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Into battle for pensions – 1.5 million workers to ballot for strikes
Around 1.5 million workers from at least ten unions could soon be on strike over pensions. It is a prospect that will frighten Labour ministers and give heart to all those who want to put an end to the slaughter of workers’ pensions.

Scrap the education white paper
Far more is at stake for the future of education than the fate of the hapless Ruth Kelly. New Labour’s White Paper on schools signals a thoroughgoing assault on the principle of comprehensive education.

Jailed for 30 years for criticising 'free' Iraq
If a writer was jailed for 30 years for exposing government corruption in Iran or Syria, there would be outrage in the US and Britain and demands for military strikes. But when that happens in Iraq there is silence.

Immigrants tortured in Greece as MI6 watched
The British foreign office has been forced to admit that a senior MI6 officer was present at the interrogation of Pakistani immigrants who were illegally seized in Greece. The 28 men were abducted from their homes then beaten and psychologically tortured.


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