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Socialist Alliances


OVER 60 people in Haringey, north London, met on Wednesday of last week to kick off the London Socialist Alliance's campaign in the run-up to the general election...

We want our railway back


We want our railway back

Report lets guilty men off the hook


"SHE HAS been murdered." So said Helen Jeffries as her 14 year old daughter, Zoe, last week became the latest person to die from the human form of BSE...

Jobs on the line


JAPANESE electronics giant Matsushita announced last week it would cut 1,400 jobs at its South Wales Panasonic factory...

Arab leaders and Palestine


BETWEEN 29 September and 26 October 138 people died violently in Israel and the Occupied Territories...

Miss World protest


THE FINAL of this year's Miss World contest is to be held at the Millennium Dome in Greenwich on 30 November-the first anniversary of the protests in Seattle...

Truth behind the generals' statues


THE RIGHT wing press went mad after London mayor Ken Livingstone recently announced that he wanted to get rid of two statues in Trafalgar Square...

Falkirk by-election


Campaigners received a friendly response on the doorstep, with several people signing up to help the SSP's election campaign...

Behind rail, fuel, weather crises


THE BIGGEST profits "in corporate history". That was the verdict of financial commentators on the oil companies' bonanza profit figures out this week...

It's common sense


It's common sense

Airports


WORKERS AT Luton airport brought flights to a halt on Monday of this week with an unofficial walkout...

WHOSE RULES RULE?


Challenging corporate influence over our lives

Economy in slowdown


IT LOOKS as if US capitalism's longest party may finally be coming to an end. "Growth has slowed markedly in the domestic US economy in the past few months," the Financial Times reports...

Post


POSTAL WORKERS at the NDO office in north London took action on Monday to prevent a forced removal of workers to a new office near Euston station...

We're not just going to lobby'


THE SUBJECT of pensions is giving Tony Blair and chancellor Gordon Brown their biggest headaches at the moment...

Revolution hits PCS!


A POLITICAL upheaval is shaking the quarter of a million strong PCS civil servants' union. The right wing leader of the PCS, Barry Reamsbottom, suffered a massive humiliation last week

Socialist Alliances


LANCASHIRE Socialist Alliance is to stand a candidate in the forthcoming parliamentary by-election in Preston...

Britain the least friendly to family


BRITAIN IS the least family-friendly place in Europe, says a report by the National Family and Parenting Institute...

Africa's 'Milosevic' faces revolt


"IF YUGOSLAVIA did it, why can't we?" shouted a demonstrator in Zimbabwe, southern Africa, last week. He was one of thousands of people who took part in three days of riots..

Britain no 2 for arms


Britain is the second biggest arms exporter in the world...

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