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Matthew Cookson: Israel unleashes terror on Gaza

2091

1

8.3.08

 

Israel unleashed terror on the Palestinian people of the Gaza Strip last week, when it launched a military operation including airstrikes.

 

Labour is no longer our party after Remploy betrayal, say union officials

2091

2

8.3.08

 

Five senior GMB union officials have resigned from the Labour Party over the “despicable betrayal” of disabled workers at Remploy factories, who are facing redundancy.

 

Respect for London

2091

2

8.3.08

 

Lindsey German attends Bethnal Green tube disaster commemoration

 

War on terror: London march against Turkey’s attacks on Kurds

2091

3

8.3.08

 

Anger at Turkey’s invasion of northern Iraq led around 3,000 people to march across north east London last Sunday.

 

Somalia, Lebanon, Iran: US ratchets up its global war

2091

3

8.3.08

 

The US is increasing its aggression against a number of countries as the “war on terror” spills over into new conflicts and tensions are heightened.

 

Alex Callinicos: Italy, Germany, Greece: Different pictures of Europe’s left

2091

4

8.3.08

 

The collapse of Romano Prodi’s centre-left government in January was a miserable end to the hopes of all those who had wanted to see an end to the sleazy right wing politics of Silvio Berlusconi.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Unite Against Fascism: Join the carnival to stop the BNP Nazis

2091

4

8.3.08

 

Activists and artists are mobilising to stop the fascists winning a seat on the London Assembly in May’s elections.

 

Laura Storey: Unite Against Fascism conference: ‘Exciting debate meant I left on a high’

2091

4

8.3.08

 

Laura Storey, a teacher from Bristol, attended the Unite Against Fascism conference last Saturday. She reports her thoughts on the day.

 

Yuri Prasad: Karen Reissmann: Barred from election for being victimised

2091

5

8.3.08

 

Karen Reissmann, the nurse and leading union activist at the centre of a long-running strike for the right to speak out against cuts and privatisation, has been delivered a vicious blow – not by her former employers, but by those conducting elections in her own union, Unison.

 

An attack on democracy in Unison

2091

5

8.3.08

 

Unison leaders are also attempting to ensure that another sitting member of the health service group executive is blocked from re-election.

 

Judith Orr: Women’s liberation: A rising movement of the radical 1960s

2091

6

8.3.08

 

In the first part of our new series Judith Orr looks at the rise in the struggle for women’s liberation.

 

Matthew Cookson: School challenges anti-LGBT attitude

2091

6

8.3.08

 

Matthew Cookson met up with students and staff at an east London school to find out how they are successfully tackling homophobia

 

Simon Basketter: Photographer Larry Herman on his new project: Waged London

2091

8

8.3.08

 

Award winning social documentary photographer Larry Herman spoke to Simon Basketter about his new project capturing the lives of hourly paid workers in the capital.

 

GM Tamás: Kosovo: Nato’s relentless drive for war in eastern Europe

2091

9

8.3.08

 

GM Tamás is a former Hungarian dissident and a former member of the Hungarian parliament. Today he is a professor of philosophy in Budapest. He writes on the background and context to Kosovo’s recent declaration of independence.

 

Yuri Prasad: BBC’s White Season is founded on racist lies

2091

11

8.3.08

 

A new series attempting to address changing white working lives is fundamentally flawed.

 

Simon Basketter: Theatre: Arturo Ui: a fast-witted tale of bosses’ role in rise of fascism

2091

11

8.3.08

 

Bertolt Brecht wrote The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui in just three weeks in 1941. It tells the story of Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, recast as a tale of gangland Chicago.

 

Michael Rosen: How not to bore kids

2091

12

8.3.08

 

The government’s ‘literacy strategy’ takes all the fun out of reading and doesn’t work. Michael Rosen proposes an alternative approach.

 

Editorial: Sign of tensions with US in Russian election

2091

12

8.3.08

 

The election of Dmitri Medvedev as the new president of the Russian Federation came as no surprise. He was championed by the outgoing incumbent Vladimir Putin, and his campaign had an effective media monopoly.

 

Editorial: More prisons are no answer to crime

2091

12

8.3.08

 

The Tories and Labour are outdoing each other to say who is toughest on crime.

 

Editorial: Media hypocrisy over Prince Harry and Ben Griffin

2091

12

8.3.08

 

Two soldiers – two very different fates. Last week saw the sickening spectacle of the mainstream media fawning over Prince Harry’s Afghanistan adventure. Contrast Harry’s treatment with that of Ben Griffin, the former SAS soldier who quit the army in disgust at the illegal operations of occupation forces in Iraq.

 

Ken Olende: Empire of the Eagles: the myth of Rome

2091

13

8.3.08

 

Modern leaders looking for a ‘civilised’ way to dominate the world refer to the Roman Empire. Historian Neil Faulkner explained the brutal reality to Ken Olende.

 

Simon Assaf: Cast aside and left to die by New Labour

2091

16

8.3.08

 

Simon Assaf uncovers the shocking human cost of the government’s racist crackdown on “health tourists”.

 

Hsiao-Hung Pai: Chinese community protests against raids

2091

16

8.3.08

 

Over 2,000 Chinese workers, employers and their supporters attended the first Chinese organised mass rally in London to protest against recent immigration raids at Chinese catering firms all over Britain.

 

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