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New Labour linked to world's most corrupt firms
TWO corporations, whose dodgy dealing led to the biggest bankruptcy in history, have deep links to New Labour. US energy giant Enron was the world's seventh biggest company until it collapsed a month ago with billions of dollars of debt. The scandal surrounding its collapse threatens to engulf US politicians close to Enron, including George W Bush.

Plot to smear left union leaders
THE BIGGEST smear campaign against left wing union leaders for over a decade. That is the only conclusion following a flood of scare stories in the right wing press aimed at union leaders whose members are rightly demanding action. Rupert Murdoch's anti-union Sun ran two pages on Monday claiming that a "new breed" of union leaders are "plotting a new Winter of Discontent" against the New Labour government.

And they dare to blame the workers
And they dare to blame the workers

The People who Defied the Bankers

Unofficial walkouts hit post
Across the country a series of unofficial walkouts have hit Royal Mail. Post workers in Liverpool, Glasgow, East London and Streatham have all taken unofficial action on Wednesday morning as the latest official strikes came to an end.

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