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12 May 2010

Anti-Tory mood dominated in Stoke during 2010 election

"Tonight I thought I was coming to an academic debate about the miners' strike. I didn't realise the burning hatred that is still felt in this area for what Thatcher and the Tories did". These were...

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PCS banner - Official Dispute, photo Andrew McCoy

Battles against cuts expected sooner or later

7 May 2010

Electoral deadlock: all capitalist parties 'losers'

In the issue of The Socialist published immediately before the general election, we wrote: "The British electoral system - famed throughout the world for ensuring 'stability' - now acts like a slot machine with the outcome highly uncertain." writes Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary.

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Youth Fight For Jobs march 2 April 2009, photo Paul Mattsson

Youth Fight For Jobs march 2 April 2009, photo Paul Mattsson

21 April 2010

Why the BNP offers no way forward for working class people

Jobs and homes - not racism: In last year's European elections the British National Party (BNP) got just under a million votes, 6.4% of the total votes cast...

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21 April 2010

Anti-BNP protest

On 15 April the BNP held a demonstration outside the Home Office in Croydon under the slogan 'Britain is Full Up', writes Neil Cafferky.

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18 April 2010

Socialists: Fighting back! Environment, War, Racism

Ordinary people have not just accepted the bosses' attacks lying down. Last year cleaners in the HQ of a City broker formed a trade union and fought a successful battle for a pay rise from the minimum...

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1 April 2010

Developing a strategy to defeat the far-right

Nottingham: ON 27 March a conference in Nottingham, called by Nottingham Unity Committee, brought together delegates from several independent anti-racist and anti-fascist groups as well as trades union organisations from around the country, writes Steve Score.

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24 March 2010

Nottingham anti-EDL anti-BNP conference

This conference has been called by Nottingham Unity committee, a group of anti-racist, anti-fascist trade unionists and community activists...

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The state, cartoon by Alan Hardman, photo Alan Hardman

The state, cartoon by Alan Hardman, photo Alan Hardman

17 March 2010

State infiltration - a warning to the workers' movement

Last Sunday's Observer (14 March 2010) led with a scurrilous 'exposť' of how "an officer from a secretive unit of the Metropolitan police" was "working undercover among anti-racist groups in Britain, during which he routinely engaged in violence against members of the public and uniformed policemen... "

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Barking Youth Fight for Jobs demo, photo Paul Mattsson

Barking Youth Fight for Jobs demo, photo Paul Mattsson

17 March 2010

Youth Fight for Jobs day of action

On Saturday 13 March Youth Fight for Jobs organised demonstrations and campaigning activity against youth unemployment, cuts in education and the racist BNP in Manchester, Barking in East London and Yorkshire...

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15 March 2010

Letter to The Observer: 'I remember Officer A well'

Dear Sir: As an activist with Youth Against Racism in Europe and Militant Labour in London in the mid-90s, and now with Militant's successor, the Socialist Party, I remember "Officer A" (your cover story, 14 March) well...

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14 March 2010

Video: Successful Youth Fight for Jobs demo in Barking, London

1 million young people. That's one in five of us who can't get a job, can't get into education. Bankers and the bosses, who caused the crisis in the economy, have been looked after by the government.

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Police attack demonstration

14 March 2010

Youth Against Racism in Europe answers disgraceful Observer 'expose'

The disgraceful article in the Observer (14 March 2010) claims to 'expose' how "an officer from a secretive unit of the Metropolitan police" was "working undercover among anti-racist groups". Lois Austin and Hannah Sell reply...

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10 March 2010

Tower Block of Commons

Review: The ivory tower of Westminster politics has seldom looked as far from the struggles of everyday life as it did in Channel 4's 'Tower House of Commons', where four MPs spent eight days living in Britain's most deprived council estates, displaying naivety, dismay, but most of all, a gaping chasm i, writes Ben Norman.

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24 February 2010

How can the racist BNP be defeated?

UAF conference shows debate needed: Thousands of pounds of trade union members' money is given to campaigns such as Unite Against Fascism (UAF) and Hope Not Hate every year to help combat the rise of far-right, racist groups like the British National Party (BNP), writes A GMB member.

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17 February 2010

BNP's phoney changes

THE FAR-RIGHT British National Party (BNP) has amended part of its constitution to allow non-white people to join, writes Naomi Byron.

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3 February 2010

Bob Crow launches Portsmouth TUSC

"Every victory we've won since the war is up for grabs." That was the rallying call from RMT general secretary Bob Crow as he launched the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) general election campaign in Portsmouth North by outlining the need to defend jobs, homes and services from the, writes Ben Norman, Socialist Party Portsmouth.

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27 January 2010

Far right thugs invade Stoke

FOR A few hours on Saturday 23 January areas of Stoke-on-Trent city centre were turned into a battleground as English Defence League supporters fought with police and at times among themselves...

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27 January 2010

Unison black members reject witch-hunt

"Unless Mr Kasab and his colleagues are punished, black Unison members can have no confidence in the union fighting racism." These were the words of the Unison national officer who acted as the prosecution in the union's case against four Socialist Party members, writes A Unison member.

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Youth Fight for Jobs, photo Sarah Mayo

Youth Fight for Jobs, photo Sarah Mayo

19 January 2010

Youth Fight for Jobs - demonstrate on 13 March

Barking in east London is a deprived area by most measures, consistently facing attacks on services, jobs and homes, writes Suzanne Beishon, Youth Fight for Jobs, London organiser.

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Youth Fight for Jobs demonstration 28 November 2009, photo Dave Carr

Youth Fight for Jobs demonstration 28 November 2009, photo Dave Carr

9 December 2009

Youth Fight for Jobs organises demo in Barking

The London borough of Barking and Dagenham is an area particularly blighted by capitalism's failure...

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