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‘We are the 99%’ – occupy movement goes global

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22.10.11

 

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Anindya Bhattacharyya: ‘We are the 99%’ – occupy movement goes global

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22.10.11

 

Over a million people across the world took to the streets this week to protest against poverty, inequality and economic injustice.

 

Liam Fox has gone: now hunt all the Tories

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22.10.11

 

Liam Fox resigned as Tory defence minister last week as the reality of corporations’ corrupt influence inside the government was revealed.

 

Who says?

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22.10.11

 

The week in quotes...

 

Figure it out

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22.10.11

 

4,000 Delegates at this year’s Tory Party conference
7,000 Lobbyists at this year’s Tory Party conference

 

Fuel price hikes fuel anger

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22.10.11

 

Fury has erupted over rising energy prices after a report by the industry regulator said the average annual profit made by the biggest energy companies has jumped to £125 per customer—a rise of 700 percent.

 

Figure it out

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£2bn What the UK’s lobbying industry is worth—about double what it was worth a decade ago
80 Lobbying companies operate in Westminster

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim’s view

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22.10.11

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim: Kick over the statues

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22.10.11

 

Editorial: Together we can build a new world

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22.10.11

 

We are often told that people are selfish—so we have dog-eat-dog societies where everyone’s just out for whatever they can grab. This week shows that up as a lie.

 

Editorial: The truth – politicians and police lied about Hillsborough deaths

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22.10.11

 

The long-fought campaign for justice for 96 Liverpool football fans crushed to death at the Hillsborough stadium in 1989 has won an important victory.

 

Public sector strikes hit Kuwait

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22.10.11

 

A strike wave is shaking the regime in the oil-rich Gulf State of Kuwait.

 

Egypt’s unions reject divisions

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22.10.11

 

Workers’ organisations in Egypt have joined calls for unity after security forces and state backed thugs attacked Christian Copts.

 

Syrian regime raids hospitals

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22.10.11

 

President Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria is hijacking ambulances and kidnapping injured protesters from hospital beds in a desperate attempt to stem opposition.

 

30 Nov strike: How we are building for N30 strikes

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22.10.11

 

Workers from around the country talked to Socialist Worker about what they are doing to make the strikes on 30 November as big as possible.

 

Tom Walker: 30 Nov strike: The race is on to stop the Tories

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22.10.11

 

30 November could see the biggest strike in Britain since the 1926 General Strike and transform politics—if we fight for the biggest yes votes possible

 

30 Nov strike: ‘We need to go out for as long as it takes’

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22.10.11

 

Unions came together for a joint meeting at Greenford High School in west London last week.

 

30 Nov strike: Workers say: join forces to fight back

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Trade unionists across Britain are building for the Unite the Resistance convention in London on 19 November.

 

Students return to the streets

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22.10.11

 

Students are preparing for a mass national protest in London on 9 November against the government’s higher education white paper.

 

Alex Callinicos: From Tahrir to Times Square

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22.10.11

 

What a year of miracles 2011 is turning out to be. It began with revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, but has now produced a global day of protest against capitalism. An estimated one million people demonstrated worldwide on 15 October.

 

Jen Roesch: 'Electric atmosphere' on New York protests

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22.10.11

 

The Occupy Wall Street movement saw a massive mobilisation of up to 100,000 people in Times Square last Saturday.

 

Unions defend the movement

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22.10.11

 

The occupiers have made vibrant links with the trade union movement in the US. Groups of workers in union T-shirts are a common site at the occupation.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Activists arrested as they expose bank’s role in crisis

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22.10.11

 

Some 23 activists were arrested at a protest at Citibank on Saturday afternoon. I was reporting on the demonstrations and was held with them.

 

Anti-capitalist protests shout round the world

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22.10.11

 

Well over a million people took to the streets in more than 950 cities across 80 countries last Saturday, as the Occupy movement exploded internationally.

 

Enric Rodrigo + Luke Stobart: Spain: More than a million light up the outrage

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22.10.11

 

On Saturday more than a million people joined jubilant protests across Spain in another show of strength by the indignados movement.

 

CJ Park: Seoul protesters defy riot police

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22.10.11

 

Despite a thunderstorm and a total government ban, more than 1,000 people joined various demonstrations across South Korea’s capital, Seoul.

