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LETTERS: Vote Labour—and keep up the fight against austerity

LETTERS: Vote Labour—and keep up the fight against austerity The announcement of the general election is welcome news for anyone who is committed to challenging the racism and austerity we have suffered under the Tories.

Letters—We hope our strike at Beis encourages others to fight

Letters—We hope our strike at Beis encourages others to fight After being on indefinite strike since the middle of July, I and the other cleaners at the department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) finally have our victory.

LETTERS - The racism in football is not only about Bulgarian Nazis

anti-racism, football, sport, Show Racism the Red Card The racist behaviour by Bulgarian fans against black English footballers was disgusting.

Letters—A hard working life, and now my pension has been stolen

Letters—A hard working life, and now my pension has been stolen This month I will be 62, but there will be no real happy birthday feeling until I am 66.

LETTERS - Islamophobia from the Tories, but also from a shocking source

Boris Johnson, Tories, election, anti-racism, immigration, migrants At the Tory party conference in Manchester last week its racism and reaction was on show.

LETTERS - Action in workplaces helps build a climate for strikes

climate strike, school students, protest, demonstration, environment, London People at work have been talking about the global climate strike on Friday 20 September all week.

Letters—Progressive groups listed on cop ‘counter-terror’ list


 A counter-terrorism document giving advice to workers includes left wing groups in its safeguarding bulletin—alongside proscribed terrorist organisations.

Letters—British Gas is driving down our wages to boost profits


I’m writing on behalf of my colleagues from British Gas. British Gas sells energy and mechanical services.

LETTERS - Keep up fight to stop arms trade’s festival of violence


The week of protests against the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair has been well organised.

LETTERS—Tackling crime means major change in economic system


Sadie Robinson (Socialist Worker, 21 August) accurately describes the way the Tory government is creating a climate of fear in order to bring in authoritarian policies.

Letters—I witnessed bravery against cops’ violence in Hong Kong


I was lucky to witness the incredible protest in Hong Kong airport earlier this month.

LETTERS - health workers need to back indefinite strike in Bradford


It is good to see that health workers in Bradford have voted for an all-out strike against privatisation from Monday 26 August. (Socialist Worker, 14 August).

LETTERS - Change the whole system for the planet, not what’s on your plate


The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report on humans, land use and a changing climate last week.

LETTERS—We should campaign until Chelsea Manning is set free


Readers should support Chelsea Manning in her refusal to testify to the US Grand Jury.

LETTERS - Robbed by pension change, but women are fighting back


Many women are taking part in the “We paid in you pay out” campaign on Facebook and protests around the country.

LETTERS—We stand with Steve Bell against illiberal censorship


In the latest outburst of illiberal censorship on that liberal flagship, The Guardian newspaper has pulled two cartoons by the brilliant and long-serving left wing cartoonist Steve Bell.

Letters—Support for Jeremy Corbyn and Chris Williamson from Palestine


As Palestinians we see Jeremy Corbyn as our defender because we need someone brave, a prime minister that can say no to the US and to Israel.

Letters—Special education cuts are symptom of system in crisis


The closure of Crossley Manor School (Socialist Worker, 3 July) is a symptom of a systemic crisis in provision for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (Send).

LETTERS - I’m proud to be attacked by Daily Mail for defending NHS


The Daily Mail was outraged to see a motion passed at the recent British Medical Association conference that defended healthcare for all.

LETTERS—Migrants are being left to die in the sea while the EU watches


Italy passed a law last week that allows it to fine any person who rescues refugees at sea up to £44,000.

LETTERS: Vote Labour—and keep up the fight against austerity


The announcement of the general election is welcome news for anyone who is committed to challenging the racism and austerity we have suffered under the Tories.

Letters—We hope our strike at Beis encourages others to fight


After being on indefinite strike since the middle of July, I and the other cleaners at the department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) finally have our victory.

LETTERS - The racism in football is not only about Bulgarian Nazis


The racist behaviour by Bulgarian fans against black English footballers was disgusting.

Letters—A hard working life, and now my pension has been stolen


This month I will be 62, but there will be no real happy birthday feeling until I am 66.

LETTERS - Islamophobia from the Tories, but also from a shocking source


At the Tory party conference in Manchester last week its racism and reaction was on show.

LETTERS - Action in workplaces helps build a climate for strikes


People at work have been talking about the global climate strike on Friday 20 September all week.

Letters—Progressive groups listed on cop ‘counter-terror’ list


 A counter-terrorism document giving advice to workers includes left wing groups in its safeguarding bulletin—alongside proscribed terrorist organisations.

Letters—British Gas is driving down our wages to boost profits


I’m writing on behalf of my colleagues from British Gas. British Gas sells energy and mechanical services.

LETTERS - Keep up fight to stop arms trade’s festival of violence


The week of protests against the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair has been well organised.

LETTERS—Tackling crime means major change in economic system


Sadie Robinson (Socialist Worker, 21 August) accurately describes the way the Tory government is creating a climate of fear in order to bring in authoritarian policies.

Letters—I witnessed bravery against cops’ violence in Hong Kong


I was lucky to witness the incredible protest in Hong Kong airport earlier this month.

LETTERS - health workers need to back indefinite strike in Bradford


It is good to see that health workers in Bradford have voted for an all-out strike against privatisation from Monday 26 August. (Socialist Worker, 14 August).

LETTERS - Change the whole system for the planet, not what’s on your plate


The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report on humans, land use and a changing climate last week.

LETTERS—We should campaign until Chelsea Manning is set free


Readers should support Chelsea Manning in her refusal to testify to the US Grand Jury.

LETTERS - Robbed by pension change, but women are fighting back


Many women are taking part in the “We paid in you pay out” campaign on Facebook and protests around the country.

LETTERS—We stand with Steve Bell against illiberal censorship


In the latest outburst of illiberal censorship on that liberal flagship, The Guardian newspaper has pulled two cartoons by the brilliant and long-serving left wing cartoonist Steve Bell.

Letters—Support for Jeremy Corbyn and Chris Williamson from Palestine


As Palestinians we see Jeremy Corbyn as our defender because we need someone brave, a prime minister that can say no to the US and to Israel.

Letters—Special education cuts are symptom of system in crisis


The closure of Crossley Manor School (Socialist Worker, 3 July) is a symptom of a systemic crisis in provision for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (Send).

LETTERS - I’m proud to be attacked by Daily Mail for defending NHS


The Daily Mail was outraged to see a motion passed at the recent British Medical Association conference that defended healthcare for all.

LETTERS—Migrants are being left to die in the sea while the EU watches


Italy passed a law last week that allows it to fine any person who rescues refugees at sea up to £44,000.

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