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As crisis and scandal leave Cameron reeling: Kick out rotten Tories

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7.4.12

 

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Who says?

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7.4.12

 

Some quotes from this week's news

 

Zimbabwe: Appeal is rejected for the six convicted socialists

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7.4.12

 

The Zimbabwe Six have had their appeal against their sentence of community service rejected. The six socialists, convicted for watching a video of the Arab Spring, were each sentenced to a fine of £310 and 420 hours of community service.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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7.4.12

 

"We should never have let Richard Branson take over maternity services"

 

Editorial: As crisis and scandal leave Cameron reeling – Kick out rotten Tories

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7.4.12

 

It’s been a bad few weeks for the Tories. First their budget was attacked for lining the pockets of their rich friends while fleecing pensioners.
Then a VAT change in the budget’s small print grabbed the front pages for days—and went right to the heart of bitterness against the government.

 

Editorial: Abortion isn’t a ‘tough issue’––most back a woman’s right to choose

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7.4.12

 

Hundreds of pro-choice protesters took on anti-abortion bigots in central London last week

 

Siân Ruddick: Police evidence heard at Alfie trial

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7.4.12

 

The trial of Alfie Meadows and four other student protesters continued at Kingston Crown Court this week

 

Alex Callinicos: The key lessons of Bradford West

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7.4.12

 

The superlatives have fast run out in attempts to sum up George Galloway’s victory for Respect in the Bradford West by-election. It simply is off the scale of normal electoral measurement.

 

Albert García: Anger explodes on the streets of Spain

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7.4.12

 

Our angry, gigantic general strike across the Spanish state last week was a new step forward in the fight against austerity in Europe. Tens of millions struck and two million demonstrated up and down the country.

 

Martin Smith: Denmark: Anti-racists see off Nazis in Aarhus

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7.4.12

 

Many of Europe’s key Nazis and Islamophobes gathered in Aarhus, Denmark, on Saturday of last week.

 

Mass defiance over Ireland's 'poll tax'

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7.4.12

 

Some 10,000 people protested against a 100 euro household charge in Ireland last Saturday.

 

Sadie Robinson: London pensions strike: schools and colleges shut down

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7.4.12

 

Teachers and lecturers in London struck on Wednesday of last week in the ongoing battle to defend pensions. Some 8,000 strikers and supporters marched through central London on the day. Strikers were angry about the Tories’ assault on pensions—but their anger went far deeper too.

 

Solidarity from other workers shows the potential to escalate

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7.4.12

 

The level of support and solidarity from trade unionists around Britain shows that workers are willing to take on the Tories.

 

Fight for national action over pensions

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7.4.12

 

Activists across public sector unions are fighting for coordinated national strikes against the Tories. Workers keep on voting overwhelmingly for more strikes.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Unemployment: Is there a new class of worker?

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7.4.12

 

The last in our series warns against seeing false divides in the working class.

 

Simon Assaf: Syria: Revolt threatened by West and Assad

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7.4.12

 

The revolution in Syria has faced a brutal month as the military crackdown on cities and towns reaches increasingly bloody levels.

 

Dave Sewell: Celebrations greet Suu Kyi win in Burma, but new dangers await

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7.4.12

 

Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi could be set to join the government. Her National League for Democracy (NLD) claimed to have won 44 of the 45 seats in by-elections this week. Official results are due next week.

 

Letters

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The Free Syrian Army is part of the revolution | Remploy closures then and now | Teachers’ march was so brilliant | It’s not bigoted to say abortion is last resort | Dewsbury arrest is political danger | What’s on the PM’s menu? | Petrol panic stole spotlight | Why I back the tanker drivers | Mugabe is the poor’s friend | Dinner Tories have no shame | Springsteen is a left voice | Hell and a handcart time

 

Guy Smallman: Greece – snapshots of workers' struggles

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7.4.12

 

From protests to strikes to workers’ control, resistance to austerity has become part of day to day life in Greece – Socialist Worker photojournalist Guy Smallman reports

 

Guy Smallman: Greece – snapshots of workers' struggles (2)

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7.4.12

 

From protests to strikes to workers’ control, resistance to austerity has become part of day to day life in Greece – Socialist Worker photojournalist Guy Smallman reports

 

Steve Henshall: Bolivia 1952: A glimpse of workers' power

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7.4.12

 

Sixty years after the Bolivian revolution, Steve Henshall shows how workers beat the army

 

Steve Henshall: Bolivia 1952: What did the socialists do?

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7.4.12

 

The nationalists were not the only revolutionary opposition in Bolivia.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: How Respect won in Bradford West

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7.4.12

 

George Galloway pulled off a spectacular political comeback on Thursday of last week by winning the Bradford West parliamentary by-election by a landslide.

 

Judith Orr: Thousands celebrate the Bradford result

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7.4.12

 

George Galloway’s mass victory rally on Sunday brought out 2,000 people to Infirmary Fields in the centre of Bradford.

 

Busting the myths about why Galloway stormed to victory in Bradford

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7.4.12

 

The political and media establishment have never liked George Galloway—and never understood his appeal. Since the by-election they have peddled a series of myths to deflect attention from the real reasons behind his win.

 

Greggs boss does well from Tories

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7.4.12

 

Greggs boss Ken McMeikan has been leading the opposition to the government’s pasty tax. He appeared with Sun journalists and page three models on Friday to open a new store and promote the Murdoch paper’s petition.

 

Chaz Singh: Sikhs unite against planned hanging of resistance fighter

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7.4.12

 

Across the world Sikhs have been angered by the first hanging planned by the Indian judiciary since 2004. The man due to be killed is Balwant Singh Rajoana. He readily admits his role in the 1990s armed resistance against the repression of Sikhs by the Indian state.

 

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