Monthly Archives: June 2012

Europe Annexation:

Annexation of Europe’s Nation States into a Union of European Monopolies – K.C. Adams – TML original article source: http://www.cpcml.ca/Tmlw2012/W42024.HTM with photographs. Politicizing private monopoly interests in Europe with the expansion of continent-wide executive power Mass rally in Madrid, April … Continue reading

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Cut the working week!

UNITE FOR 35 And then for 30. The struggle for the alternative to austerity and furthering sustainable growth means taking up the historic struggle for better working time arrangements. The struggle for a life of one’s own and against slavery … Continue reading

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Coup in Paraguay

Coup in Paraguay ousts left wing leader Latin American countries have expressed concern at the coup against Paraguay’s President Fernando Lugo, with Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez, Ecuador President Rafael Correa and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez saying they would not recognise … Continue reading

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Beecroft: I didn’t do any real research

Friday 22 June 2012 by Paddy McGuffin Morning Star Venture capitalist and Tory adviser Adrian Beecroft was lambasted by Labour MPs today after he admitted his controversial employment report was based on “conversations” and “he did not have time” to … Continue reading

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Some facts about shorter working day, working week etc.

Cotton Mills, etc. Act 1819 The 1819 Cotton Mills and Factories Act stated that no children under 9 were to be employed and that children aged 9–16 years were limited to 16 hours’ work per day. Labour in Cotton Mills … Continue reading

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Ponzi Austerity, the EU Financial Oligarchs’ answer to the Banking and Debt Crisis.

The financially stressed Spanish Government was injecting large amounts of capital into the Spanish banks. Simultaneously , to help finance the Spanish State, The European Central Bank (ECB) has provided large loans to Spanish banks (at 1% interest rate), which … Continue reading

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Attempts to Impose a Capital-Centred Outlook on the Jaguar Workers at Castle Bromwich

It was announced at the beginning of May that Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is to invest £200 million in expanding its plant at Castle Bromwich to build the new Jaguar F-Type sports car. JLR is owned by the Indian conglomerate … Continue reading

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