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Police on student demonstration - hundreds of protesters have been injured by police violence, photo Senan

Police on student demonstration - hundreds of protesters have been injured by police violence, photo Senan

5 October 2011

Right to protest under attack

What is happening to the democratic and civil liberties won over generations by working class people? In Britain, governments have used some of the repressive methods of totalitarian states

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Opposition in Kazakhstan

Opposition in Kazakhstan

21 September 2011

Kazakhstan: Dictatorial regime threatens socialist activists

"Kurmanov to be jailed?" is the headline emblazoned on the front page of Vzglyad, a business newspaper in Kazakhstan

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Firefighters in Tottenham, August 2011, photo Paul Mattsson, photo Paul Mattsson

Firefighters in Tottenham, August 2011, photo Paul Mattsson, photo Paul Mattsson

16 August 2011

Con-Dems to blame for anger of youth - mass, trade union-led workers' response needed

The four days of riots that followed the shooting dead of Mark Duggan by the police in Tottenham sent a massive shock wave across the country

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100,000 strong demonstration calling for an end to the war in the north of Sri Lanka , photo Paul Mattsson

100,000 strong demonstration calling for an end to the war in the north of Sri Lanka , photo Paul Mattsson

11 May 2011

UN report on Sri Lanka war crimes

How can justice and democratic rights be secured?: A United Nations (UN) report published on 29 April on the final phase of Sri Lanka's civil war in 2009 reveals "credible allegations" of war crimes perpetrated by the ruling regime of president Mahinda Rajapaksa...

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11 May 2011

Con-Dems put squeeze on democratic rights

Documentary photographer Marc Vallée recently debated new emergency counter-terrorism stop and search powers on Radio 4's Today programme with chief constable Andy Trotter of the Association of Chief Police Officers...

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20 April 2011

Lid blown off Met's kettle

The high court has ruled that thousands of peaceful protesters at the G20 summit protest in central London in April 2009 were unlawfully contained - "kettled" - by police...

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Protests in Libya

Protests in Libya

22 February 2011

Region-wide revolution of the Arab people

"Ten days that shook the world" (Guardian). From Tunisia, to Egypt, to Bahrain, to Libya, to Yemen, to Djibouti and Morocco, the revolution that was sparked by the self-immolation of the desperate and heroic street seller in Tunisia has erupted throughout the Middle East. An edited version of this article appeared in The Socialist newspaper.

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Socialism Today March 2011,  Cartoon by Suz

17 February 2011

Where now for the Egyptian revolution?

Following hot on the heels of revolutionary events in Tunisia, the Egyptian masses took to the streets during 18 tumultuous days. PETER TAAFFE assesses the current critical situation and possible developments in Socialism Today magazine.

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Egypt: protestors battle with Mubarak supporting state thugs for possession of the streets while the army watches

Egypt: protestors battle with Mubarak supporting state thugs for possession of the streets while the army watches

2 February 2011

Egypt in revolt

Workers and young people in Britain and across the world are watching events in Egypt closely. The revolt against mass unemployment, grinding poverty and corrupt dictatorship, which started last month...

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Egypt: masses arise

Egypt: masses arise

31 January 2011

Egypt: Mass revolt forces Mubarak regime to brink

Hundreds of thousands remain on streets defying repression - For an indefinite general strike!
Mubarak's rotten regime is tottering on the brink. Six days of mass protests have grown into a nation-wide revolutionary wave of defiance.

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Tunisians defied the repressive forces of the state to overthrow the dictator, president  Ben Ali

Tunisians defied the repressive forces of the state to overthrow the dictator, president Ben Ali

19 January 2011

Tunisia in revolt

WIDESPREAD PROTESTS over unemployment, high food prices and a lack of democratic rights has resulted in a popular uprising in Tunisia and the overthrow of its hated dictator, president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali.
Chahid Gashir, a member of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI), reports on the uprising, its international impact and what programme is necessary to take the revolution forward.

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Police on student demonstration - hundreds of protesters have been injured by police violence, photo Senan

Police on student demonstration - hundreds of protesters have been injured by police violence, photo Senan

19 January 2011

Student receives draconian sentence

Youth Democratic Rights Campaign: Edward Woollard, the student protester who has admitted dropping a fire extinguisher from the roof of the Tory Party HQ on 10 November 2010, has been handed a 32-month jail sentence, writes Claire Laker Mansfield, Socialist Students.

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15 December 2010

Youth democratic rights campaign: defend all victimised protesters

Ian Pattison, Leeds University Against Cuts press officer and Socialist Students National Chair, was recently told by police that he had 'legal responsibilities' and 'personal liabilities' for a demonstration on 8 December through Leeds city centre...

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Police kettled students, photo by Suzanne Beishon

Police kettled students, photo by Suzanne Beishon

9 December 2010

Youth Democratic Rights Campaign to kettle Scotland Yard on 11th December

Press release from Youth Fight for Jobs: After today's use of violence by the police against peaceful demonstrators in London and use of intimidatory tactics, Youth Fight for Jobs is launching a Youth Democratic Rights campaign...

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29 September 2010

Defend students' democratic rights

With the Con-Dem coalition's brutal attacks on young people already in the pipeline, the need for democratic, fighting student unions has never been greater, writes Claire Laker Mansfield, Socialist Students national organiser.

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5 March 2010

Police clampdown on democratic rights of anti-EDL protesters (updated)

Updated 3.41pm: Peaceful anti-racist protestors and passers-by arrested outside parliament: Twenty people were arrested by the police outside the houses of parliament. They were detained in St James Gardens by the police for no reason, in a clampdown on democratic rights, but have now been released.

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12 February 2010

15 cabin crew 'suspended by BA management '

According to the BBC, 15 members of cabin crew have been suspended by BA management for allegedly making 'inappropriate' comments about the company on social networking sites...

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19 January 2010

Non jury trials undermine democratic rights

THE FIRST crown court non-jury criminal trial in England and Wales has begun, marking a serious departure from a fundamental principle of justice, writes Ray Burr.

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24 June 2009

The guns fall silent - but no peace for Tamils

OVER 70,000 mainly Tamil demonstrators marched through London on 20 June, angered by the continued misery of the Tamil people following the Sri Lankan government's military defeat of the LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam).

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One million protest in Iran

One million protest in Iran

17 June 2009

Iran - mass protests erupt

Mass demonstrations have erupted in Iran in protest at the apparent rigging of the presidential elections by the Mahmoud Ahmadinejad regime.

According to reports over one million people have demonstrated in the capital Tehran and over a dozen have been killed in clashes with the police and hated Basij militia. writes Tony Saunois, CWI.

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