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Hate the Tories? Join the strikes!

2298

 

14.4.12

 

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Tom Walker: Hate the Tories? Join the strikes!

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1

14.4.12

 

Health workers in the Unite union will strike over pensions on 10 May—and teachers in the NUT are set to strike in June.

 

Who says?

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Some quotes from this week's news

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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2

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Editorial: Syria’s two sides are not the same

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3

14.4.12

 

Even the pope has joined the calls for a ceasefire in Syria. It is being posed as the only solution to violence that the Bashar al-Assad regime has inflicted on ordinary Syrians.

 

Editorial: Getting rid of racism and injustice means tearing down the state

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There has been a slew of revelations about the casual and brutal racism that pervades the Metropolitan Police.

 

Syria: Assad won’t call off his troops

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3

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Moves to impose a Western-brokered ceasefire in Syria have collapsed after president Bashar al-Assad insisted the opposition be forced to obey the ceasefire too.

 

Bahrain: Queen’s invite to dictator

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3

14.4.12

 

The queen has invited the king of Bahrain to her Jubilee jamboree.

 

Egypt: Who will stand in election?

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Egypt’s first presidential elections since the revolution that toppled dictator Hosni Mubarak will begin on 23 May. The restrictions on who can stand are still to be decided.

 

Judith Orr: Fight the Tories on two fronts at once

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4

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The Tories are under pressure in more ways than one. They may have hoped the withdrawal of some larger trade unions from the pensions fight might have finished it off.

 

Julie Sherry: NUT backs June date for national walkout

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4

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Teachers at the NUT union’s conference voted to organise another national strike over pensions in June.

 

Unite NHS workers pick 10 May

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4

14.4.12

 

The Unite union has called for another national strike over pensions in the NHS.

 

Activists: members want a clear strategy with concrete action

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4

14.4.12

 

Trade unionists tell Socialist Worker about their hopes for further strikes

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Bradford campaign hopes to build on Galloway’s win

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5

14.4.12

 

George Galloway’s Respect party has launched its campaign for the local elections in Bradford.

 

Siân Ruddick: Preston socialist Michael Lavalette launches fight to take back his seat

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5

14.4.12

 

The victory of George Galloway in the Bradford West by-election has spurred on local election campaigns that were already on the way—and inspired some new ones.

 

Meet the Socialist Worker candidates in the May elections

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5

14.4.12

 

Socialist Worker supporters are also standing as part of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC), and as the Scottish Anti Cuts Coalition (SACC) in Scotland.

 

Sheffield: Maxine Bowler’s ‘Galloway bounce’

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5

14.4.12

 

Maxine Bowler is standing as part of the Trade Union and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) in Burngreave ward, Sheffield.

 

Nicole Colson: Rise up and defend abortion rights in the US

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6

14.4.12

 

The Republican right is on the warpath against women’s control over their bodies.

 

Dave Sewell: Left surge shakes French ruling class

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6

14.4.12

 

The streets of Toulouse in the south of France were alive with red flags and banners on Thursday of last week.

 

Siân Ruddick: Italy: One crisis follows another

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6

14.4.12

 

Mario Monti’s government in Italy is in a deepening crisis. He has watered down his flagship labour reforms, and now business leaders have slammed them.

 

Patrick Ward: Greek pensioner’s public suicide sparks outrage across the country

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6

14.4.12

 

A 77 year old pensioner shot himself dead in the main public square in Athens today, Wednesday.

 

Letters

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14.4.12

 

Remploy factories offer the only work we can get | Squatting ban will hurt homeless | Military still rules in Burma | Robert Mugabe is no friend of the masses | Defending the right to choose | Next they’ll be coming for me | Why they pick on the young | Crisis doesn’t hit the wealthy | Fund is bad for Palestinians | Workers face steep parking | School dinners to be sold off | Red letter days for Occupy

 

John Gray: Titanic: A disaster built on class

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14.4.12

 

A hundred years ago the sinking of the Titanic exposed capitalists’ contempt for ordinary people, argues historian John Gray

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim: Titanic

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3

14.4.12

 

What Socialists Say: Does Britain have a north-south divide?

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9

14.4.12

 

When the Tories proposed the idea of imposing lower regional pay on public sector workers, it hit a nerve. Many who live outside the M25 already feel marginalised by the political establishment in London. The Tories in particular are often seen as pursuing a vendetta against the supposedly more working class north.

 

Simon Basketter: Oil industry: the hands on the tap

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10

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In the wake of the petrol panic, Simon Basketter looks at how restructuring of key industries has hit workers, but also given them more power.

 

Roddy Slorach: Review: The Undateables: a look at disabled lives beyond the stereotypes

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14.4.12

 

The ads for Channel 4’s show The Undateables are crass—but the programme itself is a different matter.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Anti-racists unite to take on EDL threat in Luton

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13

14.4.12

 

Anti-fascist activists, Muslim groups, trade unionists and local councillors in Luton are banding together to see off the threat from the racist English Defence League (EDL).

 

Stop the Nazi BNP—and their fascist pals

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13

14.4.12

 

Nazi organisations are gearing up to field candidates at the local elections in England and Wales on Thursday 3 May. These include the fascist British National Party (BNP), as well as splinters and defectors from it.

 

Alan Gibson: Debates in the movement: Are volunteers the way to save our libraries?

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13

14.4.12

 

Alan Gibbons argues that volunteers are no replacement for librarians.

 

Regi Pilling: Review: New pamphlet: Time to Get Organised

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15

14.4.12

 

Time to Get Organised is a tool for all workers, whether in public or private sector workplaces.

 

Siân Ruddick: Racism scandals engulf the police

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16

14.4.12

 

The past week has seen a series of racism scandals hit the Metropolitan Police. It has nailed the lie peddled by politicians that the police are no longer institutionally racist.

 

Yuri Prasad: Why are police officers so prone to bigotry?

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14.4.12

 

The racism scandal sweeping the police has smashed the notion that bullying and bigotry are confined to a small number of rogue officers.

 

Sadie Robinson: Anger as Florida authorities refuse jury hearing in Trayvon Martin case

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14.4.12

 

There will be no jury hearing to decide whether George Zimmerman, the man who shot black teenager Trayvon Martin in February, should face charges.

 

Nick Grant: Teachers push to join May pensions strikes

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14.4.12

 

The NUT teachers’ union will meet in two weeks’ time to discuss further strikes over pensions.

 

Ken Olende: Ahmed Ben Bella: 1918-2012

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14.4.12

 

Ahmed Ben Bella became the first president of independent Algeria, after leading the struggle against the brutal rule of French colonialism.

 

Patrick Ward: Black unemployment worse in Britain than US, report shows

2298

 

14.4.12

 

Today, some 56 percent of young black men in Britain are without work—up from 29 percent in 2008.

 

Patrick Ward: Cops pledge CCTV in police vans after campaign

2298

 

14.4.12

 

London’s Metropolitan Police commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe has announced his intention to install CCTV cameras in all police cars and vans. This has been a demand of the families of those who have died in police custody for many years.

 

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