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8 July 2009

Arundhati Roy - politics and literature

London Literature Festival review: The London Literature Festival 2009 opened on 2 July at the Southbank Centre, with Arundhati Roy, introducing her new book Listening to grasshoppers: field notes on democracy...

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1 July 2009

Councils try to gag us

There has been much talk in the wake of the MPs' expenses scandals of the need to make politicians more accountable, extend democracy and empower people and their communities, writes James Kerr, Lewisham Socialist Party.

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5 June 2009

European elections: Putting forward a workers' alternative

London: IN SPITE of the national media news blackout on the 'No2EU-Yes to Democracy' workers' alternative in the European elections, there have been many successful public meetings held around the country, as the following reports show, writes Sarah Sachs-Eldridge.

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5 June 2009

A Question Time carve up

The producers of BBC programme Question Time on 28 May, on the European elections, had decided not to include RMT union leader Bob Crow as a panel speaker from 'No2EU - Yes to Democracy', on the grounds that it was not an important enough party...

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5 June 2009

Tiananmen Square 1989: Counter-revolution crushes China's democracy movement

ON 3-4 June 1989, Deng Xiaoping and other aged leaders of China's so-called 'communist' party, ordered 200,000 troops to crush a two-month long movement of workers and students against bureaucratic rule and for workers' democracy...

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27 May 2009

Fight for real democracy!

"A Very British Revolution," thundered the Telegraph in the aftermath of the ejection from the House of Commons of Speaker Michael Martin, the first time this has happened since 1695. Shades of 'Jacobinism'? Not if you listen to the enraged voices of the 'street', writes Peter Taaffe

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Bob Crow (RMT), Dave Nellist (Socialist Party) and Brian Denny (RMT) explain why they are supporting No2EU

Bob Crow (RMT), Dave Nellist (Socialist Party) and Brian Denny (RMT) explain why they are supporting No2EU

27 May 2009

No2EU - yes to Democracy: Who's standing and why you should vote for them

For the first time since the Labour Party became a capitalist party, there will be a trade union-backed electoral alternative on a national scale for this year's European election...

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Protest at MPs' sleaze - Vote No2EU - Yes to Democracy, photo The Socialist

Protest at MPs' sleaze - Vote No2EU - Yes to Democracy, photo The Socialist

27 May 2009

Protest at MPs' sleaze: Vote No2EU - Yes to Democracy

Bob Crow and Dave Nellist say why you should vote No2EU: The coalition that we've assembled in the last few weeks for this election is campaigning against privatisation, against low pay, against MPs' 'expenses' and the gravy train, writes Dave Nellist Socialist Party councillor, Coventry.

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27 May 2009

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13 May 2009

No2EU - Yes to Democracy campaign news

No2EU On Thursday 7 May the 'No2EU - Yes to Democracy' campaign declared its full slate of candidates for the 4 June European electon...

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13 May 2009

Wales TUC: For trade union democracy and for trade union rights!

This year's Wales TUC, meeting in Llandudno from 19-21 May, looks likely to be the last annual gathering of the conference, writes Alec Thraves, Swansea trades council delegate.

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12 May 2009

Sweep away the thieves and their system

Editorial: 'Fish rot from the head first'. The stink arising from the outright corruption, outright thievery - to give it its proper name - from the 'public purse', by the overwhelming majority of 'dis-honourable members' of the House of Commons presents a nauseating spectacle...

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11 May 2009

"We've got the BNP on the back foot"

Press release from North West NO2EU: Speaking after clashes in Carlisle on Saturday between union-based left-wing Euro-elections party No to EU - Yes to Democracy and the far-right racist British National Party, Carlisle-based No2EU - Yes to Democracy candidate Craig Johnston said:...

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Bob Crow, RMT general secretary, photo Paul Mattsson

Bob Crow, RMT general secretary, photo Paul Mattsson

29 April 2009

European elections: Build support for a workers' alternative to Labour

As convenor of No2EU - Yes to Democracy, I recently visited the Visteon factory in Basildon currently being blockaded by the sacked workforce, writes Bob Crow, General Secretary, RMT

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Sacked Stead McAlpin workers protest in Newcastle, photo B Harkness

Sacked Stead McAlpin workers protest in Newcastle, photo B Harkness

29 April 2009

Sacked workers protest in Newcastle

WORKERS AT Stead McAlpin, who were sacked and given just 15 minutes to leave the factory, brought their protest to Newcastle where they picketed John Lewis at its shop inside Eldon Square shopping centre, writes Elaine Brunskill.

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22 April 2009

No2EU - yes to democracy

NUT fringe meeting: Reflecting the interest this electoral initiative has sparked, over 70 people packed into a meeting room to hear the case for the No2EU - yes to democracy campaign...

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No2EU - Yes to Democracy press launch. Bob Crow, Brian Denny, Dave Nellist, photo Suzanne Beishon

No2EU - Yes to Democracy press launch. Bob Crow, Brian Denny, Dave Nellist, photo Suzanne Beishon

22 April 2009

European elections: a workers' alternative to New Labour takes shape

THE No2EU-Yes to Democracy electoral coalition, led by the RMT rail workers' union, took a big step forward last week when the national steering committee met to discuss the campaign's candidates for June's European elections...

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No2EU - Yes to Democracy press launch, photo Suzanne Beishon

No2EU - Yes to Democracy press launch, photo Suzanne Beishon

15 April 2009

European elections: Why No2EU?

The Socialist Party is backing the No2EU-Yes to Democracy coalition in June's European elections. The European Union's directives and rulings, enthusiastically implemented by the New Labour government, are linked to the avalanche of job losses, wage cuts and continued privatisation that we face, Clive Heemskerk explains.

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7 April 2009

EU presses for cuts in public spending

LAST WEEK'S summit of European Union (EU) finance ministers gave the British government six months to come up with plans to cut public spending...

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