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Frontpage: Don't let the Tories play the race card

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12.2.11

 

Content

 

Yuri Prasad: As David Cameron launches attack on multiculturalism: Don't let the Tories play the race card

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12.2.11

 

David Cameron choose last Saturday to launch a vicious attack on Muslims—just as the racist English Defence League were descending on Luton.

 

All out to demonstrate against the cuts

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1

12.2.11

 

Protests against cuts are now taking place somewhere every day. Thousands have marched, and thousands more will in the weeks to come.

 

Who says?

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2

12.2.11

 

Socialist Worker's pick of this week's quotes

 

Guy Smallman: South London rises against council cuts

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2

12.2.11

 

Hundreds protested against council cuts in Lambeth, south London, on Monday evening. Children and park rangers in uniform blocked the road.

 

Mark Krantz: Revolt as Manchester wields big axe

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2

12.2.11

 

Manchester council is closing five libraries, three leisure centres, two swimming pools and potentially dozens of youth centres and nurseries, it announced on Tuesday.

 

Save May Day holiday

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2

12.2.11

 

The Tories want to abolish the one celebration of workers’ rights in the year—the May Day bank holiday.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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2

12.2.11

 

Viv Smith: Organising resistance at the People's Convention

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2

12.2.11

 

The Blacklist Support Group is one of the many that will be hosting a workshop at the People’s Convention this Saturday 12 February in London.

 

Lobby to defend council housing

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2

12.2.11

 

Tenants, trade unionists and councillors will come together next week to organise a campaign against Tory plans that will see working class people thrown out of their homes.

 

Levy is a figleaf for the bankers

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2

12.2.11

 

Chancellor George Osborne announced this week that he is raising the government’s levy on the banks to £2.

 

Fire boss scoffs at our expense

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2

12.2.11

 

London firefighters’ Tory boss Brian Coleman has been splashing our cash on posh nosh—again.

 

VAT’s way to target bosses

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2

12.2.11

 

Activists will take part in several protests this Saturday against corporate tax-dodging and the rise in VAT.

 

Editorial: Racism: part of a long Tory tradition

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3

12.2.11

 

That David Cameron chose last Saturday to make a speech attacking Muslims is despicable.

 

Editorial: Real scandal in Megrahi case is the corruption of the West

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3

12.2.11

 

The row over the release of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, who was convicted of the Lockerbie bombing, exposes a real scandal.

 

Day X4—cause chaos on campus

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3

12.2.11

 

Students have returned to their campuses rejuvenated after successful demonstrations in London and Manchester last month.

 

Alex Callinicos: The West's 'moderate' tyrants are failing

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4

12.2.11

 

Last week the “liberal” Israeli daily Haaretz carried a piece by one of its best-known columnists, Ari Shavit. “Two huge processes are happening right before our eyes,” he writes. “One is the Arab liberation revolution. The second process is the acceleration of the decline of the West.”

 

Anne Alexander: Egypt: 'The regime's ruling party is in disarray. But the state is not yet broken'

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4

12.2.11

 

Anne Alexander reports from Cairo on Egypt's revolution and the challenges it faces.

 

Anne Alexander: Egypt: Unity is forged in battle

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4

12.2.11

 

Tahrir Square has become the centre of the revolution—a space won at a terrible cost. Around the square are banners and placards with the faces of the young men and women who have died in the uprising.

 

Phil Marfleet: The Muslim Brotherhood: caught between resistance and compromise

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5

12.2.11

 

The Muslim Brotherhood is Egypt’s largest opposition organisation—more a movement than a political party. It has millions of supporters. Many are involved in the uprisings.

 

Muslim Brotherhood: Timeline

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8

12.2.11

 

Siân Ruddick: Tunisian revolt re-ignites

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5

12.2.11

 

Fighting between the revolutionary movement and the state erupted again in Tunisia last weekend. Police attacked protesters, killing at least three.

 

John Charlton: Obituary: Ray Challinor 1929-2011

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6

12.2.11

 

An appreciation of the life of a veteran socialist and Marxist historian.

 

Viv Smith + Matthew Cookson: Protests in Luton that gave the EDL a bad day

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6

12.2.11

 

Thousands of anti-fascists helped ruin the racist English Defence League’s (EDL) hopes of a victorious homecoming in Luton last Saturday.

 

Ken Olende: People of Bury Park united to resist any attacks

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6

12.2.11

 

The defiance shown by the people of Bury Park on Saturday was inspiring. The EDL has particularly targeted this multi-racial area.

 

Letters

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12.2.11

 

Fight for the forests | Revolting peasants | No advice from Clegg | Egyptian revolution is source of new hope | Disabled are no ‘soft touch’ | Should we copy Eton? | Black Swan not a turkey | Top Gear | Chelsea

 

Judith Orr: Egypt: Revolution in motion

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12.2.11

 

The revolt in Egypt has raised how revolutions take place—and how they can win. Judith Orr who has recently returned from Cairo looks at the way forward.