 

Siân Ruddick + Dave Sewell: Occupy London can 'make a big difference'

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22.10.11

 

More than 3,000 people protested in the City of London against the greed of the banking system last Saturday.

 

Day of rage across Italy

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22.10.11

 

Tens of thousands marched in Rome—and police responded with tear gas and water cannon.

 

James Clark: Canada comes together

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22.10.11

 

Thousands joined actions across Canada in the biggest coordinated action since the anti-war protests in 2003.

 

Simon Basketter: Sparks' revolt

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22.10.11

 

Electricians have protested around Britain to stop bosses imposing 35 percent pay cuts and tearing up their contracts.

 

Construction: The bosses' profits vs workers' lives

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22.10.11

 

Construction firms are raking it in while trying to drive down pay and conditions for workers

 

Electricians: 'Work puts a strain on family'

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22.10.11

 

Working on contracts means going to where the job is – and often living in digs.

 

1972 – when building workers shut down the country

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22.10.11

 

In 1972 over 300,000 building workers struck across Britain over pay and contracts.

 

What Socialists Say: Will capitalism go on forever?

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22.10.11

 

It sometimes seems impossible to imagine life without capitalism.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Evo Morales’ wrong turn in Bolivia

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22.10.11

 

Evo Morales was elected president of Bolivia as the voice of a mass movement – but a battle over a new road exposes the gulf between his rhetoric and reality.

 

Latin America: Left presidents buckle to market

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22.10.11

 

The 1990s saw neoliberalism leave devastation in its wake across Latin America, shifting wealth from the poor to the rich.

 

Letters

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22.10.11

 

Legacy of fascism still poisons French politics | We have no choice but to strike | Energy plan is big business | This citizenship test is absurd and unfair | We must support fight for BAE jobs | Bosses ruin workers’ lives | Is Cameron breaking law? | The monsters have got to go | Tories are still homophobic | US is world’s worst terrorist

 

Sadie Robinson: Dale Farm Travellers say: 'Help us fight eviction'

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22.10.11

 

Some 400 Travellers at Dale Farm were preparing to resist eviction from their homes as Socialist Worker went to press.

 

Siân Ruddick: Judge upholds ‘severe’ jail terms for Facebook messages

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22.10.11

 

People sentenced to some of the harshest jail terms after the summer riots have lost their appeals.

 

Cop pleads not guilty to manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson

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22.10.11

 

PC Simon Harwood has pled not guilty to the manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson. Harwood, a member of the Met’s Territorial Support Group, is now due to stand trial next year.

 

Doug Nielson: Sleepover in Seattle

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22.10.11

 

A long day of protest Seattle culminated in several thousand people marching to sit down outside the street in front of a local Chase Bank.

 

Jonathan Neale: Protests show a shift in US class consciousness

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22.10.11

 

Some 400 people marched with Occupy New Orleans last Saturday. Mostly young, about 50 of them were African-American.

 

30 November strikes: Which unions are balloting and when?

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22.10.11

 

Around three million workers are set to strike on 30 November – this is a guide to the different unions’ ballot timetables so far.

 

Simon Basketter: Electricians lay siege to Balfour Beatty

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22.10.11

 

Some 400 workers blocked the entrances of the Balfour Beatty site at Blackfriars in central London this morning, Wednesday.

 

Sadie Robinson: Police launch dawn raid to evict Dale Farm Travellers

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22.10.11

 

Bailiffs and riot police moved in to evict Travellers and their supporters from Dale Farm in Essex today, Wednesday.

 

Sadie Robinson: Travellers injured in Dale Farm eviction speak out

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22.10.11

 

Nora Egan returned to the Dale Farm traveller site in Essex this afternoon, Wednesday, in a wheelchair. She woke up this morning perfectly healthy. Now she has a fractured spine.

 

Sadie Robinson: Defiant march off Dale Farm Travellers' site

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22.10.11

 

A dramatic day at the Dale Farm Traveller site in Essex today, Thursday, ended with Travellers leading a defiant march off the site.

 

Gaddafi's death is relief for West

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22.10.11

 

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was killed today near his hometown of Sirte in Libya. Many Libyans who have engaged in a bitter fight with his brutal regime for many months are celebrating in the streets.
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