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Revealed: War refugees blocked by Britain: Abandoned on our doorstep

2081

1

15.12.07

 

Exclusive report from Calais reveals war refugees blocked by Britain

 

Sadie Robinson: Thousands march against threat of climate change

2081

2

15.12.07

 

Some 10,000 people protested in London on Saturday of last week as part of a global day of action against climate change

 

Farah Reza: Lords attempt to restrict abortion

2081

2

15.12.07

 

The first shots in a battle to roll back women’s rights to abortion have been fired in the House of Lords.

 

Tim Shepherd: The fight for labour rights in China’s cities

2081

3

15.12.07

 

Brutal oppression of workers underlies China’s economic boom.

 

Alex Callinicos: What’s behind the credit crisis?

2081

4

15.12.07

 

Alex Callinicos looks at the fall out from the international credit crisis

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Guantanamo Bay: hopes for freedom

2081

4

15.12.07

 

Family and friends of Omar Deghayes – the Brighton man incarcerated in Guantanamo Bay for six years – are greeting with cautious optimism media reports that he and three other British detainees are soon to be released.

 

Guantanamo chaplain exposes US torture

2081

4

15.12.07

 

James Yee served in the US army and was posted as a Muslim chaplain to Guantanamo Bay.
He started raising concerns about how prisoners were being treated – and promptly found himself arrested and charged with sedition.

 

Afghans pay price of New Labour’s war

2081

4

15.12.07

 

The British media heralded the capture of Musa Qala, a town in Helmand province which has been under Taliban control for ten months, as a decisive turning point in the war in Afghanistan.

 

British bogged down in Basra

2081

4

15.12.07

 

“Home by Christmas” was how Gordon Brown’s announcement of troop withdrawal was spun following his visit to Iraq.
In fact he simply re-stated that the number of British troops in Iraq is to be reduced next spring from 4,500 to 2,500.

 

Penny Howard: Glasgow daycare strike ends with shoddy deal

2081

5

15.12.07

 

An eight-week long strike by workers in Glasgow’s daycare centres came to an abrupt end on Thursday of last week – just as the action was on the verge of gaining significant momentum.

 

John Newsinger: The British State: Qinetiq: Gordon Brown’s privatised defence scandal

2081

6

15.12.07

 

Sell-off reveals close links between New Labour and US military corporations.
The Qinetiq scandal is a tale of public assets sold on the cheap by New Labour.

 

Charlie Kimber: Anger at betrayals fuels ANC rivalry

2081

6

15.12.07

 

This weekend will see the most important conference of South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC), since the end of the apartheid state.

 

Simon Assaf + Guy Smallman: Refugees left to rot in Calais

2081

8

15.12.07

 

They fled war and terror only to find their dreams of a new life end in misery, report Simon Assaf and Guy Smallman

 

Simon Assaf + Guy Smallman: Migrants find shelter in forest

2081

9

15.12.07

 

Yves Dransart spends his retirement working with the Collectif de Soutien d’Urgence aux Réfugiés – known as C’SUR.

 

Simon Behrmann: Obituary: Karlheinz Stockhausen 1928-2007

2081

11

15.12.07

 

The electronic music pioneer Karlheinz Stockhausen died last week aged 79.

 

Jimmy Ross: Reviews: Ben Harker on Ewan MacColl and the politics of the folk revival

2081

11

15.12.07

 

Author Ben Harker spoke to Jimmy Ross about the life of a legendary socialist folk singer
"Class Act: the Cultural and Political Life of Ewan MacColl" by Ben Harker is published by Pluto Press priced £15.99.

 

Editorial: Lisbon summit: EU powers join the ‘scramble for Africa’

2081

12

15.12.07

 

The summit between European Union (EU) and African leaders last week only made the news in Britain because Gordon Brown boycotted it over the presence of Robert Mugabe.
But the real worries at the summit in Lisbon, Portugal, were about imperial competition in Africa.

 

Paddy Woodworth: Basque Country: Wounded by conflict

2081

12

15.12.07

 

Paddy Woodworth looks at the troubled history of the Basque Country as the battle between the Spanish state and ETA flares up once again

 

John Molyneux: What is real democracy?

2081

13

15.12.07

 

John Molyneux analyses the origins of the limited democracy we have today, and looks forward to a radically different society in which we all have power.

 

Yuri Prasad: Karen Reissmann: Fury as appeal upholds sacking of NHS activist

2081

16

15.12.07

 

Mental health workers in Manchester reacted with anger to the decision of their NHS trust this week to uphold the sacking of leading union activist and psychiatric nurse Karen Reissmann.

 

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