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Four issues Gordon Brown won’t solve
Public sector pay "Gordon Brown praises public services but fails to mention his plans to make millions of public sector workers suffer pay cuts. He wants to impose a 2 percent pay limit on us all. That’s one reason why postal workers are striking next week, and why thousands of other workers want to join the fight."

We’ll pay twice for credit chaos
Working people will have to pay twice over for the credit chaos that struck down mortgage lender Northern Rock this week.

Welcome to Gordon Brown’s Britain
Gordon Brown used his speech at the TUC conference in Brighton this week to lecture workers once again on the need for pay restraint to ensure economic stability.

Striking for public services
London Underground by Unjum Mirza, RMT political officer for the London Transport region (pc)

If young people aren’t valued, why would they value others?
Over the last week the media has been dominated by the terrible murder of 11 year old Rhys Jones in Liverpool. Rhys was shot as he returned home from playing football with his mates – a truly senseless waste of a young life.


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