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

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 - Beating Tommy Robinson shows we make a difference

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

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

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 - Solidarity matters to people who face attack in Palestine

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—Gambling bosses use new rules to attack us workers

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

25 March 2019
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

19 March 2019
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?

12 March 2019
How should we approach Birmingham school protest?

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

05 March 2019
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

25 February 2019
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

19 February 2019
Sheffield council has recently declared a climate emergency.

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

28 January 2019
NEU union members voted overwhelmingly to support strikes over pay and school funding.

Letters—Leeds refugee case shows that campaigning can work

10 December 2018
We have been foster carers for a young refugee, Hossein Ahmadi, who arrived in Britain on the back of a freezer truck in the summer of 2016. He had spent ten months in the misery of the Dunkirk camp.

LETTERS—Home Office racism did not stop with Windrush scandal

20 November 2018
In the wake of the Windrush scandal the Home Office continue to threaten Commonwealth citizens with deportation.

LETTERS—Bankrupting universities is part of a privatisation plan

12 November 2018
The only surprise about the news that three universities are on the verge of bankruptcy is that it has taken so long.

LETTERS—We organised to stop the far right at Warwick University

16 October 2018
The threat of a large anti-fascist demonstration forced Warwick University to postpone a talk by Islamophobe Anne Marie Waters last Tuesday.

LETTERS—Standing with Palestinians in Manchester and Bristol

25 September 2018
Socialist Worker Student Societies (SWSS) were at freshers fairs at the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University last week.

LETTERS: Time to take all the political issues into our workplaces

14 May 2018
At a recent workplace meeting organised by the Unison union in Camden, north London, about 150 came to hear Gary Younge speak. It was on “50 years since the assassination of Martin Luther King, why Black Lives Matter”.

Letters - How fans in Scotland threw football act into the dustbin

27 March 2018
 

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