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Frontpage: The Tories declare class war – fight back now

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23.10.10

 

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The Tories declare class war – fight back now

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23.10.10

 

George Osborne’s spending cuts are a declaration of brutal class war. The Tories deliberately set out to hammer down the living standards of workers and the poor in order to fatten profits and enrich the bankers and the bosses.

 

Who says?

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23.10.10

 

Quotes from the week's news

 

Matthew Cookson: Thousands take to the streets against austerity

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23.10.10

 

Thousands of trade unionists protested in central London on Tuesday to oppose Tory plans to make massive public spending cuts in Wednesday’s comprehensive spending review.

 

Dave Kuivala + Simon Hester: 1,000 protest against cuts in Nottingham

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23.10.10

 

On Monday night more than 1,000 teaching assistants, teachers and workers protested in Nottingham Market Square against Tory cuts.

 

Housing: Who are the real ‘under-occupiers’?

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23.10.10

 

The Tories want to force council tenants who earn anything more than poverty wages out of their homes.

 

Ken Olende: Man dies during forced deportation

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23.10.10

 

Jimmy Mubenga died after he was manhandled onto a British Airways flight to Angola during an attempted forced deportation.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: No French lessons

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23.10.10

 

Martin Smith: Anti-fascism: Do we confront or comply?

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23.10.10

 

Since its launch, the racist English Defence League (EDL) and its sister organisations have organised 31 demonstrations across Britain.

 

March, strike, occupy in the weeks ahead

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23.10.10

 

There are urgent steps to take—and vital arguments to be won—to create a movement powerful enough to defeat the Tories’ cuts onslaught. Here are some crucial tasks in the days and weeks ahead.

 

Matthew Cookson: Fighting the cuts: Newport comes out to stop passport job massacre

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23.10.10

 

Newport in South Wales is a city already facing up to the bleak consequences of Tory cuts. Two weeks ago, the government announced the closure of the Passport Office there with the loss of 300 jobs.

 

Viv Smith: Pensioners: ‘We aren’t giving up our day centre without a fight’

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23.10.10

 

Sotheby Mews Day Centre, Islington, north London, is typical of the thousands of crucial services the Tory cuts will destroy.

 

Greece: Acropolis occupied in protests over cuts

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23.10.10

 

Protests rocked Athens on Thursday of last week, as Greek workers and students continued their fight against cuts.

 

Italian workers demand ‘Strike, strike, strike’

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23.10.10

 

Up to one million workers marched in Rome on Saturday against finance minister Giulio Tremonti’s deficit reduction plans. He is forcing through a £22 billion cuts package—but is facing huge resistance.

 

Charlie Kimber: France in revolt shows our power

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23.10.10

 

The fightback in France against attacks on pensions has shown magnificent resistance. --- Charlie Kimber reports from Paris
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Letters

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23.10.10

 

Liverpool fans kick out millionaires | Where are jobs for people like me? | BBC union leaders’ mistake | Seeds of revolt at Tate Modern | Why they want to destroy Tommy Sheridan | Racism in prison system | Head’s wealth can aid state | All migrants have X factor | Solicitor beat the jobs axe | This country is undemocratic

 

Simon Basketter: Tories are a class apart: Exposing the myth of ‘ordinary bloke’ David Cameron and his ‘Mr Average’ friends

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For all its talk of a “national interest” and “we’re all in this together”, the government is made up of establishment figures who are a throwback to a previous era. Simon Basketter uncovers the Tories’ parallel universe.

 

What Socialists Say: Do we need to pay off the budget deficit?

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23.10.10

 

The Tories are using Britain’s budget deficit to justify an assault on the working class. The deficit—the gap between government spending and tax revenues—is currently around £155 billion. They say this is so high that they have no choice but to cut spending to reduce it.

 

Ken Olende: African independence: A dream of freedom derailed

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23.10.10

 

It’s fifty years since the high tide of the anti-colonial movement. Ken Olende looks at what happened to the ‘wind of change’, and hopes for a new era

 

Siân Ruddick: Students warm up for big cuts battle

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23.10.10

 

Students are facing a pincer movement of attacks as the government and its business allies prepare to slash higher education (HE) spending and push up fees.

 

Viv Smith: Disability: Incapacity benefit cut is a sick attack on vulnerable

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23.10.10

 

In their desperate drive to slash spending, the Tories are targeting the most vulnerable. A Department for Work and Pensions trial has begun in Aberdeen and Burnley to reassess the eligibility of people on incapacity benefit for work—once completed it will be rolled out across Britain.

 

Sadie Robinson: Reject the lie that we are all selfish

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Two news stories this week give the lie to the myth that people are naturally selfish.

 

Julie Bremner: TV review: Lip Service: A realistic and positive portrayal of lesbian life

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23.10.10

 

Julie Bremner looks at a new BBC drama that is putting gay life in the spotlight.

 

Tony Rounce: Review: How Many Roads: Black America Sings Bob Dylan

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23.10.10

 

Bob Dylan’s impact on popular songwriting was immediate and enduring, and this is particularly true of at least one black American singer-songwriter.

 

Round up: Film: The Arbor

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23.10.10

 

The Arbor is the powerful true story of Bradford playwright Andrea Dunbar (best known for Rita, Sue and Bob Too) and her daughter Lorraine.

 

Round up: Exhibition: Walid Raad: Miraculous Beginnings

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23.10.10

 

Walid Raad says his work “was in some ways made possible by the wars in Lebanon”.

 

Round up: By4 exhibition

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23.10.10

 

This is an exhibition by four contemporary artists

 

Tom Walker: Solidarity and unity can beat back bully bosses: Firefighters are striking for us all

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23.10.10

 

London’s firefighters were set to strike this Saturday, in the first big walkout since the Tories launched their cuts onslaught.

 

Viv Smith: Support grows across Britain for anti-racist protest on 6 November

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23.10.10

 

Coaches are booked from over 30 towns and cities across Britain to the national demonstration and carnival against racism, fascism and Islamophobia on 6 November in central London.

 

Jim Nichol: Gaza convoy – blocked but defiant

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23.10.10

 

The fifth Viva Palestina convoy from Britain is nearing Gaza. Human rights lawyer and socialist Jim Nichol reports from the convoy.

 

Video of French strikers

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23.10.10

 

An NPA video showing French workers striking and protesting around the country, 12 Oct 2010

 

Tube workers’ union: don’t work on London fire strike days if it’s not safe

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RMT members working on London’s tube are being advised not to work during the firefighters’ strike in the capital this Saturday if their safety can’t be guaranteed.

 

Reports from demonstrations against the spending cuts, 20 October 2010

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People around the country are protesting against the savage Tory cuts in George Osborne's Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR).

 

Pictures of protests against spending review cuts, 20 October 2010

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Details of the Comprehensive Spending Review: Fight these vicious Tory cuts

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The Tories’ spending review will butcher the welfare state and slash services and jobs. Behind the cold figures from arrogant muliti-millionaire George Osborne is an ideological choice to smash public services and make workers pay for a crisis created by the bosses and bankers.

 

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