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Frontpage: Workers in Egypt can win

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13.7.13

 

Content

 

Things they say

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In their own words

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: This morning

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13.7.13

 

The Troublemaker: MPs get another pay rise as the expenses keep rolling in

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13.7.13

 

Touring speaker – Pig society – No hiding place – We were the victims say Murdoch hacks – Bungling baron is unloved by royals – A Royal silver penny – FAULTY FIRM No. 9541: Trade union reform campaign – The real scandal of Abu Qatada

 

In this week: 1967: Newark riots against racism

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Police racism and brutality led to six days of rioting in Newark, New Jersey.
It was sparked by the death of black cabdriver after he was arrested by police.
A woman was also shot Royal Mail is under attack from Tories and killed.

 

Judith Orr: Egypt – a second revolution sweeps out a president

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Ordinary people in Egypt have shown their power—but the army wants to stifle it, writes Judith Orr.

 

Figure It Out

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17 million people are estimated to have joined protests across Egypt on 30 June this year
13 percent of people in Egypt are out of work—and it’s predicted to rise to 14 percent NeXT year
15 percent of people in Egypt were pushed into poverty between 2009 and 2011, when the revolution began

 

Mohamed Ahmed Salem: Egypt: ‘We are still on the streets’

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In Tanta we started our protests early, when a new governor from the Brotherhood was appointed.

 

Sameh Naguib: Egypt: ‘People have gained huge confidence’

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Revolutionary Socialist Sameh Naguib reported from Cairo the day after protests forced out president Mohamed Mursi.

 

Fatma Ramadan: Egypt: ‘Unions need to raise workers’ demands’

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I speak in a personal capacity, not on behalf of the unions, because whenever there is a split in society, there’s one within the unions.

 

What We Think: Workers have the power to change the world

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A 17 million-strong revolt from below brought down a second president in Egypt last week. It shows what is possible at the height of mass struggles.

 

What We Think: Who polices the cops?

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There was no lawful reason for a police officer to gun down Azelle Rodney in north London in 2005, an inquiry has concluded.

 

Gigi Ibrahim: Fighting harassment in Cairo’s Tahrir Square

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Sexual harassment is very common in Egypt. We have set up organisations to challenge it in Tahrir Square. Statistics say over 99 percent of Egyptian women have been sexually harassed at some point in their lives.

 

Ken Olende: G4S guards unlawfully killed Jimmy Mubenga, says jury

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13.7.13

 

An inquest jury’s verdict is a major breakthrough in getting justice for Jimmy Mubenga, who died during a forced deportation, reports Ken Olende.

 

Annette Mackin: Cops failed to protect Smiley Culture

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13.7.13

 

The inquest jury into the death of Smiley Culture, real name David Emmanuel, found that the singer died from a “self inflicted stab wound to the chest”.

 

Figure It Out

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16 – deaths in custody this year alone across England and Wales
1,464 – deaths in police custody, or following contact with police, since 1990
0 – number of police officers convicted over a death in custody since 1990

 

Simon Basketter: Ed Miliband moves to weaken unions’ influence on Labour

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A bruising week of confrontations, accusations, attacks and withdrawals has exposed the Labour Party’s love-hate relationship with the big trade unions, writes Simon Basketter.

 

Simon Basketter: Trade unions still provide the finance for Labour

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We should defend the right of unions to fund political parties. But if Labour wants to get workers’ money it should do something to deserve it, writes Simon Basketter.

 

Jerry Hicks, ‘Unions must demand payment by results’

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13.7.13

 

Jerry Hicks is a member of Unite who stood as a rank and file candidate in the recent leadership election. “The unions formed the Labour Party and they should own it,” he told Socialist Worker.

 

Dave Sewell: Cuts create a crisis for rulers in Greece and Portugal

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13.7.13

 

European rulers continue to target the poor as they try to escape the eurozone crisis, writes Dave Sewell.

 

Annette Mackin: Guantanamo: US force feeds Muslim prisoners on hunger strike during Ramadan

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The US is refusing to stop the force-feeding of 45 Guantanamo detainees through the annual Muslim fast of Ramadan. The men are among 106 detainees who are on hunger strike in protest at being held in the prison for years without trial.

