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Frontpage: Tax the energy giants and cut fuel bills

2112

 

2.8.08

 

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Sadie Robinson: Tax the energy giants and cut fuel bills

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2.8.08

 

Corporations make billions while our fuel prices rise over 20 percent.

 

Matthew Cookson: Charter backed by workers, pensioners and students

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2.8.08

 

Support is growing for the People Before Profit Charter, which aims to defend workers’ living standards in the face of looming economic disaster.

 

Siân Ruddick: Them and us: No expense spared when it comes to booze for MPs

2112

2

2.8.08

 

New figures have revealed the massive subsidies doled out to MPs in the bars of the House of Commons. They have also exposed the government’s hypocrisy over “binge drinking”.

 

Simon Basketter: Gordon Brown is in a hole but keeps digging

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2.8.08

 

For many people the one thing Gordon Brown had going for him was that he wasn’t Tony Blair. But in less than a year Brown has managed to make himself more unpopular than Blair, both inside and outside the Labour Party.

 

Jimmy Ross: Labour’s Glasgow East defeat is down to policies

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3

2.8.08

 

Labour’s defeat in Glasgow East last week was historic. The constituency is one of Labour’s heartlands. If the 22.5 percent swing to the Scottish National Party (SNP) was repeated across Scotland, Labour would have only one Scottish MP left.

 

Alex Callinicos: The WTO: Trading in the rights of the poor

2112

4

2.8.08

 

Gordon Brown often seeks refuge from a disastrous domestic scene by banging on about the Doha round of international talks on trade liberalisation.

 

Chris Bambery: Italy’s communists shift left after defeat

2112

4

2.8.08

 

Chris Bambery reports from Chinciano Terme on what Rifondazione Comunista’s national congress means for the left in Italy.

 

Zimbabwe: Anger at ‘unity’ talks

2112

4

2.8.08

 

Negotiations aimed at ending Zimbabwe’s political crisis were stalled as Socialist Worker went to press.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya + Phil Turner: Rallying Stoke to drive back the fascist BNP

2112

5

2.8.08

 

Campaigners are stepping up the fight against the fascist British National Party (BNP) across the country.

 

Megan Trudell: Radical America: Battling US capitalism and union corruption

2112

6

2.8.08

 

In the first part of our new series Megan Trudell looks at the history of working class struggles in the US.

 

Esme Choonara: Strikes are just the ticket on Metroline buses

2112

6

2.8.08

 

Bus workers at Metroline in north and north west London have voted overwhelmingly to say that they are prepared to go on strike over pay. Some 98 percent of drivers – 1,609 to 37 – voted in favour of taking strike action in a consultative ballot held on Friday of last week.

 

Andy Zebrowski: Poland’s left turn

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8

2.8.08

 

The growth of popular anger against neoliberalism has created an historic opportunity for a new left movement to emerge.

 

Andy Zebrowski: Voices from Poland’s left: ‘We must organise working people or remain on the margins’

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9

2.8.08

 

There is a wide debate on the left about forming a left coalition to fight elections and neoliberalism. A number of activists spoke to Socialist Worker about their views.

 

Poland: Timeline

2112

9

2.8.08

 

Nick Clark: Unions need to build among migrant workers

2112

9

2.8.08

 

To read the newspapers you would think that migrant workers were a new phenomenon – and a problematic one at that. What concerns the media though is a certain kind of migration.

 

Sasha Simic: Film Review: Batman: Taking the Dark Knight back into the shadows

2112

11

2.8.08

 

As the new Dark Knight film is released Sasha Simic looks at the enduring popularity of Batman

 

Editorial: Olympics: Repression behind corporate festival

2112

12

2.8.08

 

In the final weeks before the Olympic games begin in Beijing, the Chinese state has cracked down on “undesirables” – human rights activists, migrant workers from western China and the city’s poor.

 

Editorial: Lessons for the left on supporting coalition governments

2112

12

2.8.08

 

Where the radical left has participated in centre-left governments the results have been universally disastrous. The centre-left has proved impervious to pressure from below but has been all too accommodating to corporate interests.

 

Editorial: Space travel: say goodbye to the rich

2112

12

2.8.08

 

Virgin’s Richard Branson is laying on a three and half hour trip 70 miles up into the stratosphere to the edge of space for the world’s super-rich, where travellers can experience just four to six minutes of weightlessness.

 

Simon Basketter: A ‘fertiliser bomb’, secret services and fertile imaginations?

2112

12

2.8.08

 

There are serious questions over the use of confessions to convict five men over the “fertiliser bomb” plot.

 

Neil Faulkner: Hadrian and the limits of empire

2112

13

2.8.08

 

The brutality of the Roman Empire led ordinary people to fight back. Neil Faulkner looks at how resistance to the empire shaped Hadrian’s rule.

 

Simon Assaf: US troops have Iran in their sights

2112

16

2.8.08

 

The US is planning to send tens of thousands of troops to Iraq’s border with Iran in a move that threatens to escalate tensions across the Middle East.

 

Guy Smallman: Protest for Guantanamo detainee

2112

16

2.8.08

 

On Thursday 24 July Binyam Mohamed turned 30. For six years he has been held without trial by the US in Guantanamo Bay.

 

Palestine: Assault on Hamas intensifies

2112

16

2.8.08

 

Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) of Mahmoud Abbas have launched a crackdown on the Hamas resistance movement in the occupied West Bank.

 

Afghanistan: West fights a losing battle

2112

16

2.8.08

 

One year ago British defence secretary Des Browne was asked if the occupation in Afghanistan had “turned the corner”. “I think the honest answer is, yes, it could be,” he said.

 

Government ban on Iraq oil workers' union withdrawn (online only)

2112

51

2.8.08

 

The Iraqi government has withdrawn an order banning eight key union organisers belonging to the powerful Iraqi Federation of Oil Unions (IFOU).

 

Protest march in Zimbabwe (online only)

2112

51

2.8.08

 

About 300 members of Women Of Zimbabwe Arise (Woza) marched through the country’s second city Bulawayo yesterday afternoon.

 

Join the hundreds signing petition for Egyptian Mahalla detainees (online only)

2112

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2.8.08

 

Read the petition to defend Egyptian protesters from Mahella and add your signature.

 

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