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Housing crisis shames Labour
Marilyn Boyle has been waiting 20 years for a transfer from her house. It’s been slowly subsiding into the garages underneath and, 17 years ago, when she was eight and a half months pregnant, Marilyn fell through the rotting kitchen floor.

Respect has Labour on the run in the east London election campaign
There is a battle royal taking place on the streets of east London today. On the one side there is New Labour at its very worst – bent on privatisation and mired in sleaze.

A message from the French strike movement: 'We have won and so can you'
The neo-liberal attack on wages and working conditions across Europe was dealt a great blow this week when a mass movement of young people and workers in France forced the country’s right wing government to scrap its CPE employment law.

4 May: the day to bury Blair
Tony Blair hopes he can ride out the storms of protest over the murderous war in Iraq. He hopes he can brush aside the resistance to the government’s plunder of workers’ pensions and the plans to make us all work longer.

The day we showed our power to win
Up to one and a half million workers struck in Britain. Three million workers, students and young unemployed demonstrated in 150 towns and cities across France.


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