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Barnet council workers protest at plans to cut services and run a 'no frills' council, photo Suzanne Beishon

Barnet council workers protest at plans to cut services and run a 'no frills' council, photo Suzanne Beishon

29 September 2010

We need action against the cuts... and a socialist political alternative

Almost every report of Tory chancellor George Osborne's impending cuts assumes that "of course, everyone knows cuts are necessary", writes Dave Nellist, Socialist Party councillor, Chair, Campaign for a New Workers' Party.

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15 September 2010

Nottinghamshire: Campaign saves vital service

A CAMPAIGN group has been fighting to save The Big House, in Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire, which provided short-term respite care for families of young people with very challenging behaviour and learning difficulties, writes Karen Seymour.

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Trade union backed Save the Welfare State and Public Services demo, called by the National Pensioners Convention , photo Paul Mattsson

Save the Welfare State and Public Services demo, pic Paul Mattsson

19 May 2010

Action needed to save our services

The budget deficit grew by over 400% after the bank bailouts, but instead of clawing money back from the banksters, the new Cabinet will spell out in detail where its axe will fall on public services, meaning enormous suffering for the mass of the population...

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Jobs not dole, photo Paul Mattsson

Jobs not dole, photo Paul Mattsson

12 May 2010

MPs and party leaders haggling over their jobs... preparing to cut ours!

In the general election, none of the three main parties managed to get the votes of even a quarter of the total number of people registered to vote, writes Judy Beishon.

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12 May 2010

Scotland: Meetings show enthusiasm for socialism

All four areas where CWI members stood as Scottish Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (STUSC) candidates have reported a friendly and sympathetic response to the central theme of our campaign; no cuts in public services, public ownership not privatisation, and that the bankers and bosses should...

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5 May 2010

Swansea Trade Union Council anti-cuts demo

Up to 200 trade unionists, young people and community campaigners marched in Swansea today against the Lib Dem councils cuts...

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Biofuels demo in Beckton, photo Paul Mattsson

Biofuels demo in Beckton, photo Paul Mattsson

27 April 2010

Housing in crisis: Bankers rob people

A QUARTER of all households - in owned or rented accommodation - say that worry over housing costs is causing them stress or depression, says a survey by housing charity Shelter, writes Keith Richardson.

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17 March 2010

Iceland: 93% reject bankers' bailout

Interview with Skúli Jón Kristinsson, CWI Iceland We have seen recently some angry protests and demonstrations on the streets of Reykjavik. What is this "parliament of the street"?...

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3 March 2010

The fairytale world of RBS

Comment: IMAGINE WORKERS raiding their firm's safe every week to bet on horses. They stick the money, plus any winnings, back in the safe but keep a large cut for themselves. Now, imagine the workers betting most...

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17 February 2010

Fast news

It's all for the best: THE NUMBER of housing repossessions for 2009 was the highest since 1995. Some 46,000 homes were repossessed last year, an increase of 6,000 on the total for 2008. In addition, 188,300 homeowners were in...

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Youth Fight for Jobs campaign against unemployment - marching in Barking

Youth Fight for Jobs campaign against unemployment - marching in Barking

27 January 2010

Bonuses for bankers but recession for workers

My new year's resolution was to stop watching TV. This is not for health reasons but because I can't afford to buy a new one if I kick it in while watching the news! Who hasn't wanted to do that recently?

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27 January 2010

Outrage against bankers spurs Obama on

Editorial: "If these folks want a fight, it's a fight I'm ready to have," were the stirring words of US president Barack Obama when he announced plans to curb the major US banks...

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19 January 2010

Haitians abandoned, bankers rewarded

Fight for a socialist world While desperate survivors in Haiti's destroyed capital of Port-au-Prince tried to find food, water and shelter, US secretary of state Hillary Clinton breezed into the main airport for a photo opportunity, diverting aid relief flights which included a field hospital from the charity Médecins Sans Frontières, writes Dave Carr.

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13 January 2010

Iceland debt crisis: Make the 'dirt bags' pay!

ATTEMPTS TO make Iceland's population of 320,000 pay £11,000 each to bail out the bankers, has run into the buffers, writes John Sharpe.

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12 January 2010

Protest against bankers' bonuses

Protest against bankers' bonuses

City of London
20 January 5pm.

See for more details or call 020 8558 7947

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6 January 2010

Fast news

Killing spree: TRIGGER HAPPY 'security guards' employed by the US company Blackwater have walked free from a US court where they faced manslaughter charges - accused of killing 17 Iraqi civilians in Baghdad in September 2007...

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6 January 2010

Raging against the machine...

Comment: IT WAS great to see the anti-capitalist band Rage Against the Machine make Christmas No.1 against X Factor winner Joe McElderry, writes Dan Crowter, Coventry.

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Corus workers protest, photo Paul Mattsson

Corus workers protest, photo Paul Mattsson

9 December 2009

Socialist nationalisation - the only way to save manufacturing jobs and end the bank bonus scandal

Editorial: The year 2009 is ending as it began. Thousands of workers are losing their jobs in factory closures while bankers rescued by government intervention and money from working class taxpayers continue to rake...

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Corus steel workers on the Unite jobs demonstration in Birmingham, photo Paul Mattsson

Corus steel workers on the Unite jobs demonstration in Birmingham, photo Paul Mattsson

9 December 2009

Corus steel closure: 'Bail out our jobs, not greedy bankers'

Workers in Teesside are shocked and outraged at the news that the Corus steel plant in Redcar is to close by the end of January, with the loss of 1,700 jobs, writes Ed Hamilton, Teesside Socialist Party.

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9 December 2009

Fast news

Poverty report: Talk is cheap, especially if you happen to be the PM, Gordon Brown. For all the Labour government's spin on tackling poverty, it has actually been rising since 2004 according to an authoritative study...

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