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

Keir Starmer 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 

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

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 - Don’t be demoralised, get organised at work instead

GMB, strike, walkout, picket line, unions It is easy to get demoralised with politics in Britain given the strength of the populist right and the weakness of the Labour Party.

Letters—Free period products provision in Scotland is a win for women

Letters—Free period products provision in Scotland is a win for women This week in Scotland marked a victory for grassroots campaigners who have fought a long battle for free and fair access to menstrual items.

Letters: Continue the fight for Palestine—but outside of the Labour Party

Letters: Continue the fight for Palestine—but outside of the Labour Party The right has continuously deemed left wing activists who criticise Israel and its oppressive actions towards Palestinians as antisemites. 

Letters - Don’t be fooled by the false promise of nuclear jobs


Socialists and environmental campaigners should have no illusions in nuclear power.

LETTERS—Time to tear down the jails


One of my young family members was in prison a while ago. During our visit we were treated like prisoners ourselves—made to wait endlessly in the shabby, dirty facilities.

LETTERS—Gardner’s occupation drove others to fight Thatcherism


The occupation of the Gardner’s factory 40 years ago was an inspiration to many workplaces.

Letters—Andy Burnham is leading a fight, and we should support him


We believe that Socialist Worker should have backed Burnham’s position more forcefully

LETTERS—shielding ‘guidance’ puts vulnerable people at risk


The Tories’ new guidance on shielding means there’s pressure on people to return to work.

Letters—No job leaves me asking what was the point of college?


Finally graduating from university after three years is an overwhelming feeling.

Letters—Don’t let them copy Australia’s offshore detention centres 


Home Secretary Priti Patel’s proposal to dump asylum seekers on the remote volcanic outcrop of Ascension Island is mimicking Australia’s racist refugee policy.

LETTERS - Tory move on the GRA shows the battle is on for trans rights


When it was announced that the Tories would not reform the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) it felt like just another strike in the assault against trans people.

LETTERS—Grouse shooting rule shows what the elite are about 


As if we need yet another example of how out of touch the Tories are, here we go again.  

Letters—The lack of Covid-19 testing is yet another Tory disaster


Cambridge university recently announced that it will be providing free weekly Covid-19 tests to all students living in college accommodation.

Letters—It’s time for a new squatters’ movement to win us housing


The horrendous situation facing renters during the Covid-19 pandemic, especially in the private sector, is going to get much worse after 21 September

Letters - Debenhams workers show fighting back is possible


On 11 August, I along with thousands of other workers at Debenhams, was made redundant. The primary emotion that all of us are feeling is shock, but we are also angry. 

Letters—Scrapping our public health body is all about deflection


Scapegoating is behind the Tory decision to scrap Public Health England (PHE), growing support for Scottish independence, plus more.

Letters—The Met fails again over the Stephen Lawrence murder


 

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 - Don’t be demoralised, get organised at work instead


It is easy to get demoralised with politics in Britain given the strength of the populist right and the weakness of the Labour Party.

Letters—Free period products provision in Scotland is a win for women


This week in Scotland marked a victory for grassroots campaigners who have fought a long battle for free and fair access to menstrual items.

Letters: Continue the fight for Palestine—but outside of the Labour Party


The right has continuously deemed left wing activists who criticise Israel and its oppressive actions towards Palestinians as antisemites. 

Letters - Don’t be fooled by the false promise of nuclear jobs


Socialists and environmental campaigners should have no illusions in nuclear power.

LETTERS—Time to tear down the jails


One of my young family members was in prison a while ago. During our visit we were treated like prisoners ourselves—made to wait endlessly in the shabby, dirty facilities.

LETTERS—Gardner’s occupation drove others to fight Thatcherism


The occupation of the Gardner’s factory 40 years ago was an inspiration to many workplaces.

Letters—Andy Burnham is leading a fight, and we should support him


We believe that Socialist Worker should have backed Burnham’s position more forcefully

LETTERS—shielding ‘guidance’ puts vulnerable people at risk


The Tories’ new guidance on shielding means there’s pressure on people to return to work.

Letters—No job leaves me asking what was the point of college?


Finally graduating from university after three years is an overwhelming feeling.

Letters—Don’t let them copy Australia’s offshore detention centres 


Home Secretary Priti Patel’s proposal to dump asylum seekers on the remote volcanic outcrop of Ascension Island is mimicking Australia’s racist refugee policy.

LETTERS - Tory move on the GRA shows the battle is on for trans rights


When it was announced that the Tories would not reform the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) it felt like just another strike in the assault against trans people.

LETTERS—Grouse shooting rule shows what the elite are about 


As if we need yet another example of how out of touch the Tories are, here we go again.  

Letters—The lack of Covid-19 testing is yet another Tory disaster


Cambridge university recently announced that it will be providing free weekly Covid-19 tests to all students living in college accommodation.

Letters—It’s time for a new squatters’ movement to win us housing


The horrendous situation facing renters during the Covid-19 pandemic, especially in the private sector, is going to get much worse after 21 September

Letters - Debenhams workers show fighting back is possible


On 11 August, I along with thousands of other workers at Debenhams, was made redundant. The primary emotion that all of us are feeling is shock, but we are also angry. 

Letters—Scrapping our public health body is all about deflection


Scapegoating is behind the Tory decision to scrap Public Health England (PHE), growing support for Scottish independence, plus more.

Letters—The Met fails again over the Stephen Lawrence murder


 

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