Geronimo Pratt, former political prisoner and Black Panther, dies

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11.6.11

 

Former political prisoner and Black Panther Geronimo Pratt died last week aged 63. He is believed to have died of natural causes in Tanzania where he had settled and worked as a human rights activist.

 

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