Reports and Campaigns
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27 July 2009
Press release: Four members of the public sector union Unison were last week banned from holding positions in their union following two years of investigations and hearings...
22 July 2009
ON 11 July, over 100 people marched through Lincoln city centre to oppose racism and the far-right British National Party (BNP).
24 June 2009
THE SOCIALIST Party in Northern Ireland (part of the Committee for a Workers' International) has played a central role in organising protests to oppose a spate of racist attacks on Romanian families living in Belfast, writes Socialist Party members, Northern Ireland.
17 June 2009
THE FAR-right, racist BNP's success in narrowly getting two members elected to the European parliament has horrified millions, writes Hannah Sell.
13 May 2009
The construction workers' demonstration outside the Olympics site on Wednesday 6 May showed the effectiveness of different ideas and approaches within the workers' movement, writes Greg Maughan.
6 May 2009
In the 2004 European elections the far-right, racist British National Party (BNP) received 800,000 votes. This time there is a real danger that it will succeed in getting members elected to the European Parliament.
Hannah Sell examines the processes behind this development, and the role of the NO2EU - Yes to Democracy campaign in stopping the BNP.
17 March 2009
Activistís witch hunted by union leaders
4 February 2009
The 70 construction workers picketing Fiddlers Ferry power station, Widnes, were clear about the reasons for the action, writes Christian Bunke and Andy Ford.
28 January 2009
As four Socialist Party members defend themselves against the ridiculous and malicious allegation that they "gave racist offence to members" by disstributing a leaflet at Unison conference bearing the Three Wise Monkeys symbol, disturbing evidence has emerged that the right wing leadership of the union has relied on a racist to pursue their witch-hunt in one case.
28 January 2009
ON SATURDAY 31 January, hundreds of people will be protesting against the British National Party (BNP) in Liverpool, writes Hugh Caffrey.
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