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11 July 2012

The politics of fighting the racist EDL

"We Are Waltham Forest" campaigning group has been meeting regularly since it was discovered that the English Defence League is planning a march in Walthamstow on Saturday 18 August

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14 December 2011

Building bosses and their blacklist

For years, many builders suspected that contractors operated a 'blacklist' of troublemakers to ensure they did not end up with any union activists on their sites, writes Dan Gillman.

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17 June 2011

All out together on June 30th and after?

Members of the NSSN and the Socialist Party argue for the maximum possible pressure to be put on the leaders of those public sector unions yet to commit to coordinated strike action, to build for the June 30 rallies and to initiate their own strike ballots

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18 May 2011

The NSSN, the anti-cuts struggle and the Trade Unions

63) This is one indication of the social war that is in its first stages in Britain. The first large front in this war will be on the issue of the cuts...

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15 April 2011

NSSN anti-cuts strategy vindicated

In January, the SWP opposed the setting up of an anti-cuts campaign by the National Shop Stewards Network partly on the grounds that they had set up the Right to Work (RtW) campaign. A recent letter by RtW secretary Chris Bambery, in which he resigns from the SWP, vindicates the decision that the NSSN took

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2 March 2011

Anti-cuts demonstrations - London Socialist Party refutes accusations from SWP

All over the country council chambers are under siege. Budget-setting meetings are being barraged by angry workers and service users

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National Shop Stewards Network anti-cuts conference, photo Paul Mattsson

National Shop Stewards Network anti-cuts conference, photo Paul Mattsson

26 January 2011

NSSN anti-cuts campaign launched

Nearly 600 people, mostly workers with elected positions in trade union branches, trades councils, workplaces and anti-cuts alliances, filled a hall in Camden on Saturday 22 January for the special anti-cuts conference of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN).

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National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) lobby of TUC congress 2010, photo Suleyman Civi

National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) lobby of TUC congress 2010, photo Suleyman Civi

12 January 2011

NSSN debate: The way forward for the anti-cuts movement

ONE ISSUE dominates all others for the workers' movement now and for the foreseeable future - how to defeat the avalanche of cuts and tax rises that is engulfing us, writes Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary.

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A public sector union banner (PCS) on student demonstration protesting outside parliament on Day X as tuition fees debated, photo by Suzanne Beishon

Public sector workers join students

17 December 2010

SWP argues for 200 mile divide between students and workers

One of the key questions facing the education movement is how it relates to workers, trade unions and the wider anti-cuts movement as a whole, writes Ben Robinson, Chair, Youth Fight for Jobs.

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NSSN  lobby of TUC, Manchester 2010, photo Suleyman Civi

NSSN lobby of TUC

15 December 2010

National Shop Stewards Network

Majority reply to an attack:

Following a critical email circulated by NSSN officer Dave Chapple, this reply has been sent to NSSN supporters and those outside of the NSSN who have had Dave's email, to respond and give our side of the story...

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Unite workers protest, photo Paul Mattsson

Unite workers protest, photo Paul Mattsson

1 December 2010

Unity - but not unity of the graveyard

Editorial On 27 November 100,000 workers took to the streets in Ireland in a gigantic show of opposition to the cuts raining down on them.
At this stage it is young people who have taken the lead with the magnificent students' strikes, but there is also growing determination among trade unionists to wage an intransigent struggle to defeat the government.

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National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) lobby of TUC conference in Manchester 2010, photo Suleyman Civi

National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) lobby of TUC conference in Manchester 2010, photo Suleyman Civi

6 October 2010

National Shop Stewards Network and the struggle against Con-Dem attacks

As the day nears - 20 October - when the details of the Con-Dem government's next attacks on the working class are revealed, so also does discussion within the labour movement intensify on how best to resist them...

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26 May 2010

Support BA Cabin Crew

On Monday 24 May strikers' red flags could be seen flying around Heathrow, but the same could not be said for a lot of BA planes as cabin crew began their latest strike action...

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22 May 2010

Mistaken occupation of British Airways talks (Updated)

The decision by the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) members, at the end of the Right to Work conference, to occupy the talks between British Airways management and Unite was completely mistaken...

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10 March 2010

National Shop Stewards Network: For undivided rank and file organisation

The steering committee of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) met recently and discussed a number of important issues, including preparing for the national conference on 26 June, writes Bill Mullins.

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13 November 2009

Anti-fascists tactics - What happened in Newport?

ON 24 October, Newport Communities Against Racism (NCAR) organised a rally of 600 local people against the far-right English/Welsh Defence League (E/WDL) that shut the League out of Newport...

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24 June 2009

Reply to SWP open letter: Workers' party must be built

A reply to 'An open letter to the left from the Socialist Workers Party'.

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Public meeting on lessons of the Lindsey oil refinery strike with Keith Gibson (speaking) and Jerry Hicks, photo Paul Mattsson

Public meeting on lessons of the Lindsey oil refinery strike with Keith Gibson (speaking) and Jerry Hicks, photo Paul Mattsson

15 April 2009

Deceptive denigration of Lindsey strike

The strike by the Lindsey oil refinery construction workers at the end of January and beginning of February was an inspirational struggle against the 'race to the bottom'...

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21 January 2009

What's going on? The meanderings of a comic mind in confusion, by Mark Steel

Mark Steel at Socialism 2008, photo Paul Mattsson

Mark Steel at Socialism 2008, photo Paul Mattsson

Mark Steel was one of the new wave of political ('alternative') comedians who emerged in the late 1970s and early 1980s, writes Ken Douglas.

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10 December 2008

Socialism and left unity - a critique of the Socialist Workers Party

Socialism and Left Unity

Socialism and Left Unity

Book review: When people first become interested in socialism they often ask: "Why are there different socialist groups? Why can't we just get together and fight the common enemy?"

This desire for unity is understandable and very important because of the need to build a strong left-wing alternative, and a new mass workers' party in particular, especially now that the economic crisis is exposing the failings of capitalism to many more people.

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