 

Letters

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Syria, capitalism and crime, Workfare barons

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Cutting the unions link

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13.7.13

 

What socialists say: Have women always been oppressed?

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It’s the 21st century and women are still oppressed. For all the talk of equality, we still haven’t achieved it. Women in Britain are still paid, on average, less than men. Women still do more housework and childcare. And women are far more likely to suffer domestic abuse and violence.

 

Sarah Ensor: Life and death without the NHS

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As the Tories push more of the health service into the private sector Sarah Ensor spoke to people who remember the grim reality of privatised healthcare before the NHS was set up 65 years ago this month.

 

Tories slice up NHS for fat firms

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The NHS is about to be hit by a new wave of privatisation.

 

Health service? No, it’s a business

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Margaret Thatcher’s Tory government in the 1980s took away hospital management from consultant doctors. They were replaced by chief executives, who were often accountants.

 

Meetings and events

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SWP branch meetings | Movement events

 

Saoirse Mcdermott-Cox: Fighting Fit: Chanie Rosenberg’s memoir: A life in struggle – from the kibbutz to the classroom

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Fighting Fit tells an engaging tale of the lives socialists lead as they’re busy making history, says Saoirse Mcdermott-Cox.

 

Alex Smith: Exhibition: Artists and the Mexican Revolution

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The Mexican Revolution in 1910 sparked an explosion of artistic creativity, writes Alex Smith.

 

Radio: The Negro Tradegian

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This radio documentary, presented by actor Kwame Kwei-Armah, is about the life and career of 19th century American-born black actor Ira Aldridge.

 

Film: Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer

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This documentary is about the Russian feminist punk group Pussy Riot.

 

Bestsellers at Bookmarks: Top 5 Books

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1 Jim Larkin & the Great Dublin Lockout (John Newsinger)
2 Invisible: Britain’s Migrant Sex Workers (Hsiao-Hung Pai)
3 Population 10 Billion (Danny Dorling)
4 Alexandra Kollontai: A biography (Heather A Brown)
5 Radical Unionism: The Rise and Fall of Revolutionary Syndicalism (Ralph Darlington)

 

Sameh Naguib: Egypt: Get ready to change the world

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13.7.13

 

The Revolutionary Socialists sprung from underground to play a leading role in Egypt’s revolt. Sameh Naguib explains how they built a party to shape the struggle.

 

Sameh Naguib: Egypt: Who leads the movement?

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Revolutionaries try to organise the vanguard—the most advanced sections of the movement who can take a lead in the struggle.

 

Sean Purdi: Eyewitness Brazil: ‘Workers can take the struggle to the next stage’

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Huge protests have forced the unions into action—creating new opportunities and challenges, says Sean Purdy

 

Annette Mackin: Racism and resistance in the wake of Woolwich

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13.7.13

 

The killing of soldier Lee Rigby sparked a wave of anti-Muslim attacks. But politicians and pundits created the climate for them, writes Annette Mackin

 

Woolwich background: Attacks are linked to EDL

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Tories tell lies on segregation – Integration is up, not down

 

Sally Kincaid: How to oppose the fascists in your area

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Fascists have launched a series of attacks on trade unionists in Leeds over the last 20 or so years. But having a rooted anti-fascist group in the city meant that there was always a network that could support people and organise against them.

 

Annette Mackin: Cops slammed over Azelle Rodney shooting

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The police officer who shot Azelle Rodney could face prosecution after a damning report from the official inquiry into the killing was released last week. Azelle died after an officer, known as “E7” throughout the inquiry, shot him six times in under two seconds in 2005.

 

Revolutionære Socialister, Egypten: Freedom is in the hands of the people, and not of the military and the guards

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Statement from the Egyptian Revolutionary Socialists, 9 July 2013

 

Ken Olende: Voices of resistance open Marxism festival in central London

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The Marxism 2013 festival opened with a rally of more than 900 people today, Thursday. The Logan Hall in central London was full to capacity. The festival will continue with hundreds of meetings and debates until Monday.

 

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