Monthly Archives: April 2010

MAYDAY

Support the May day celebration. May 1st, Meet at Church Litten near Morrisons in Newport in the morning.

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Workers Memorial Day

For some years the Construction Safety Campaign and UCATT, the Union of Construction, Allied Trades and Technicians, which has 125,000 members in the building industry, supported by other trade unions and safety campaign groups, have held events in London to … Continue reading

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Sussex University Student Actions

Sussex University Student Actions The Future of the Universities Is an Election Issue Cuts in social programmes are being presented by the big parties and media as a foregone conclusion of the general election. Indeed, higher education has already been … Continue reading

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Balancing the books?

The UK national debt is the total amount of money the British government owes to the private sector and other purchasers of UK gilts. Official figures at the start of 2009 showed that the government had run up total debts … Continue reading

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Lowering the Level of Political Culture

“Leaders’ Debate”: On April 15, the first of the three US-style televised general election debates between the leaders of the three big parties was held, shown on ITV1. The second was shown last night, April 22, on Sky News, and … Continue reading

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Isle of Wight Prepares for May Day Celebration

May First, International Workers’ Day, will be celebrated on the Isle of Wight this year. It is the first of its kind. Workers, retirees, youth and the community are being invited to attend a major function taking place in Newport. … Continue reading

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A Worker Politician’s Manifesto

More into the economy than is taken out Big businesses seem to think they have the right to shift capital abroad like Vestas. This is after years of sucking profit out of the island workers. What do they contribute? Even … Continue reading

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