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Issue: 1699

Dated: 03 Jun 2000



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Empty promises from Hague Just 75p a week from Blair

"NEW LABOUR and the Tories are fighting among themselves, but they are not helping pensioners...


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News of the world

AN ANTI-CAPITALIST mood is sweeping the globe. Tens of thousands of protesters halted the bankers and government officials of the World Trade Organisation in Seattle last year...

Race death

AN INDIAN shopkeeper died last week after being beaten up by a teenage gang in

Why I'm coming to Marxism 2000

AN ANTI-CAPITALIST mood is sweeping the globe. Tens of thousands of protesters halted the bankers and government officials of the World Trade Organisation in Seattle last year...

Class-is it all about accent and lifestyle?

THE WORD class is suddenly back in fashion. It was bandied around on the front benches in parliament last week by Labour's John Prescott...

Blairite yuppy clone...

"NEW LABOUR'S leaders must think we are absolutely stupid if they imagine we are going to cheer just because they have levered in a black candidate to stand in the seat Bernie Grant represented."...

Stagecoach strikes solid

BUS WORKERS at two different Stagecoach firms held solid one-day strikes on Wednesday of last week...

PRINCE Charles managed to stir up a furious debate with a speech he made two weeks ago attacking "scientific rationalism"...

Promises, but no new money

ORDINARY PENSIONERS will not have been taken in by the Tory party's sudden concern over their welfare. They remember the dark years of Thatcherism...

Why it is chaos on the buses

IF YOU think you are having to wait longer and longer for a bus to turn up, you are not imagining it...

Blair's Britain

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Paisley cheers

SOCIALIST WORKER sellers in Paisley decided to take the national statement in defence of asylum seekers to collect signatures outside Chivas Regal distillery last Thursday...

How the bosses exploit workers

"I FEEL exploited" is a phrase I'm sure most of us have uttered at some point. And usually with good reason-we've had a shitty day at work, we feel used and taken for granted...

Lebanon's 22 year nightmare ends

FOR 22 years the mightiest military power in the Middle East occupied the southern part of Lebanon at the cost of 20,000 lives...

A system riddled with class

THE TORIES have accused New Labour of waging "class war" in the row over admissions to Oxford University. If only.

Inside the system

LABOUR-run Southwark council is currently pushing through the privatisation of the entire borough's council housing stock...

Corporate killing con

THE GOVERNMENT'S new laws on corporate killing fall far short of what the hundreds of people involved in the Simon Jones Campaign have been fighting for.

Prescott rewards the guilty bosses

John Prescott is to let privateers off an estimated �1.6 billion in profits due to the Treasury over the next ten years...

Should humanity abandon science?

PRINCE Charles managed to stir up a furious debate with a speech he made two weeks ago attacking "scientific rationalism"...


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