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Alex Callinicos: Comment: Brown and Tories’ cosy consensus

2068

4

15.9.07

 

BOTH GORDON Brown and David Cameron are engaged in complex political manoeuvres. To win the next general election, each has to prop up his own supporters and also invade the other’s political territory.

 

Simon Assaf: Report blows apart Israel’s Lebanon lies

2068

4

15.9.07

 

A new report by Human Rights Watch has exposed the truth behind Israel’s brutal attack on the Lebanese people last year.

 

General Petraeus can’t disguise grim truth about Iraq

2068

5

15.9.07

 

George Bush is trying to sell his “surge” of US troops in Iraq as a success. General David Petraeus, the US commander tasked with assessing the occupation, this week painted a glowing picture of the situation to the US Congress’s house committee on foreign affairs.

 

Jonny Jones: Imperialism: War and capitalism go hand in hand

2068

6

15.9.07

 

To start our new series on Imperialism, Jonny Jones begins with an exploration of the rise of monopolies.

 

Berit Kuennecke: Ken Loach interviewed about his new film, It's a Free World

2068

8

15.9.07

 

Award-winning director Ken Loach spoke to Berit Kuennecke about his new film, It’s A Free World, an exposé of the exploitation of migrant workers in Britain.

 

Simon Basketter: Migrant labour: a grim reality of poor pay and insecurity

2068

9

15.9.07

 

“I hate white vans,” said Alek. Around 5am every day, groups of young men and women huddle on street corners in towns across Britain. There they wait for a white van or minibus.

 

Simon Basketter: Migrant labour: organising the unorganised

2068

9

15.9.07

 

Thousands of eastern European workers are being brutally exploited at work, according to the TUC.

 

Alberto Toscano: The Protestant Revolution: the rival religions of princes and peasants

2068

11

15.9.07

 

Alberto Toscano casts a critical eye over a new BBC history series on the Protestant movement.

 

Paul Michael Garrett: Targeting 'problem families' is an attack on the poor

2068

12

15.9.07

 

The notion of the ‘problem family’ is not new – it has been linked to repressive measures in the past.

 

Chris Harman: Striking back: the return of industrial action

2068

13

15.9.07

 

Industrial action has returned to the mainstream in recent months. Chris Harman looks at the prospects for anger and bitterness to break out into wider battles over pay.

 

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