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Guilty of wrecking the planet
World leaders are sitting idly by while the planet burns. Those heads of government who can be bothered to attend are due to gather for climate change talks in Copenhagen next month.

Job cuts, low pay, bullying - ‘That’s why we’re striking back’
Bullying managers trying to rip up longstanding agreements with workers. Bosses trying to impose harsh new contracts without union agreement. Workers told that they have to take job and pay cuts, and accept that they won’t be getting the pension they’ve been paying into for years.

Millions more turn against Gordon Brown's war
Something has changed in British politics. Gordon Brown and Labour ministers now appear almost entirely isolated in their support for the brutal war in Afghanistan.

Solidarity can win the post fight
Postal workers are escalating their battle against Royal Mail’s attacks on their jobs and conditions, and against management bullying, with two national strikes.

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