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Lindsey German: New sanctions threat against Iran: Gordon Brown beats drums of war

2077

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17.11.07

 

Gordon Brown turned up the heat on Iran this week by threatening serious consequences if the country did not comply with US demands to ditch its nuclear programme.

 

Anti-war feeling in colleges helps build day of action

2077

2

17.11.07

 

The Stop the War Coalition is mobilising against the US, France and Britain’s threats against Iran. Its recent conference called for two days of action next week to highlight the growing danger of the extension of the “war on terror” to Iran.
Students across the country are mobilising to make the day of action planned for Thursday of next week as big as possible.

 

Gordon Gentle ‘died for a lie’

2077

2

17.11.07

 

The ministry of Defence was heavily criticised at the inquest into the death of Gordon Gentle, a soldier who was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in June 2004.

 

Yuri Prasad: Karen Reissmann: All-out strike over sacked health rep

2077

3

17.11.07

 

One of the most crucial strikes in the National Health Service for more than a decade has erupted in defence of sacked union rep and senior nurse Karen Reissmann.

 

Alex Callinicos: Norman Mailer and the menace of the US

2077

4

17.11.07

 

Norman Mailer’s dream was to write the Great American Novel, but, by the time of his death at 84 last weekend, it was clear that he hadn’t succeeded.

 

Chris Bambery: Crucial tasks for Respect’s future

2077

4

17.11.07

 

The coalition’s annual conference is meeting this weekend despite attempts to stop it. Chris Bambery looks at some key issues for the organisation

 

Preston shows the potential for Respect to build strong roots

2077

4

17.11.07

 

Preston Respect offers a model of what the organisation could achieve across the country.
Councillor Michael Lavalette not only issues regular leaflets across his ward and holds weekly surgeries, but he goes out to where the people are – for example, to the local church and to the mosque.

 

Respect: ‘We are strong and we are united’

2077

4

17.11.07

 

Elaine Abbot, a member of Respect in Preston, spoke to Socialist Worker about her experience building Respect

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Tower Hamlets Respect meeting looks to the future

2077

5

17.11.07

 

Around 80 Respect supporters in Tower Hamlets, east London met on Monday of this week to discuss the way forward for the organisation in the wake of George Galloway’s decision to split.

 

Kumar Murshid: ‘I left Labour to get away from corrupting practices’

2077

5

17.11.07

 

The Tower Hamlets Respect meeting was chaired by Kumar Murshid, a former Labour councillor in Tower Hamlets and former adviser to London mayor Ken Livingsone. Kumar quit Labour to join Respect earlier this year.

 

Ray Holmes: Respect: Shirebrook councillor fights for the people

2077

5

17.11.07

 

Since my election in May I have been getting myself established as a councillor who works for the people.
(Ray Holmes is a Respect councillor for Shirebrook North West ward in Bolsover)

 

Ken Olende: Immigration: Welcoming migrants: Poles in 1940s Britain

2077

6

17.11.07

 

In the second part of our series on immigration, Ken Olende looks at why the government had a contradictory policy after the Second World War

 

Mass protest in South Korea calls for troop withdrawal

2077

6

17.11.07

 

Workers, farmers, students and anti-war activists took part in a mass demonstration in Seoul, South Korea on Sunday of last week. The demonstration called for the withdrawal of troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, and for workers rights

 

Riaz Ahmed: Students intensify Pakistan protests

2077

6

17.11.07

 

The spectre of defeat haunts the dictatorship of Pervez Musharraf and his supporters. Musharraf had thought that silencing the news media by imposing martial law on 3 November would stop the emergence of a movement against him.

 

Suzanne Dafour + Kohou Mbwélili + Aurélien Govois: French students strike against neoliberal reform

2077

6

17.11.07

 

Students in France are mobilising against a new reform of higher education. Students had struck or occupied at over 30 universities as Socialist Worker went to press.

 

Graham Turner: Credit crunch: A house built on sand

2077

8

17.11.07

 

The credit crisis rumbles on. Over two million US familes could lose their homes in the subprime fiasco.

 

Simon Assaf: Stopped and searched on the way to classes

2077

8

17.11.07

 

A mass police search of a sixth form college in east London raises questions about the criminalisation of young people. Simon Assaf was at hand to see the effect on students.

 

John Riddell: The Comintern: The death of the Comintern

2077

9

17.11.07

 

John Riddell, the pre-eminent historian of the Communist International (or Comintern), concludes his series with a look at how the degeneration of the revolution in Russia into dictatorship sounded the death knell of the Comintern

 

Editorial: Democracy in Pakistan will not come from Benazir Bhutto

2077

12

17.11.07

 

As brave lawyers and democracy activists battle it out with General Musharraf’s police, the British and US establishments have been busy behind the scenes.

 

Editorial: King Juan Carlos: Who should shut up?

2077

12

17.11.07

 

King Juan Carlos of Spain last week asked Venezuela’s left wing leader Hugo Chavez, “why don’t you shut up?”.

 

Raj Patel: Bread & butter issues

2077

12

17.11.07

 

The millions of workers who produce the world’s food are brutally exploited, but they can also resist the system.

 

Richard Seymour: Resisting the war

2077

13

17.11.07

 

The “war on terror” has been opposed at every turn by the global anti-war movement. Now activists must rise to the challenge posed by threats against Iran, writes Richard Seymour

 

Tam Dewar: Post: vote to reject the deal

2077

16

17.11.07

 

Myself and thousands of other postal workers across Britain this week received ballot papers from our CWU union asking us if we are willing to accept a leadership-backed deal to end our long running dispute.

 

Respect conference looks to the future (part 1) (online only)

2077

 

17.11.07

 

Some 350 delegates and observers gathered to discuss the way forward at Respect’s fourth annual conference, held at the University of Westminster in central London.

 

Respect conference looks to the future (part 2) (online only)

2077

 

17.11.07

 

In the afternoon session of the Respect conference – which focused on ‘Campaigning Priorities’ – there was a wide ranging discussion of Respect’s commitment to operating as a campaigning organisation.

 

Simon Assaf: Respect Renewal rally launches new organisation with attacks on SWP (online only)

2077

 

17.11.07

 

George Galloway MP opened the launch rally for his Respect Renewal organisation with personal attacks on John Rees, the national secretary of Respect, and Lindsey German, Respect candidate for London mayor and convenor of the Stop the War Coalition.
Both are members of the central committee of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP).

 

Video of speakers addressing Respect Conference 2007 (online only)

2077

 

17.11.07

 

Mark Serwotka | Nahella Ashraf | Michael Lavalette | Lindsey German | Ray Holmes | Kumar Murshid | Andrew Murray

 

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