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Frontpage: The masses speak

2360

 

6.7.13

 

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Sameh Naguib: Egypt’s revolution erupts: The masses speak

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6.7.13

 

Mass protests in Egypt last Sunday were the beginning of a second revolution.

 

Things they say

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6.7.13

 

In their own words

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: MP’s Pay Rise

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6.7.13

 

The Troublemaker: Cameron enjoyed apartheid while Mandela was in jail

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6.7.13

 

David Cameron has said Nelson Mandela is his personal hero. But he didn’t always feel that way.

 

Mahienour El-Massry: ‘Egypt’s revolution has made people mighty’

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6.7.13

 

We witnessed in Alexandria the largest protests we have seen since Mubarak fell in 11 February 2011—perhaps even bigger than that.

 

Protests spread across Egypt

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6.7.13

 

Across Egypt protesters targeted the local headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice party.

 

Simon Basketter: The gloves are off as George Osborne reveals new brutal cuts

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6.7.13

 

The cuts announced in the spending review are a serious escalation of the Tories’ war on workers and the welfare state, writes Simon Basketter.

 

Simon Basketter: George Osborne’s petty welfare attacks mean more misery for claimants

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6.7.13

 

Tory chancellor’s latest round of benefit cuts attacks the poorest in society, writes Simon Basketter.

 

Ringfencing doesn’t stop Tories slashing services

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6.7.13

 

The Tories are trying to split up the health service and privatise it.

 

No sense in jobcentre shift

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6.7.13

 

Jobcentre workers have spoken out against the Tories’ new attacks on claimants.

 

Rich scroungers grab more

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6.7.13

 

Osborne says we need cuts to deal with Britain’s budget deficit. But for some things, it seems there is plenty of cash on offer.

 

What We Think: Struggle from below drives Egypt’s revolt

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6.7.13

 

The Egyptian masses have shown, once again, that they have the power to shake the rich and powerful.

 

What We Think: The power of workers

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5

6.7.13

 

In Egypt, Brazil and Turkey people have taken to the streets in their thousands and their millions to demand social justice.

 

Alex Callinicos: Labour ‘me-tooing’ helps Tory offensive

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6.7.13

 

The comprehensive spending review revealed what a nasty, vicious bunch of class warriors the coalition is. But it also exposed the sheer spinelessness of the Labour Party under Ed Miliband.

 

Annette Mackin: Racists launch new attacks, but EDL London march is a flop

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6.7.13

 

Racists have carried out a wave of attacks on Muslims since the killing of soldier Lee Rigby, reports Annette Mackin.

 

Simon Basketter: Police spied on campaigners attending Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry

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6.7.13

 

The cops’ dirty tricks operation against Stephen Lawrence’s family and its supporters was coordinated ­nationally.

 

Figure It Out

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6.7.13

 

2 racist attacks were reported on Muslim graveyards last month
38 Islamophobic incidents were reported to the Tell Mama helpline in just one night in May this year
50 percent of mosques and Islamic centres in Britain have been attacked since the 9/11 attacks

 

Verdict due into death of Jimmy Mubenga

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6.7.13

 

The judge’s summing up at the inquest into the death of Jimmy Mubenga was due to start on Tuesday of this week.

 

GPs to check on patients’ migration status

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6.7.13

 

The government is ratcheting up pressure on GPs to check the immigration status of patients using the NHS.

 

Smethwick blaze shows risk of fire cuts

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6.7.13

 

A fire engulfing over 50,000 tonnes of recycling material sent a plume of smoke 6,000 feet into the air on Monday of this week.

 

Figure It Out

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6.7.13

 

12 the number of stations Boris Johnson wants to close in London
18 engines Tory mayor Johnson also wants to take out of service in London
520 frontline jobs that are due to go in London alone because of fire cuts

 

Dave Sewell: Bosses under pressure at bedroom tax conference

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6.7.13

 

Tory bedroom tax minister Lord Freud was far from welcome in Manchester last week. Housing association bosses grilled him at their annual Chartered Institute of Housing conference, while 100 protesters lobbied outside.

 

Sadie Robinson: Gove’s free school snatches millions from Islington council

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6.7.13

 

The Tories have taken control of a north London school and handed it to a trust made up of profit-making firms—for free.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Obama visits Mandela’s old prison cell

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6.7.13

 

Letters

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6.7.13

 

On the filth, the fascists and the fight against austerity

 

Anne Alexander: Egypt’s revolution in a small town

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6.7.13

 

The return of millions to the streets of Egypt on 30 June follows months of rising social protest. Anne Alexander reports on the continuing revolution that is growing in strength well beyond Cairo’s Tahrir Square.

 

Sameh Naguib: Second revolution brings down Egypt’s president

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6.7.13

 

Sameh Naguib of the Revolutionary Socialists reports from Cairo, where mass celebrations greeted the removal of president Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday evening.

 

Sameh Naguib: Egypt: Four days that shook the world

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6.7.13

 

What happened on 30 June was, without the slightest doubt, the historic beginning of a new wave of the Egyptian revolution—the largest wave since January 2011.

 

Annette Mackin: Police shooting of Azelle Rodney was “unlawful killing”

2360

 

6.7.13

 

The officers who shot Azelle Rodney could now face prosecution after a damning report from the official inquiry into the killing was released today, Friday.

 

Annette Mackin: Postal workers in Peterborough walk out unofficially

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6.7.13

 

Some 170 post workers in Peterborough have walked out on unofficial strike.

 

Revolutionære Socialister, Egypten: Occupy the squares: stand firm in the face of the conspiracy by the Brotherhood and America

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6.7.13

 

Statement from the Revolutionary Socialists in Egypt, 6 July 2013

 

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