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Frontpage: Turn up the heat on energy bosses

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9.8.08

 

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Fuel fat cats get £250,000 bonus. We want windfall tax on profits: Turn up the heat on energy bosses

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9.8.08

 

Households will soon be paying £100 a month to heat and light their homes – thanks to the decision by energy bosses to raise utility bills by over 50 percent this year so far.

 

Sadie Robinson: Anger as police crack down on climate camp protesters

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9.8.08

 

Hundreds of police officers in riot gear launched an attack on climate protesters in Kingsnorth, Kent, on Monday of this week.

 

Pensioners and postal workers rally to the People Before Profit charter

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2

9.8.08

 

The scale of the economic crisis, which has seen rising prices and attacks on workers’ living standards, is leading to increased support for the People Before Profit Charter.

 

Figure it out

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2

9.8.08

 

The crisis through statistics

 

South Koreans protest at Bush

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3

9.8.08

 

Thousands of protesters greeted George Bush on his arrival in Seoul, South Korea, on Tuesday of this week.

 

Simon Assaf: Support Egyptian workers facing trial

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9.8.08

 

Egyptian opposition groups and workers’ associations are calling for international support for 49 people arrested during the state crackdown on protesters in the Nile Delta town of Mahalla al-Kubra in April.

 

Ken Olende: WTO trade deal would only benefit the rich

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9.8.08

 

The World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) international trade talks in Geneva collapsed last week. This has led to howls of despair from the media, which says it will damage the economies of developing countries.
However, despite being called the Doha Development Round, the talks offered nothing to the majority of people in the world.

 

Alex Callinicos: What’s behind the return of Tories?

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9.8.08

 

“So are we all Tories now?” asked the lead article in the Observer Review last Sunday.

 

James Barr: Labour: A change in direction is not on the table

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4

9.8.08

 

Labour’s leaders are tearing the party apart as they flail around in desperation, but we should have no sympathy, writes James Barr

 

Demonstrate against the war at Labour Party conference

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4

9.8.08

 

The Stop the War Coalition has called a national demonstration at the Labour Party conference in Manchester on 20 September to protest against the continuing occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

Vladimir Unkovski-Korica: Serbia’s nationalist forces in disarray

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5

9.8.08

 

Vladimir Unkovski-Korica from Serb socialist organisation Marks21 reports on the mood in the country following the capture of Karadzic

 

Pakistan military submits to US orders

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5

9.8.08

 

The government of Pakistan has agreed to US demands to send its army into the restive border areas with Afghanistan. But it claims it will limit its actions to “special forces” operations involving assassinations of rebel leaders.

 

Ron Margulies: Turkey: Cracks in the state monolith

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5

9.8.08

 

Ron Margulies reports from Turkey, where a lively week has seen two court cases that could determine the fate of the Islamic leaning government – and a plot by nationalists to initiate a coup.

 

Megan Trudell: Radical America: The 1920s were a decade of defeat for working people

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6

9.8.08

 

The “Roaring 1920s” were characterised by savage repression and profiteering

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Unite Against Fascism: Mobilising to stop the BNP’s hate-fest

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6

9.8.08

 

Trade unionists and other anti-fascist campaigners across the Midlands region are gearing up to protest against a fascist rally due to be held by the British National Party (BNP) in Derbyshire next Saturday 16 August.

 

Simon Assaf + Simon Basketter: The oil industry: capitalism and conflict

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9.8.08

 

As the oil companies rake in huge profits while increasing their prices, Simon Basketter and Simon Assaf look at how “black gold”, capitalism and conflict are intertwined

 

Simon Basketter + Simon Assaf: Ruthless and corrupt drive to make oil dominant

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9.8.08

 

The oil industry has been ruthless in its pursuit of markets. But a combination of state backing and corruption were at the heart of the industry’s dominance.

 

Simon Basketter + Simon Assaf: Are there alternative sources of oil?

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9

9.8.08

 

High demand for oil is pushing the US Congress to rip up legislation that protects the Alaskan wildlife reserve, which holds between 5.9 billion to 13.2 billion barrels of oil.

 

Simon Basketter + Simon Assaf: Who has oil and the real price graphs

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9

9.8.08

 

Simon Assaf: Multinationals’ scramble for Africa fuels new conflicts

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9

9.8.08

 

The high price of oil is driving a new scramble for Africa that will bring more misery to the continent.

 

Dalia Said Mostafa: Youssef Chahine: remembering Egypt’s greatest film maker

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11

9.8.08

 

The death of Youssef Chahine on 27 July means that Egypt has lost the last great director from the 1950s generation.

 

Editorial: Labour’s tumbling membership: thousands have lost their political home

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12

9.8.08

 

New Labour admitted in a submission to the Electoral Commission that, at the end of last year, its official membership was 176,891 – the lowest figure since 1900.

 

Editorial: British ‘justice’: rounding up the usual suspects

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12

9.8.08

 

Barry George didn’t kill the television presenter Jill Dando. A judge and jury has said so and the media and police now reluctantly agree.
Once again, an innocent man has served time in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. They are called “miscarriages of justices”, but they aren’t miscarriages – they are the way the state operates.

 

Editorial: Squeeze the rich

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12

9.8.08

 

http://www.socialistworker.co.uk/art.php?id=15685

 

Obituary / Interview: Harold Rosen: A rebel from the East End

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12

9.8.08

 

It was with deep sadness that Socialist Worker heard that Harold Rosen, a lifelong socialist and educationalist, died on Thursday of last week.
Harold gave an interview to Socialist Worker in 2004 about his life and the radical East End. We reprint it here as a tribute to him.

 

Chris Bambery: Sport’s race to the bottom

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13

9.8.08

 

Modern sport is not about play or enjoyment, argues Chris Bambery. Instead it reflects the constraints and ideology of capitalist society.

 

Simon Basketter: United action to hit Scotland

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16

9.8.08

 

The latest front in the war against Gordon Brown’s public sector pay curbs was opened last week after 150,000 council workers in Scotland voted to strike. They are set to take action on 20 August.

 

Argos workers defy management

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16

9.8.08

 

Warehouse and distribution workers in the Unite union at retail giant Argos took part in rolling four-day strike action from Thursday of last week after dumping an improved pay offer from management.

 

Sadie Robinson: Bus workers: Engineers join the pay fight

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9.8.08

 

The battle for decent pay for bus workers across London takes another step forward this week as around 200 bus engineers working for Metroline join the campaign. They are set to hold a consultative ballot on industrial action on Friday of this week.

 

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