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Real face of Unionism


VIOLENCE, HATRED, causing terror to children. That is the real face of Northern Ireland's Orangemen and Unionists revealed this week...

The KKK cash behind Griffin


NAZI BRITISH National Party (BNP) leader Nick Griffin could face prison for illegally accepting donations from racists in the US for party funds. The Nazi toff who pretends to be a man of the people ...

We sub arms trade


PROTESTERS will be converging on London's Docklands next Tuesday to launch a week of protest against Europe's biggest arms fair. The New Labour government is hosting the grotesque fair...

A great success against the Nazis


THE ANTI-Nazi majority seized the initiative and took to the streets last weekend. The anti-Nazi activity was centred around Oldham, Burnley and Bradford, areas where the Nazi BNP increased its vote ...

Refugees face slave labour


NEW LABOUR is giving a multinational company the chance to run a slave labour operation. UK Detention Services is a subsidiary of Sodexho, the multinational firm that

London Underground


TUBE WORKERS are set to ballot for strike action over pay after management refused to agree to a rise recommended by an independent mediator. The mediator said all tube workers should receive a 4 percent increase...

Refugees


ALMOST 100 people joined last Sunday's picket of Scotland's first detention centre for asylum seekers at Dungavel in south Lanarkshire...

Gunning for our support


two of the country's three trade unions...

McJobs on offer


McLABOUR means McJobs. A report by the TELCO community organisation, focused on east London, found that privatisation of public services "has driven down the pay and conditions of staff"

'Factory' schools vision behind the teacher shortage


CHILDREN IN England and Wales are returning to school to be greeted with the most severe shortage of teachers for three decades. And schools in Scotland, which in recent years has not faced a crisis ...

'We're protesting in Brighton'


ON 30 September in Brighton thousands of protesters will tell Tony Blair that people should come before profit. The demonstration is for everyone outraged at the way the Labour Party conference...

The US won't even talk about racism


TOXIC TEXAN President George W Bush ordered the US delegates to leave the United Nations conference on racism this week. The US delegation marched out of the conference in South Africa...

Old Labour, New Labour & McLabour


TONY BLAIR will be supping with the devil when he attends the dinner hosted by McDonald's at the Labour Party conference in three weeks time...

International round-up


They were protesting at wage and pension cuts imposed by the government in conjunction with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The protest was called jointly by

School bigotry


THERE IS a crisis over teacher shortages. Yet primary school teacher Veronica McLeod was sacked last week from her job at St Kessog's School in Balloch, Scotland...

In brief


ALMOST 100 people joined last Sunday's picket of Scotland's first detention centre for asylum seekers at Dungavel in south Lanarkshire...

Slowdown spreads to services


"THE ECONOMIC slowdown facing the UK is now spreading beyond manufacturing." That was the grim warning this week from the head of the bosses' CBI organisation...

Housing revolt


MAJOR TRADE unions are backing protest rallies in defence of council housing at this month's TUC and Labour Party conferences...

Holding on to staff?


I AM a student nurse at UCLH hospitals in central London. The trust has decided to close

Civil servants


WORKERS IN the Employment Service and the Benefits Agency in south west London and Brent have voted for indefinite strike action by 334 votes to 74...

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