Monthly Archives: September 2009

Vestas has shown that the way forward is to become political

To open up the way for the alternative politics on the Isle of Wight the working class has to lead. It must lead by developing its consciousness and building its organisation. The workers’ struggle at Vestas has become an example … Continue reading

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Put a Moratorium on the National Debt

The Office for National Statistics revealed £16.1bn was borrowed in August – compared with £9.9bn in August 2008. It comes as Chancellor Alistair Darling begins talks with the cabinet about possible spending cuts. The entire Westminster cartel is talking about … Continue reading

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Ed Miliband must be confronted yet again!

It was reported that Ed Miliband, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, was to visit the Isle of Wight to talk to the council and Vestas workers. Nevertheless it has also been reported that this meeting will actually take … Continue reading

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In Midst of Crisis, the Youth Are Taking Control of their Future

Workers’ Weekly Youth Group As the economic crisis unfolds, the denial of a future for the youth by society in decline is being thrown into relief. At the same time, young people are increasingly taking up their social responsibility for … Continue reading

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Why people on the Isle of Wight are supporting Palestine.

There is a phenomenon on the Isle of Wight that is growing. People are supporting the Palestinian people and in particular Gaza at the moment. It is growing so quickly in fact that the Friends of Palestine (FOP) is increasing … Continue reading

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Increase Investments in Social Programmes!

In this argument, Alistair Darling is covering over the nature of the economic crisis and what the government has done to exacerbate it. It is the mechanisms to ensure that the wealth created nationally and internationally goes to paying the … Continue reading

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TAX OFFICE CLOSURE

The local tax office on the Isle of Wight has been scheduled for closure by the government in 2011. This attack, as well as all attacks on public services, should not be allowed to pass! Members of the Public and … Continue reading

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