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The struggle over the war, neo-liberalism and pensions

Issue No. 1933

Millions of public sector workers are only just discovering that the government wants to force them to work an extra five years.

Reports from workplaces reveal an immense anger over what amounts to the single biggest attack on workers’ living standards since the Second World War.

At the same time new layers of people are turning against the occupation of Iraq.

Socialist Worker has called this special meeting to discuss how to maximise support for the Stop the War Coalition’s demonstration on 19 March and day of action on 15 February, and how to build up pressure in every union for a serious fight over pensions.

Saturday 8 January, 2pm to 6pm,

Upper Hall, ULU, Malet Street, London WC1

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Sat 8 Jan 2005, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1933
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