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Frontpage: United we can smash racism

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4.6.13

 

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United we can smash racism

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4.6.13

 

Things they say

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2

4.6.13

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim: They come here abusing our health service

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4.6.13

 

Annette Mackin: Victory as protesters stop Nazi BNP march

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4.6.13

 

Anti-fascists united in London to stop Nick Griffin’s racist rabble from marching, reports Annette Mackin

 

What We Think: We must fight now – not wait for Labour

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5

4.6.13

 

The Labour leadership is getting its U-turns in early. Labour is not going to wait two years to the next election before it backs off from commitments to poor and working class people.

 

What We Think: More workers in unions

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4.6.13

 

More workers were members of trade unions in Britain last year than in 2011, according to new government figures.

 

Alex Callinicos: Proxy war in Syria is part shadow boxing

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4.6.13

 

The Great powers seem to be squaring off over bleeding, war-torn Syria. Britain and France have bludgeoned the European Union (EU) into ending its embargo on arms supplies to the rebels.

 

Annette Mackin: Civil service strikes – from job centres to Stonehenge

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4.6.13

 

Around 135,000 members of the PCS civil service workers’ union were set to strike this week. They work in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the Valuations Office Agency (VOA).

 

Alasdair Smith: Sweden: Profit-making school chain collapses

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4.6.13

 

A chain of “for profit” schools, responsible for 10,000 children, has collapsed in Sweden.

 

Figure It Out

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6

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9 – Sweden’s educational ranking among OECD countries in 2000
16 – It’s ranking in 2006 as “Free Schools” grew in influence
4/1 – 1990s income difference between top and bottom 10 percent of Swedish
population
6/1 – That income difference now

 

Figure It Out

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4.6.13

 

3.6 – million people in the eurozone under 25 are unemployed, say new figures from the European Commission
1.6 – million people in the eurozone lost their jobs in the year ending April 2013
0.6 – percent—the amount the eurozone economy is expected to shrink this year

 

Dave Sewell: European Union extends its austerity deadline to defuse fury

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4.6.13

 

The European Union (EU) last week extended its deadlines for six countries to meet austerity targets. It is trying to buy time in the face of growing anger.

 

Rebels stage prison breakout in Niger

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8

4.6.13

 

At least 22 people, including several Islamist militants, escaped from prison in Niger’s capital Niamey last weekend.

 

Police kill indigenous protester in Brazil

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8

4.6.13

 

Police in southern Brazil killed one Terena indigenous protester and wounded several others while evicting them from their land on Thursday of last week.

 

Letters

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9

4.6.13

 

Attacks on Britain do relate to foreign policy, defending abortion rights and building solidarity

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: We broke no rules

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9

4.6.13

 

Weyman Bennett: Unite Against Fascism: ‘Our tactics can beat the racists’

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10

4.6.13

 

We’ve pushed back the racist thugs in the past couple of years, but now they’re mobilising in numbers not seen since 2011.

 

Yuri Prasad: After Woolwich: Beating back the racist backlash

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4.6.13

 

Attacks on Muslims are on the rise in the wake of the murder of a soldier in Woolwich last month. Politicians may be quick to urge calm but it’s their policies that are the main drivers of racism.

 

Simon Basketter: Review: A swashbuckling story about 16th century European spies

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13

4.6.13

 

The new novel Altai, the sequel to Q, is a thrilling tale of intrigue and revolt that questions how the powerful justify their actions.

 

Dave Sewell: 1972 – when tenants struck

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14

4.6.13

 

Mass workers’ resistance and rent strikes in the 1970s showed how to beat attacks on tenants—despite betrayals by Labour and union leaders.

 

Judith Orr: Bradley Manning – a soldier’s leaks exposed US ‘bloodlust’

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4.6.13

 

As Bradley Manning faces court martial for leaking military files to Wikileaks, Judith Orr says he is standing firm despite the threat of a lifetime in jail

 

Ken Olende: Secret prison shows up Britain’s dirty role in war

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4.6.13

 

The government claims that the military is in Afghanistan to uphold the law. But Ken Olende shows the brutal reality behind Britain’s ‘war on terror’.

 

Jahangir Mohammed: Torture and harrassment lie behind radicalisation

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17

4.6.13

 

Since Woolwich all the focus has been on who in the Muslim community “radicalised” Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale. It’s as if all Muslims knew and were responsible for them.

 

The Texan firm behind Camp Bastion

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17

4.6.13

 

Afghans killed as they slept –– Justice now for extradited pair

 

Ron Margulies: Rage explodes across Turkey

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4.6.13

 

Police were withdrawn from Istanbul’s main Taksim Square on Saturday of last week, following five days of protests.

 

Turkey’s uprising is against neoliberalism—not ‘Islamism’

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4.6.13

 

The opposition which found an echo with millions of people across Turkey is not in any way against the government’s alleged “Islamism”.

 

Sarah Cox: Solidarity across the world with protests in Turkey

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4.6.13

 

More than 500 Turkish Londoners and supporters, including many families, gathered opposite Downing Street in central London on Sunday afternoon of last week.

 

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