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The Socialist issue 316: End The Occupation

The Socialist issue 316

27 September 2003

spotIraq: Imperialism’s Quagmire

THIS WEEKEND will see, in many countries, hundreds of thousands of people taking part in mass protests against the continuing military occupation of Iraq by the US and Britain…

spotFighting The BNP In Stoke

In the Abbey Green council by-election in Stoke-on-Trent on 18 September New Labour regained a seat from the Independents. They beat the BNP into second place but only by 60 votes on a 26% turnout, writes Andy Bentley, Stoke Socialist Party.

spotSolidarity With The Day X Protesters

No Disciplinary Action, No Jailings: ON THE day the war on Iraq began (Day X) tens, or maybe even hundreds, of thousands of school and college students left their classrooms and took to the streets…

spotAnti-bin tax protesters Jailed for defending the poor

SOCIALIST PARTY TD (MP) Joe Higgins and councillor Clare Daly have been sent to Mountjoy Prison, Dublin for one month. Their ‘crime’ is defending the poor in the fight against the bin tax…

spotBlair Hit By Anger And Disillusionment

THE LOSS of the Brent East by-election is more than a mid-term blip for New Labour. The Labour majority of 13,047 in the general election was wiped out in its first parliamentary by-election defeat in…

spotWhy The Anti-War Movement Needs A New Party

THIS SATURDAY tens of thousands will march through the streets of London against the occupation of Iraq, writes Hannah Sell.

spotRenewed Bloodshed As Palestinian State Becomes Distant Prospect

THE DEMISE of the US-promoted ‘road map’ for a resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, has brought with it the return of daily bloodshed, writes Judy Beishon.


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