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6 December 2002

spotFirefighters Must Stand Firm

THE DECISION by the FBU executive to cancel their next eight-day strike and to enter discussions with ACAS has been seized on by the right-wing press, writes For the full £30k without strings.

6 December 2002

spotStop This War For Oil

GORDON BROWN, Chancellor of the Exchequer, in his budget statement set aside £1 billion to wage war on Iraq. Some analysts put the true cost of war at £5 billion

6 December 2002

spotKenya bombing: Terrorism and state terrorism

WHILE THE US and British governments relentlessly prepare to attack Iraq as part of their 'war on terrorism', a suspected al-Qa'ida cell blew up a hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, packed with Israeli tourists, writes Dave Carr.

6 December 2002

spot'Modernisation': Saving Money Not Saving Lives

THE FIREFIGHTERS' union has called off the next planned strike to go into 'exploratory talks' brokered by ACAS

6 December 2002

spotStop Funding Blair: Time for a new workers' party

ON PICKET lines all over the country firefighters have been asking why the unions continue to finance New Labour, writes Christine Thomas.

13 December 2002

spotBlair's War on Public services

Fire, Education, NHS...: TONY BLAIR says that his government faces its "most testing time" yet. He knows he's on a collision course with the trade unions - and with most people in Britain - over his plans to dismantle public

13 December 2002

spotThe Sleazy Blairs

CHERIE BLAIR has had to admit that the Blairs hired a conman to help them buy two flats in Bristol, cut-price, for their son Euan who was studying at University

13 December 2002

spotFor A Socialist Alternative To War

IRAQ HAS produced a 12,000 page document to the UN denying that it has any weapons of mass destruction

13 December 2002

spotFirefighters Are Determined To Win

FIREFIGHTERS HAVE had mixed feelings about talks at ACAS. While many welcomed them, there is also scepticism about whether they will actually deliver

13 December 2002

spotFees Headache For New Labour

AS THOUSANDS of students marched through central London against fees, Tony Blair announced that he had ruled out the introduction of up-front top-up fees

13 December 2002

spotVenezuela: The Great Oil Class War

VENEZUELA IS in political crisis as US-backed opponents of populist President Hugo Chavez continued a national strike to remove him, writes Dave Carr.

13 December 2002

spotPartnerships Bill: End All Discriminatory Laws

FOR YEARS gay rights campaigners have been calling for lesbian and gay couples to be able to register their partnerships, writes Greg Randall.

13 December 2002

spotTolerating prostitution?

MSP MARGO McDonald's controversial Bill to create "Tolerance Zones" for prostitutes in Scotland has divided politicians, councils and women's organisations across Scotland, writes Sinead Daly.

13 December 2002

spotBuilding The Forces Of Socialism Internationally

THIS INITIAL article contains examples of the work being done in some of the CWI sections as reported in the session 'Building the CWI'

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