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LETTERS—Rise in Green vote cannot hide party’s contradictions

LETTERS—Rise in Green vote cannot hide party’s contradictions What should we make of the rise of the Green Party in the recent elections?

LETTERS—How medical monopolies wreck the lives of millions

LETTERS—How medical monopolies wreck the lives of millions The vaccine rollout is a cause for celebration for many, but it also shines a spotlight on Western domination over the Global South.

LETTERS - Football fans deserve better than the ‘German’ model

RB Leipzig, football, fans, Germany, sport, scarves The European Super League (ESL) scandal has shown how capitalism affects every aspect of our lives.

Letters—British Gas workers suffer at hands of selfish bosses

Letters—British Gas workers suffer at hands of selfish bosses Over the last five years British Gas has dumped on employees from the highest height with countless business area closures, restructures, shift changes and wage freezes.

Letters: Tony Sewell has a long history of disdain for working people

Letters: Tony Sewell has a long history of disdain for working people Teachers in Islington, north London, got a taste of Tony Sewell's contempt for the rights of working people, whatever their ethnicity, in 2013

LETTERS—The report’s lies that Britain is a ‘model of racial equality’

LETTERS—The report’s lies that Britain is a ‘model of racial equality’ ​​​​​​​The long awaited Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report suggests “claims of institutional racism not borne out”.

Letters—The police put us in danger at protests in Newcastle


Our demonstration in Newcastle against the police bill and violence against women wasn’t as dramatic as the one in Bristol. But the police made us less safe.

LETTERS—More strikes in Myanmar can beat back the military


An article in the bosses’ Financial Times newspaper last week was headlined, “Protesters playing a dangerous game with the Myanmar economy, warn businesses”.

LETTERS—Smash the capitalist system that causes women’s oppression


I was not shocked to discover that recent research has found almost all young women in Britain have experienced sexual harassment.

Letters—Catalan political prisoners and the fight for independence


Catalonian struggles + International Working Women's Day + Trans rights + Anti-Traveller racism

Letters—Keir Starmer is showing his right wing agenda in Liverpool


The scrapping of the Labour Party list of candidates for the Liverpool mayoral election by Keir Starmer has caused outrage in the city and nationally.

LETTERS—India’s vaccine rollout driven by power politics, not need


The Serum Institute of India is the world’s largest producer of vaccines, with the ability to produce 1.5 billion doses per year.

LETTERS—Give black people ownership of coronavirus vaccinations


Take up of the coronavirus vaccine has been much higher than expected. A quarter of the British adult population is now vaccinated.

LETTERS - Individual acts over safety can become collective resistance


Thanks for printing my letter on the NEU union’s groundbreaking advice to teachers to use Section 44 of the 1996 Employment Rights Act to refuse to work because of Covid-19 (Letters, 27 January).

Letters—Bosses ignoring our safety to keep shipyard open


I work in a shipyard and we’ve been open throughout the Covid-19 lockdown. 

Letters—Tory MP should pay for his wealth having slavery roots


Richard Drax, MP for South Dorset, is the richest parliamentarian in Britain.

Letters—blame the government for the pressures of online education


I write as a grandparent of two primary age grandchildren and as a retired teacher. I think there is a lot of pressure from the department for education on heads to try to force their staff to provide huge amounts of work for their pupils

LETTERS—Keir Starmer blaming the wrong people for Covid-19 spread


In an appearance on TV’s Good Morning Britain last week Keir Starmer voiced his support for emergency legislation to deal with anti-vaxxer campaigns.

Letters—Union wrong to counterpose saving jobs to saving planet 


Scarborough police broke up our socially-distanced anti‑offshore gas field demo this week.

LETTERS—Anti-trans court ruling is an attack on autonomy for all


A high Court judicial review earlier this month outlawed the use of puberty blockers for young trans people unless they can persuade doctors to go to court on their behalf.

LETTERS—Rise in Green vote cannot hide party’s contradictions


What should we make of the rise of the Green Party in the recent elections?

LETTERS—How medical monopolies wreck the lives of millions


The vaccine rollout is a cause for celebration for many, but it also shines a spotlight on Western domination over the Global South.

LETTERS - Football fans deserve better than the ‘German’ model


The European Super League (ESL) scandal has shown how capitalism affects every aspect of our lives.

Letters—British Gas workers suffer at hands of selfish bosses


Over the last five years British Gas has dumped on employees from the highest height with countless business area closures, restructures, shift changes and wage freezes.

Letters: Tony Sewell has a long history of disdain for working people


Teachers in Islington, north London, got a taste of Tony Sewell's contempt for the rights of working people, whatever their ethnicity, in 2013

LETTERS—The report’s lies that Britain is a ‘model of racial equality’


​​​​​​​The long awaited Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report suggests “claims of institutional racism not borne out”.

Letters—The police put us in danger at protests in Newcastle


Our demonstration in Newcastle against the police bill and violence against women wasn’t as dramatic as the one in Bristol. But the police made us less safe.

LETTERS—More strikes in Myanmar can beat back the military


An article in the bosses’ Financial Times newspaper last week was headlined, “Protesters playing a dangerous game with the Myanmar economy, warn businesses”.

LETTERS—Smash the capitalist system that causes women’s oppression


I was not shocked to discover that recent research has found almost all young women in Britain have experienced sexual harassment.

Letters—Catalan political prisoners and the fight for independence


Catalonian struggles + International Working Women's Day + Trans rights + Anti-Traveller racism

Letters—Keir Starmer is showing his right wing agenda in Liverpool


The scrapping of the Labour Party list of candidates for the Liverpool mayoral election by Keir Starmer has caused outrage in the city and nationally.

LETTERS—India’s vaccine rollout driven by power politics, not need


The Serum Institute of India is the world’s largest producer of vaccines, with the ability to produce 1.5 billion doses per year.

LETTERS—Give black people ownership of coronavirus vaccinations


Take up of the coronavirus vaccine has been much higher than expected. A quarter of the British adult population is now vaccinated.

LETTERS - Individual acts over safety can become collective resistance


Thanks for printing my letter on the NEU union’s groundbreaking advice to teachers to use Section 44 of the 1996 Employment Rights Act to refuse to work because of Covid-19 (Letters, 27 January).

Letters—Bosses ignoring our safety to keep shipyard open


I work in a shipyard and we’ve been open throughout the Covid-19 lockdown. 

Letters—Tory MP should pay for his wealth having slavery roots


Richard Drax, MP for South Dorset, is the richest parliamentarian in Britain.

Letters—blame the government for the pressures of online education


I write as a grandparent of two primary age grandchildren and as a retired teacher. I think there is a lot of pressure from the department for education on heads to try to force their staff to provide huge amounts of work for their pupils

LETTERS—Keir Starmer blaming the wrong people for Covid-19 spread


In an appearance on TV’s Good Morning Britain last week Keir Starmer voiced his support for emergency legislation to deal with anti-vaxxer campaigns.

Letters—Union wrong to counterpose saving jobs to saving planet 


Scarborough police broke up our socially-distanced anti‑offshore gas field demo this week.

LETTERS—Anti-trans court ruling is an attack on autonomy for all


A high Court judicial review earlier this month outlawed the use of puberty blockers for young trans people unless they can persuade doctors to go to court on their behalf.

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