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Woolwich attack


Labour right go on attack over Trident

The row inside the Labour Party over Trident nuclear weapons continued after the head of the army criticised Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s anti-nuclear position.

After Woolwich - beating back the racist backlash

After Woolwich - beating back the racist backlash Attacks on Muslims are on the rise in the wake of the murder of a soldier in Woolwich last month. Politicians may be quick to urge calm but it’s their policies that are the main drivers of racism, says Yuri Prasad

Weyman Bennett from Unite Against Fascism: 'Our tactics can beat the racists'

We’ve pushed back the racist thugs in the past couple of years, but now they’re mobilising in numbers not seen since 2011.

New location for Saturday’s anti-fascist protest

 New location for Saturday’s anti-fascist protest British National Party fuhrer Nick Griffin has accepted police instructions to move the Nazis’ London protest tomorrow from Woolwich to Whitehall.

Workers in Woolwich refuse to be divided by racist EDL

Workers in Woolwich refuse to be divided by racist EDL Trade unionists, socialists, and anti-racists were out campaigning against racism in Woolwich, south east London, last Saturday. 

After Woolwich... Don't let the racists divide us

After Woolwich... Dont let the racists divide us The Tories and the media refuse to accept any connection between imperialist attacks and the killing in Woolwich. Their pandering to Islamophobia has given confidence to racists and fascists. We must urgently oppose it.

The wars that fuel the rage behind Woolwich attack

28 May 2013
Some commentators claim the attack on a soldier in Woolwich has nothing to do with the “war on terror”. Ken Olende explains how the brutality of Western imperialism feeds bitterness, resentment and violence

Activists stand up to racism after Woolwich attack

24 May 2013
Racists have attacked two mosques in Bolton, north west England, since a soldier was killed in Woolwich, south east London, last Wednesday.

SWP statement: Don’t let racists divide us after Woolwich attack

23 May 2013
Racists and right wingers are trying to use yesterday’s horrific killing in south London to divide working people and whip up hatred of Muslims.

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