 

What Socialists Say: Does it make a difference if we are in recession?

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12.2.11

 

The Tories are using the global economic crisis as an excuse to make savage cuts in Britain. They say that higher levels of unemployment, cuts to services, lower pay and worse pensions are unavoidable.

 

John Rose: The answer to Palestine's liberation lies in Cairo

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12.2.11

 

Israel’s grip over the Palestinian people is being weakened as Arab regimes wobble and the US talks of change. John Rose considers what this means for the liberation of Palestine.

 

Siân Ruddick: The battle for Egypt continues

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12.2.11

 

The past week has been one of turmoil in Egypt. Plain clothes police, security forces and paid thugs brutally attacked protesters in Tahrir Square in central Cairo on Wednesday of last week.

 

Egypt: ‘The revolution is on a knife edge’

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16

12.2.11

 

An Egyptian socialist organising in Tahrir Square spoke to Socialist Worker about the struggle.

 

Egypt: ‘The bullets killing us are made in the US’

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16

12.2.11

 

President of the independent Property Tax Collectors’ Union Kamal Abu Aita spoke to Socialist Worker about the importance of international solidarity with the Egyptian revolution.

 

Forced to kiss Mubarak’s portrait

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16

12.2.11

 

Ramy al Banna is a 20 year old British Egyptian student who was captured by state thugs when he went to Cairo to take part in the revolution.

 

Egypt: International solidarity spreads

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12.2.11

 

ACROSS THE world people have shown support for the Egyptian revolution. Up to 1,000 joined the Stop the War Coalition protest at the Egyptian embassy in London last Saturday.

 

Special issue: Revolution that toppled the dictator

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12.2.11

 

Content

 

Simon Assaf: Special issue: Revolution that toppled the dictator

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12.2.11

 

The tyrant has fallen. Mubarak has gone. Israel’s man, imperialism man, the US’s man, the World Bank’s man, has been deposed. Mubarak has been swept away by one of the greatest mass movements in history.

 

Phil Marfleet: Is Egypt’s army on the people’s side?

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2

12.2.11

 

When Omer Suleiman, Egypt’s now ex vice president, spoke on Friday he said two things: Mubarak is going and the army is taking over. It is not yet clear what this means.

 

What we think: Socialism is not an impossible dream

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2

12.2.11

 

The Egyptian people have made a revolution that will change the course of history. Hosni Mubarak was one of the world’s most brutal dictators and was backed to the hilt by the US and all the western powers.

 

Spreading revolt

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2

12.2.11

 

Tunisia – Egypt – Jordan – Yemen – Algeria – Saudi Arabia – Palestine – Morocco

 

Western leaders backed Mubarak

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3

12.2.11

 

Tony Blair – David Cameron – Hillary Clinton – Silvio Berlusconi

 

Tunisian activist: 'This will renew our confidence'

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3

12.2.11

 

Mohammed, a Tunisian socialist living in Britain, spoke to Socialist Worker minutes after Mubarak announced he was standing down.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

2238

3

12.2.11

 

Voices from Egypt

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3

12.2.11

 

'Egyptians have put a page in the history books'

 

Anne Alexander: Egyptians have changed the course of history

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4

12.2.11

 

At the start of the protests some asked: how could the Egyptian people even dream to take on the strongest, oldest, most brutal state in the Arab world.

 

Wassim Wagdy: 'No one can tell you how beautiful a revolution is'

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4

12.2.11

 

Dictators are the last to understand the people when they wake up.

 

London cheers in solidarity with Egyptian revolution

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4

12.2.11

 

All up and down the Edgware Road the protest grew on Friday evening.

 

Statement from the Revolutionary Socialists Egypt

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12.2.11

 

A statement issued by revolutionary socialists in Egypt on Sunday 6 February, 2011.

 

Siân Ruddick: Egypt's strike wave spreads

2238

 

12.2.11

 

A strike wave involving thousands of workers is sweeping across Egypt today (Wednesday). An Egyptian activist in Cairo told Socialist Worker that their phone is ringing every ten minutes with new reports of walkouts.

 

Siân Ruddick: Packed London meeting pledges solidarity with Egyptian revolution

2238

 

12.2.11

 

More than 300 people packed into a Socialist Workers Party meeting in solidarity with the Egyptian revolution in central London last night.

 

Patrick Ward: Stop the War rallies in support of Julian Assange

2238

 

12.2.11

 

Over 300 people packed into Conway Hall in London on Monday evening for a Stop the War Coalition meeting in support of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, who faced his first day in court fighting his extradition to Sweden.

 

Sign the statement defending multiculturalism

2238

 

12.2.11

 

Add your signature to the statement that appeared in the Guardian on Wednesday 9 February.

 

Victimised teacher, Sue Caldwell, formally charged with gross misconduct

2238

 

12.2.11

 

Sue Caldwell, a suspended teacher in north London, has been formally charged with gross misconduct by her employer. There will be a hearing in March and the outcome could result in her losing her job.

 

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