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Weyman Bennett + Martin Smith: March to stop the BNP

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17.5.08

 

The fascist British National Party (BNP) made an electoral breakthrough on 1 May when it won a seat on the London assembly and made a net gain of ten more council seats across England.
There are two possible responses to this. One is to bury our heads in our hands. The other is to fight back.

 

Matthew Cookson: New Labour lurches right towards a deeper crisis

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2

17.5.08

 

“Soft on yobs” is how New Labour is attacking the Tory frontrunner in the Crewe & Nantwich by-election campaign. One of its leaflets attacks the Tory contender for failing to “make our streets safer” and for opposing “making foreign nationals carry an ID card”.

 

Eileen Boyle: More trouble lies ahead for Labour in Scotland

2101

2

17.5.08

 

Gordon Brown is not the only Labour leader in trouble. North of the border the knives are out for the head of Scottish Labour, Wendy Alexander.

 

Cost of living is soaring

2101

2

17.5.08

 

Officially Britain’s rate of inflation rose to 3 percent this week. Yet the real rate of inflation for ordinary people is rising twice as fast as the official figures show.

 

Simon Assaf: Lebanon: US allies in disarray as Hizbollah strikes

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3

17.5.08

 

Simon Assaf reports from Beirut on last week’s clashes between the pro-US Lebanese government and the resistance forces led by Hizbollah.

 

Ken Olende: Somalia’s puppet regime in trouble

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3

17.5.08

 

The US-backed occupation of Somalia is finding it increasingly hard to keep control as fighting rages against the Ethiopian army and its allies in the country’s puppet government.

 

US meddles in Pakistan’s affairs

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3

17.5.08

 

The havoc wreaked by the US’s “war on terror” created further instability in Pakistan this week after Nawaz Sharif and his allies quit the country’s governing coalition on Monday.

 

Alex Callinicos: Ken Livingstone: the loser’s illusion that he’s a winner

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4

17.5.08

 

Reading Ken Livingstone in the Guardian on Friday of last week, I almost convinced myself that 1 May had been a bad dream and that Boris Johnson hadn’t been elected mayor of London.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Fighting fascism: United campaigning can defeat the BNP

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4

17.5.08

 

After the fascist BNP’s gains in recent elections, Anindya Bhattacharyya looks at where their vote came from – and how we can beat them back.

 

Chris Bambery: Debate on the Left: Charting the way ahead after 1 May elections

2101

5

17.5.08

 

“Where do we go from here?” is the question being asked by tens of thousands of people on the left, in the movements and in the trade unions after the 1 May elections.

 

SWP party council: Fighting on all fronts can help create an alternative

2101

5

17.5.08

 

Delegates from across the country came together at a Socialist Workers Party (SWP) national meeting last Sunday to discuss the 1 May election results and the way forward for socialists.

 

Marxism 2008: A festival that will draw all the issues together

2101

5

17.5.08

 

Hannah Dee, a leading member of the Socialist Workers Party, argued at last Sunday’s meeting that the forthcoming Marxism festival in July will be a crucial forum for the left to debate the way forward.

 

Neil Faulkner: History of war: From Persian conquest to modern slaughter

2101

6

17.5.08

 

Neil Faulkner continues our series with warfare’s development from feudalism onwards

 

Yuri Prasad: Burmese need aid, not invasion

2101

6

17.5.08

 

The enormous suffering in the wake of the cyclone that hit southern Burma last week has shocked the world.

 

What causes flood disasters in the Global South?

2101

6

17.5.08

 

Many commentators make a point of directly connecting the scale of the devastation in Burma with the specific failures of the military regime.

 

Anne Alexander + John Rose: Israel – created by terrorism

2101

8

17.5.08

 

Sixty years since the Palestinians were expelled, Anne Alexander and John Rose examine the roots of the Israeli state.

 

Chanie Rosenberg + Fatima: Palestine voices

2101

9

17.5.08

 

‘We were used as human shields’ by Fatima, Palestinian living in Britain + ‘Settlers forced peasants to flee’ by Chanie Rosenberg, Jewish socialist

 

Jinan Coulter: How can Palestine be free?

2101

9

17.5.08

 

As Israel celebrates 60 years of statehood, another dark chapter in the history of Palestinian suffering is being written.

 

David Ferrard interview: 'Singing for change and standing up against war'

2101

11

17.5.08

 

Folk singer David Ferrard spoke to Socialist Worker about making political folk music effective

 

George Fuller: Review: May 68 – Street Posters from the Paris Rebellion

2101

11

17.5.08

 

Anyone who can get to the Hayward Gallery on London’s South Bank should visit the 40th anniversary exhibition of the posters and photos of the Atelier Populaire (Popular Workshop) from the May 1968 uprising in France.

 

Interview with Augusto Boal, founder of the Theatre of the Oppressed (online only)

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17.5.08

 

Augusto Boal is a pioneering Brazilian director and playwright who founded the Theatre of the Oppressed, a form of theatre that encourages the audience to be an active participant in the drama.

 

Paolo Bassi: Debate and Comment: Barack Obama and class

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12

17.5.08

 

Barack Obama was accused of “elitism” for some of his comments last month, but his real sin was bringing up class, argues Paolo Bassi

 

Chris Bambery: Contesting the gains of 1968

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13

17.5.08

 

Chris Bambery looks at the fear that still drives the ruling class to attack the legacy of 1968

 

Sadie Robinson: Beat back right’s attack on abortion

2101

16

17.5.08

 

Abortion rights in Britain are facing a serious attack over the next week and we have to defend them.

 

Stuart Derbyshire: Why a foetus can’t feel pain

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16

17.5.08

 

The efforts to reduce the upper limit for an abortion from 24 to 20 weeks have focused, in part, on the possibility of the foetus feeling pain after 20 weeks.

 

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