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Militant newspaper 21 April 1989 issue 941, on the Hillsborough disaster

Militant newspaper 21 April 1989 issue 941, on the Hillsborough disaster

19 September 2012

Hillsborough disaster: Truth is out, now justice

The Hillsborough Independent Panel report has ripped aside the tangled web of lies and cover-up woven by the South Yorkshire Police, the government and the lickspittles in the press who denigrated Liverpool and the victims of the man-made catastrophe in 1989 that was Hillsborough.
writes Tony Mulhearn, former socialist councillor, Liverpool.

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Militant newspaper, 21 April 1989 issue 941

13 September 2012

Hillsborough - eventually, the truth

The report of the Hillsborough Independent Panel has ripped aside the tangled web of lies and cover-up woven by the South Yorkshire police, the government and the army of lickspittles in the press who denigrated Liverpool and the victims of the man-made catastrophe in 1989 that was Hillsborough, writes Tony Mulhearn

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12 September 2012

The shame of sexism in sport

The 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games showed women's sport at its best. For Britain, there were stunning performances from Jess Ennis, Eleanor Summers and many others...

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22 August 2012

The Olympics: Sport for all, or just for the elite?

The Olympics were enthusiastically enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people. But estimates are that a medal won by Team GB at the London 2012 Games cost an average of just over 4.5 million from government...

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London Olympics opening ceremony

London Olympics opening ceremony

8 August 2012

Views on the Olympics and the opening ceremony

The reaction of the right wing to the Olympics opening ceremony says it all. It was attacked in a racist, reactionary, anti-working class article in the Daily Mail (later taken down from the paper's website...

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8 August 2012

Portsmouth fans fight to save Fratton Park

"We will never die!" was the chant which echoed down the line as fans marched to save Portsmouth football club from closure...

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3 August 2012

Transport 'customer experience' staff still fighting for Olympics bonus

RMT union members in Transport for London (TfL) "Customer Experience" centres held their second day of strike action on Friday 3 August to fight for an Olympics recognition reward

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Cardiff  protesters against big business 'takeover' at start of Olympics, 25.7.12, photo by Dave Reid

26 July 2012

YFJ protests against big business takeover of Cardiff

The 2012 Olympic games opened in Cardiff and anti-cuts campaigners were there to oppose the big business jamboree at a time when public services are being cut

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Hackney bus workers stopped the busses on the 22 June 2012 London-wide bus strike , photo Paul Mattsson

25 July 2012

Olympic victory for London bus workers

London bus workers have voted to accept the Olympics bonus deal offered by all companies operating Transport for London routes.

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25 July 2012

TV review: "What have the Olympics done for me?"

BBC Three's Free Speech series recently held a discussion on the Olympic Games. The main topic was on the question "what have the Olympics done for me?", writes Paul Callanan, Youth Fight for Jobs national organiser.

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25 July 2012

Pre-emptive arrests: "straight out of 1984"

Straight out of 1984, on the morning of last year's Royal Wedding, protesters were pre-emptively arrested by the London Met police to prevent them organising anti-monarchy political activity or attending republican festivities on the day, writes Ian Pattison, East London Socialist Party.

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25 July 2012

Olympic Watch

Slum living: One toilet between 25, one shower between 75, overcrowding and leaking roofs - these are the conditions facing the cleaners employed at the Olympic site...

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Youth Fight for Jobs 'Austerity Games', 23.7.12, photo Paul Mattsson

24 July 2012

Austerity Games highlights plight of young people

As the world's eyes focus on the Olympics, young people from across the country arrived on Hackney Marshes, east London, to compete in the alternative Austerity Games.

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24 July 2012

Support PCS Home Office group in battle against cuts

PCS and the Home Office group in particular are being attacked in relation to their possible strike this week...

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TUSC campaigning at the Olympic Park during the London Assembly elections 2012, photo London Socialist Party

Protest at the Olympic Park

18 July 2012

Olympics: The greatest sporting, and money-making, show on earth

World records will not be the only things broken at this year's Olympic and Paralympic games. Promises for a lasting legacy - affordable housing, decent jobs, increased sports participation, and the rest - are being broken, too.

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Westfield Stratford: Olympic Park security measures in operation

Westfield Stratford: Olympic Park security measures in operation

18 July 2012

Olympics G4S scandal shows failure of privatisation

The government's insistence on outsourcing the Olympic Games security to private company G4S has backfired spectacularly...

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18 July 2012

Olympic-watch

Exploitation: Olympics sponsor Adidas, whose workers make the uniforms for Britain's Olympics Team, is being investigated by the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (Locog) after it emerged that it pays its garment workers in Cambodia 10.00 for working a 48 hour week, writes Dave Younger.

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18 July 2012

Bosses bank in on corporate olympics - we get austerity!

A staggering 24 billion is expected to be spent on the Olympic Games, but young people face little enjoyment and no long term benefit from this costly outlay, writes Suzanne Beishon, London organiser, Youth Fight for Jobs and Education.

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11 July 2012

Workplace news in brief

GMB members working for Remploy have voted 80% for strike action and nearly 90% for action short of strike, to stop factory closures and defend jobs, writes Remploy strike vote.

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11 July 2012

Minimum wage, minimum security

As a young unemployed person living in East London the Olympics were painted as a brilliant chance for me to find work, not only within the Olympic park but also in other businesses in the surrounding areas...

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