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Act now to back the firefighters
"This is no longer just a dispute between the Fire Brigades Union and the government. It is a fight between the government and the whole union movement" GMB union leader John Edmonds

Unite to fight low pay
TONY BLAIR and chancellor Gordon Brown are united in their determination to curb workers' pay. That's why they have attacked the firefighters' claim. But the real pay scandal is the record payouts to the fat cats. The boss of drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline got £7 million last year. He is after a further rise even though the company's share price has collapsed.

Firefighters deserve more
They need your support

Countdown to war in weeks
US Stealth bombers to fly from Britain... Blair calls up 10,000 reservists... Thousands of marines head to Gulf

Anti-war protests defy Bush and Blair
ABOUT 200,000 people joined powerful anti-war demonstrations in San Francisco, Washington, and other cities in the US last weekend. The Washington Post reported that it was Washington's largest anti-war demo since the Vietnam War era. That challenge to George Bush came as protests were planned in most towns and cities in Britain for Thursday, a day of action called by the Stop the War Coalition.


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