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LETTERS - ‘Hostile environment’ must end at our local hospital


Our Stand Up To Racism (SUTR) group in Wandsworth, south London, protested over the “hostile environment” at a meeting of St George’s Hospital Trust board last week.

LETTERS - State wants to take revenge against Extinction Rebellion


The police are pushing to charge over 1,100 people who were arrested on the Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) International Rebellion in London in April.

Letters - Beating Tommy Robinson shows we make a difference


I feel completely relieved and excited that Tommy Robinson failed in his bid to become an MEP in the Euro elections for the North West.

Letters: Tories lie about Universal Credit—and you’re paying


Universal Credit (UC) officials have orchestrated an elaborate PR campaign to counter the exposure of their sorry excuse for a welfare system.

LETTERS - Carl Benjamin is the ugly new face of alt-right Ukip


Ukip has come out of its dusty corner for the European Parliament elections, with new ideas and representatives that even its former leader Nigel Farage condemns.

LETTERS—On the streets against Trump to show there’s an alternative


Why has Donald Trump achieved popularity in the US and beyond? Above all, why does he appeal to working people?

LETTERS - We must destroy capitalism before it wrecks our planet


I have been part of Extinction Rebellion (XR) in York since December.

LETTERS - Big business loves Trump’s welfare state for the richest


US president Donald Trump is rightly often criticised as a racist, a sexist and a climate change denier. But we should never forget that he is also a vicious class warrior for the rich.

Letters - Solidarity matters to people who face attack in Palestine


On Monday 4 March 2019, I landed at Tel Aviv airport in Israel ready to be picked up and transported to Ramallah in Palestine.

LETTERS—Poverty means much more than not having lots of cash


Government statistics published last week showed a sharp increase in disabled people living in poverty.

LETTERS—Gambling bosses use new rules to attack us workers


From this week, betting shop customers will no longer be able to stake as much as £100 on a single spin of the roulette wheel on a Fixed Odds Betting Terminal (FOBT).

Letters - socialists should side with neither Farage or Bercow


A small Brexit march, organised by the Leave Means Leave pressure group, and temporarily led by Nigel Farage, set off from Sunderland last week. It’s on a 270 mile march to London.

LETTERS—We must defend Corbyn to build unity against racism


As an octogenarian, my views on antisemitism were shaped by growing up before and after the Second World War.

LETTERS—How should we approach Birmingham school protest?


How should we approach Birmingham school protest?

LETTERS—Health charges for migrants are racist—scrap all of them


The treatment of Boysie Folkes shows that the whole system of charging migrants for healthcare and checking people’s immigration status is wrong.

LETTERS—We should all get behind the climate strikers on 15 March


The inspiring student climate strikes recently should be an example to all of us (Socialist Worker, 20 February).

LETTERS—We need more than token gestures to save the planet


Sheffield council has recently declared a climate emergency.

LETTERS - Labour left lost momentum in Haringey - we need to fight for more


Labour left group Momentum burst into Haringey, north London, in 2015.

LETTERS - Keep pressure on councils for a ‘climate emergency’


There’s a growing movement to demand political leaders take serious action on climate change.

LETTERS—How we won a strong vote for school strikes in Ealing


NEU union members voted overwhelmingly to support strikes over pay and school funding.

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