I'd strike tomorrow
I read your coverage about working in supermarkets (Socialist Worker, 27 November).
Fit for next US call?
NEW LABOUR’S decision to fight the next general election on a law and order and security platform is more than just electioneering.
COMMENTING ON "Can We Stop Global Warming?" (Socialist Worker, 20 November), there is an aspect seldom touched upon when discussing global warming and climate change—are humans as a species too clever by half and so incompatible with their continuance on earth?
The mainstream media have covered the devastating US assault on Fallujah as if it were a video game, using cartoonish graphics to depict attacks which have cost hundreds of lives.
Children should be heard and not hit
So let's get this right. After last week’s parliamentary vote you can smack your child – but only a mild smack – and take care to leave no signs of visible bruising, or you will be in trouble!
IDENTITY CARDS were abolished in this country because the then Tory government, led by Winston Churchill, described them as "draconian" and an "extreme measure".
Tony Blair promised the Black Watch troops serving in Iraq last week that, even if they are sent north, they will still be "home by Christmas".
THANKS TO your paper my eyes have been well and truly opened. I didn’t realise there was so much that they don’t tell the general population.
AT THE recent Labour conference the big four unions—including my own, the TGWU—voted to endorse the war in Iraq.
Just under a month ago, at the launch of our Save Our World charity concert in North Devon, myself and mutual friends put our heads together.
THE RACIST harassment of asylum seekers on the London Underground described by K Babasola (Socialist Worker, 18 September) is not the only form of harassment now happening on London’s transport.
I WAS very disturbed to hear last week that the BNP had won a council seat in Barking and Dagenham.
FOR OVER a year we have had the constant presence of British immigration officers working alongside the police and London Underground’s revenue control inspectors on London Underground.
The suffering that the press ignores
THE RIGHT wing media has scrambled yet again to demonise the Palestinian people as terrorists, but we should stop and evaluate the truth of the situation, whether it has been reported or not.
A day to celebrate
SLAVERY IN the British Empire ended in 1833 when, on the first day of August, the government signed a document abolishing the practice across the West Indies.
I AM from what can be called an army family. Three generations of my family fought for this country. Two grandfathers took part in the carnage called the First World War.
Stop this tragic and needless loss of life
Adam Rickwood, 14, was found hanged in a privately-run secure training centre in County Durham – a shocking tragedy that should never have been allowed to happen.
These new laws are aimed at all of us
Whatever you think about animal rights, we should all be very worried about the new laws proposed to deal with "animal rights extremists".
THE VOTES received by Respect in the Leicester South and Birmingham Hodge Hill by-elections (Socialist Worker, 24 July) really put Respect on the map.
I’M DELIGHTED to report that Camden council has withdrawn the summons against me for "placing posters on a bus shelter by means of sticky brown tape" (Socialist Worker, 24 July).