Monthly Archives: July 2011

Recession turns into Depression

As Recession turns into Depression, the situation facing people, in Britain, turns towards impoverishment for larger numbers. Government austerity measures, which have led to public spending cuts, are exacerbating the underlying capitalist crisis. On top of this there are a … Continue reading

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Firefighters vote over strike action

Firefighters vote over strike action Friday 29 July 2011 by Rory MacKinnon Morning Star Britain’s firefighters are preparing to vote on strike action against a “smash and grab” raid on pensions, the service’s union said today. Fire Brigades Union officials … Continue reading

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Anti-Fascist Resistance of the Spanish Civil War:

The Song of Songs Workers’ Weekly http://www.rcpbml.org.uk/wwie-11/ww11-23.htm Celebrating the Anti-Fascist Resistance of the Spanish Civil War: The Song of Songs E’en as the sweetest note is born of pain, So shall the song of songs be born in Spain. T. … Continue reading

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Bombardier:

10,000 join Derby march to save Bombardier jobs Sunday 24 July 2011 John Millington Morning Star Ten thousand people marched through Derby yesterday to join Bombardier train workers fighting to save 1,400 jobs threatened by ministers’ decision to send a … Continue reading

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Palestine: Solidarity with striking quarry workers

It’s now been more than a month since 35 Palestinian workers began their strike at the Salit quarry in the occupied West Bank. They have now asked for a global online campaign to pressure their Israeli employer to come back … Continue reading

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CUBAN 5:

European MPs Demand Justice in Cuban Five Case By: Juventud Rebelde Email: digital@juventudrebelde.cu 2011-07-13 | 13:24:19 EST BRUSSELS, July 12.— Members of the European Parliament (MEP) from several countries headed by Spanish MEPs Miguel Ángel Martínez and Willy Meyer demanded … Continue reading

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NHS Future Forum:

An Attempt to Placate Opposition and Manipulate Opinion In January, the government launched its Health and Social Care Bill. This Bill has come under intense criticism from Health Service professionals, health workers and the public. Currently in Committee, it is … Continue reading

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