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We can win: 750,000 to strike in Britain

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25.6.11

 

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We can win: 750,000 to strike in Britain

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25.6.11

 

Millions more to follow this Autumn
Strikes on 30 June can reshape British politics. The government wants workers, both public and private sector, to pay for the economic crisis. A successful defence of pensions could kickstart resistance everywhere.

 

Tom Walker: Unison: get ready for united fight

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25.6.11

 

“David Cameron—you ain’t seen nothing yet.” That was the message from Dave Prentis, general secretary of the Unison union, as he issued a “call to arms” at the union’s conference this week.

 

Birmingham council workers may strike too

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25.6.11

 

Some 10,000 workers at Birmingham City Council, Britain’s biggest council, have voted by 76 percent for strikes.

 

Who says?

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25.6.11

 

Quotes from the week's news

 

Luke Stobart + Uzma Hussain + Andy Durgan: Million march against austerity across Spain

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25.6.11

 

Around one million people took part in 50 demonstrations all over Spain against austerity, the bankers and the political system last Sunday.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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25.6.11

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim: Feckless fatcats

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25.6.11

 

Editorial: Workers are really 'all in it together'

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25.6.11

 

Austerity is the mantra of bosses and politicians across Europe. They all agree.

 

Editorial: Pensions – the Tory assault that targets all working people

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25.6.11

 

The government’s Pensions Bill had its second reading in parliament on Monday of this week.

 

Greek strikes can smash austerity

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25.6.11

 

The global elite is panicking that the crisis in Greece could destabilise the whole European economy. It fears that Greece could default on its debts and provoke a “Lehman Brothers moment” for state economies.

 

Alex Callinicos: Athens resistance sparks elite crisis

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25.6.11

 

There are moments when the fundamental conflict defining capitalist society becomes visible for all to see. Athens on Wednesday of last week was one of them.

 

Noel Halifax: Aids then and now: Why profit comes before treatment

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25.6.11

 

The second in our series on HIV/Aids looks at battles over medicines.

 

Women in Saudi Arabia find a vehicle for freedom

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25.6.11

 

A campaign in Saudi Arabia to break the ban on women drivers began on Friday of last week.

 

Bassem Chit: Class politics can unite the Middle East

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25.6.11

 

It is six months since the wave of revolts started sweeping through the Middle East and north Africa. And the wave is far from over. New political formations are taking shape across the region.

 

Judith Orr: ‘Humanitarian’ Nato bombs kill civilians and rebels

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25.6.11

 

Bombing civilians in the name of saving civilians—that is the reality of Western intervention in Libya.

 

Letters

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25.6.11

 

Counting the human cost of Southern Cross | Post boss’s scam mail | Fake ‘Gay Girl’ reveals internet weakness | No to sexism and no to censorship | Streaming is not appealing | Never cross a picket line | Snobs in a scrap | No justice at Tribunals | Another Clegg calamity

 

Panos Garganas + Patrick Ward: Greece: ‘Strikes put rulers in turmoil’

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25.6.11

 

Panos Garganas of the Greek Socialist Workers Party told Patrick Ward how resistance to austerity became a rebellion.

 

Voices from the Greek strikes and protests

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25.6.11

 

Jess Hurd: ‘It looked like a war zone’
Vassilis Sylaides, Intracom Electronics: ‘It’s time for a new politics’
Costas Sarris, media worker: ‘This is a battle of hope against fear’

 

Ian Birchall: Tony Cliff: a life in the struggle

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25.6.11

 

Tony Cliff, founder of what became the Socialist Workers Party, was a tireless fighter for socialism – here Ian Birchall, author of a new biography of Cliff, tells his story.

 

'Cliff speaks on practically everything'

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25.6.11

 

Shaun Doherty, a young teacher who had recently joined the International Socialists, was in Liverpool in 1972 when he first heard Tony Cliff speak.

 

Viv Smith: Exclusive: Brothers who faced racist attack after EDL march talk to Socialist Worker

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25.6.11

 

Two Muslim brothers were attacked and beaten close to their home in east London after a march by the racist English Defence League (EDL) last Saturday.

 

'I thought my brother might be dead'

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25.6.11

 

Mohammed was beaten and kicked by up to 50 thugs while he lay on the ground. He has extensive bruising over his entire body.

 

Kelvin Williams: Thousands flock to Love Music Hate Racism festival in Ramsgate

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25.6.11

 

Over 2,500 people packed into the Kent Love Music Hate Racism festival on Ramsgate harbour front last Saturday.

 

Resist racism – join the protests

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25.6.11

 

Activists are organising to oppose the EDL’s plans for a summer of race hatred. On Saturday 27 August, UAF and United East End plan a national demonstration against EDL plans to march through Tower Hamlets.

 

Some of the demonstrations that took place across Spain last Sunday

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25.6.11

 

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