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Bedroom tax scandal: ‘Tories want to take our homes’

2341

 

23.2.13

 

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Bedroom tax scandal: ‘Tories want to take our homes’

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23.2.13

 

Poor people in social housing are resisting the Tories’ bedroom tax.

 

The Things They Say

2341

2

23.2.13

 

Quotes from this week’s news

 

Judith Orr: Eurozone crisis could mean German credit downgrade

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3

23.2.13

 

Predictions that the eurozone was coming out of its crisis have turned to dust. Instead the biggest “core” economies are getting dragged further in.

 

Kim Yeong-Ik: North Korea: A nuclear bogeyman created by the US

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23.2.13

 

North Korea’s state-controlled news agency, Korean Central, says that the country’s recent nuclear test was conducted to strengthen North Korea’s overall nuclear capabilities.

 

Siân Ruddick: Striking journalists at the BBC interrupt bosses’ plan

2341

6

23.2.13

 

Programmes were taken off air and newsrooms lay empty on Monday of this week as BBC journalists walked out in a dispute over compulsory redundancies. Thousands of members of the NUJ union voted by over 70 percent to strike in a ballot last year.

 

Siân Ruddick: Bhajis, tea and solidarity for BBC strikers in Scotland

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6

23.2.13

 

In Glasgow 25 NUJ members picketed BBC Scotland with placards, banners, flasks of tea and coffee and homemade onion bhajis and pakoras. Several members of the Bectu union showed their solidarity by refusing to cross the NUJ picket line.

 

Panos Garganas: General strike in Greece shows rulers’ weakness

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23.2.13

 

Workers across Greece were set to strike on Wednesday of this week. There were no newspapers after journalists and print workers walked out a day early.

 

Siân Ruddick: Italian election will be vote on austerity

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23.2.13

 

Italy’s national election—set to take place this weekend—has become a referendum on austerity and tax. Five of the seven parties standing claim they will stop implementing austerity.

 

Huge US march against pipeline

2341

7

23.2.13

 

Almost 50,000 people demanded action on climate change in Washington DC last Saturday. They oppose the building of the Keystone XL pipeline.

 

March in Spain against evictions

2341

7

23.2.13

 

Spain’s social movements are preparing to demonstrate against cuts, corruption and the “coup d’etat of the market” on Saturday of this week.

 

Portugal unions against cuts

2341

7

23.2.13

 

Portugal’s international creditors—the European Union, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank—were set to review their progress next week.

 

Noel Halifax: LGBT History Month: A glimpse of gay liberation in Berlin

2341

10

23.2.13

 

Germany after the First World War was a great hope of world socialism.

 

Simon Basketter: Hungry for a profit – why the market feeds us rotten food

2341

10

23.2.13

 

As the scandal of food adulteration spreads, Simon Basketter looks at the how the pursuit of profit makes meat slaughter and processing anything but safe.

 

Simon Basketter: The great subsidy scandal

2341

11

23.2.13

 

Beef barons can claim bungs for exporting animal produce under the European Union (EU) Common Agricultural Policy. The system of export credits subsidises the profits of the meat industry.

 

Simon Basketter: Conditions for meat workers: Cold, damp and barbaric

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11

23.2.13

 

Conditions for meat processing workers are barbaric. Most are paid the minimum wage to work long hours in the cold and damp.

 

Simon Basketter: Is the real problem that food is too cheap?

2341

11

23.2.13

 

Former Tesco boss and management consultant Pamela Robinson has blamed the horsemeat scandal on cheap food. “The current crisis in processed meat products highlights a growing concern that food in the UK is simply too cheap,” she said.

 

Sadie Robinson: The power of workers

2341

14

23.2.13

 

Sadie Robinson explains why socialists emphasise the central role of workers in struggles for freedom and liberation.

 

Sadie Robinson: Have workers lost their strength?

2341

15

23.2.13

 

Some people say social changes mean that the working class no longer has the power to transform the world. They claim that the working class is divided between “traditional” workers and a new, precarious class.

 

Geoff Brown + Jonathan Neale: Doctors’ hunger strike wins victory for poor people in Punjab

2341

15

23.2.13

 

Jonathan Neale and Geoff Brown report on an inspiring struggle for the right to health care in Punjab, Pakistan.

 

Sadie Robinson: Holocaust survivor warns: Don’t let Nazis tell their lies

2341

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23.2.13

 

Cleo Yvel was living in France when Adolf Hitler’s Nazis were targeting Jews across Europe during the Second World War.

 

Sarah Ensor: Racist English Defence League not welcome in Cambridge

2341

20

23.2.13

 

Supporters of Unite Against Fascism (UAF) protested on against French fascist leader Marine Le Pen on Tuesday of this week.

 

Dave Sewell: General strike paralyses Greece

2341

 

23.2.13

 

A general strike paralysed Greece today, Wednesday. The action was against new attacks on workers’ wages and their union rights.

 

Sarah Ensor: Hundreds protest at fascist Marine Le Pen in Cambridge

2341

 

23.2.13

 

Some 200 students, school students, trade unionists and campaigners protested at the Cambridge Union Society today, Tuesday, against French fascist Marine Le Pen.

 

Amplats security shoot five miners in South Africa

2341

 

23.2.13

 

South African platinum mine security guards shot five miners with rubber bullets as they resisted an attempt by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) to re-establish itself at the Amplats Siphumelele mine in Rustenberg.

 

Simon Basketter: Blacklisting is as old as the pyramids, says boss

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23.2.13

 

Stan Hardy gave evidence to MPs on the Scottish Affairs Select Committee’s blacklisting investigation last week.

 

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