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We can't afford energy profits: Big Six bosses make a killing while pensioners freeze
Energy bosses are making a killing from fuel poverty. The profits of the Big Six companies rocketed by 75 percent last year, as the average gas and electricity bill went up 17 percent.

Roma are welcome here
The furore over Roma in Sheffield is based on myths that recall previous race scares, writes Sadie Robinson

Philippines typhoon shows the price of poverty
Rescue workers were fighting to get to outlying regions of the Philippines hit by typhoon Haiyan as Socialist Worker went to press. In the worst-hit city of Tacloban more than 10,000 people are thought to have died.

Wage cuts and job losses mean children go hungry
Real terms wage cuts and sackings have left millions struggling to put food on the table according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

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