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The problem is New Labour
The knives are out for Gordon Brown. New Labour ministers are writhing around trying to explain their party’s deep unpopularity.

New Labour lurches to the right
Gordon Brown’s government is reacting to its growing unpopularity by increasing its shift to the right.

March to stop the BNP
The fascist British National Party (BNP) made an electoral breakthrough on 1 May when it won a seat on the London assembly and made a net gain of ten more council seats across England.

Backlash hits New Labour
Simmering anger at years of New Labour policies that promote war, privatisation and inequality boiled over last week as Gordon Brown presided over his party’s worst local election results in decades.

Strike back at the oil barons
The battle lines across British society could not have been drawn more starkly. At Grangemouth in Scotland refinery workers this week stood up for all of us when they confronted a billionaire oil baron out to rob their pensions.


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