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Kick out Cameron’s crumbling coalition

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14.5.11

 

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Simon Basketter: Kick out Cameron’s crumbling coalition

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After the Lib Dem meltdown, the coalition government is in trouble.

 

Yuri Prasad: NHS plans drive out a third of doctors

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Local doctors are so frustrated with the government’s NHS “reforms” that they are leaving general practice in droves.

 

Who says?

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Quotes from this week's news

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim: Human Shield

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Editorial: Courting Lib Dems won’t stop cuts

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According to Labour leader Ed Miliband, “This Conservative-led government has been sent a very clear message by the British people about the policies they’re pursuing for which they don’t have a mandate.”

 

Editorial: The ever changing explanation of Osama Bin Laden’s death

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Everything was clear. Osama Bin Laden was shot dead in a battle with US Navy Seals at his luxury mansion in Pakistan while president Barack Obama watched on live video.

 

Striking back across Greece

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Greek workers joined a general strike against austerity on Wednesday as their government tried to renegotiate the terms of its bailout.

 

Massive strike rocks Italy

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A hugely successful one-day general strike took place in Italy on Friday of last week, called by Italy’s largest union, the CGIL.

 

Phil Marfleet: Palestine and the Arab revolutions

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Palestinians have given a new twist to the slogans of the Arab revolutions.
In Tunisia, Egypt, Syria and Yemen, mass protests have demanded: “The people want the fall of the regime”. In Gaza and the West Bank, Palestinians have insisted, “The people want an end to the divisions”, calling for Hamas and Fatah to unify against Israeli occupation. When the two organisations last week announced a “national unity government” there were celebrations in the streets.

 

Simon Assaf: Nato is fuelling Libya's humanitarian crisis

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Sixty one refugees died on a boat fleeing Libya in late March after European military vessels refused to help, it has emerged. All but 11 on board the stranded boat died of thirst and hunger, including young children.

 

Yemen: Saleh hangs onto power

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Yemen’s dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh has reneged on a promise to step down. But thousands of people are still on the streets in the capital Sanaa.

 

Syria: a united fight for freedom

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The uprising in Syria against Bashar al-Assad’s regime continues despite repression that has reportedly claimed some 800 lives. The demonstrations started with calls for reforms—now they call for revolution.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Anger at cuts boosts Scottish nationalists

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The polls had predicted that the Scottish National Party (SNP) would win last week’s Scottish elections—but no one anticipated the scale of Labour’s defeat.

 

Letters

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14.5.11

 

Help us to free Bahrain | Why is Sun man not in a cell? | There in my hour of need | Truth is silenced | We won’t kiss goodbye to LGBT awareness | Indian fight for workers’ rights | Labour must reject rebrand | Monarchy has its uses | Guarding rich and powerful | Shelley would not be stunned | Royalty is a sham | Tories can’t co-opt risings

 

Kieran Crow + Anne Alexander + Charlie Kimber + Muhammad Shafiq + Anna Owens + Andy Lawson + Nick Grant + Unjum Mirza: Class struggle calling out from Cairo

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Trade unionists from Britain met Egyptian workers in Cairo last week. They found that workers’ struggle is playing a critical role in developing Egypt’s ongoing revolution

 

What Socialists Say: Do riots and violence set back our cause?

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14.5.11

 

ts are one of the most dramatic ways that ordinary people can leap onto the stage of history. People who feel invisible most of their lives become the centre of attention. Rulers everywhere denounce rioters as an unrepresentative minority. They label them “hooligans” or “thugs” to avoid looking at the real causes.

 

No Fortress Europe

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14.5.11

 

Governments across Europe are whipping up fear over immigration to divert attention from the crisis. Socialist Worker looks at the underlying causes of the EU’s racism.

 

Viv Smith: Disability campaigners say Atos is the real cheat

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14.5.11

 

Disabled activists are getting organised and fighting back against cuts. This week, incapacity benefits claimants are mobilising protests across Britain against Tory plans to slash benefits using a new privatised testing regime.

 

Sasha Callaghan: Scottish protesters blockade Atos

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14.5.11

 

The third national week of action against Atos got off to a flying start in Edinburgh on Monday. Around 25 supporters of the Black Triangle Campaign in Defence of Disabled People’s Rights and their allies blockaded the company’s offices in the city centre.

 

Anti-cuts round-up

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14.5.11

 

Marchers take to the streets of Slough | Challenging cuts in Wales | Save the Play Tech Nursery | Marching in Motherwell

 

Simon Basketter: What sort of pensions should we fight for?

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14.5.11

 

Defending pensions provides an opportunity for joint public sector strikes—but it is worth being clear what sort of pensions we want to defend.

 

Tom Walker: £60 billion rise for richest bosses

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14.5.11

 

Britain’s 1,000 richest people saw their wealth soar by an incredible £60 billion last year. At a time when we’re being told to accept cuts, this year’s Sunday Times Rich List shows this elite is now worth a staggering total of £396 billion.

 

Siân Ruddick: Rich students to get fast-tracked places

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14.5.11

 

The Tories are offering rich individuals, funded by their rich families, a fast-track to their privileged future. Under new government proposals, universities will be able to expand courses and charge British students the same extortionate fees charged to international students.

 

Dominic Kavakeb: What's changed in Bahrain?

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14.5.11

 

The King of Bahrain has announced that the state of emergency imposed in March will end by the start of June. But after three months of anti-government protests, in which at least 31 people have been killed, many see this as an attempt to portray the country as returning to “normal”.

 

All out strike in Botswana

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14.5.11

 

The ten-day public sector strike paralysing Botswana in southern Africa has been extended indefinitely.

 

Renewables can meet energy need

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14.5.11

 

Renewable energy sources could supply 80 percent of the world’s energy within 40 years if governments choose them.

 

Tory bigot is threat to rights

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Tory Nadine Dorries wants 13 to 16-year old girls to receive abstinence-based sex education in schools.

 

Patrick Ward: Youth for Smiley Culture meeting demands justice

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14.5.11

 

An event to discuss the death of Smiley Culture attracted over 100 people in south London last Saturday. Youth for Smiley Culture was held at the Fridge Bar in Brixton, and attracted a largely young, black audience.

 

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