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The Socialist issue 398: Take to the streets!

The Socialist issue 398

23 June 2005


spotTake to the streets! Join the g8 protests

ISR on the march against the war on Iraq 2005

ON 2 July this year tens of thousands of people will march through the streets of Edinburgh to protest at the G8 summit.


spotInternational youth camp

International Socialist Resistance

We have booked a 4-star campsite in Strathclyde National Park with toilets, hot showers and cooking facilities…


spotG8 forces occupy Sheffield

They came to the G8 in-Justice Ministers meeting in Sheffield on 15-17 June from all over the country…


spotSummit rows intensify EU crisis

THE FAILURE of the EU summit marked a deepening of the crises of the European ruling classes…


spotHow imperialism condemns millions to poverty

Crisis in Africa: THE RUN-UP to the G8 summit in Gleneagles has seen repeated attempts by Blair, and his would-be successor Brown, to jump onto the various "make poverty history" campaigns…


spotEducation for the millions, not the millionaires!

No to Blair’s academies: NEW LABOUR’S ‘flagship’ City Academies, schools run by millionaires and private institutions but paid for overwhelmingly by us, are in disarray…


spotLeadership’s wishful thinking at UNISON conference

UNISON’S ANNUAL conference, taking place in Glasgow so soon after Labour has returned to power, is as you would expect, full of self-congratulation by the union leadership…


spotFighting the union-busters at Asda/Wal-Mart

PROBLEMS FACED by GMB members in Asda/Wal-Mart distribution depots in the north-west seem to be coming to a head at the Ince, Wigan depot…


spotMake Homophobia and Capitalism History!

THIS IS the Socialist Party Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) group message at this year’s Pride…


spotPakistan Telecom workers’ strike ends but opposition to privatisation continues

FOLLOWING ALMOST three weeks of struggle against privatisation most Pakistan Telecommunication (PTCL) workers have returned to work…


spotBolivia – after the uprising

THE MASS protest movements against neo-liberal policies that swept Bolivia with strikes and demos have ousted president Carlos Mesa…


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