Monthly Archives: April 2013

Travels in Iran

Dear friends, FRIDAY 3rd MAY 7.15pm for 7.30pm @ METHODIST CHURCH, GARFIELD ROAD, RYDE I’m pleased to be able to tell you that members of IW Friends of Palestine have arranged a talk in Ryde this Friday that should appeal … Continue reading

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Why can’t Miliband answer the question as to whether he would borrow to finance growth?

Since 2008 the main place that money to fund the deficit has been going has been into the back pockets of the banks and big monopolies. Little funding has gone into financing manufacturing production. Yet every capitalist knows that at … Continue reading

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Archive: IOW Area Assisted Status and the Ferries: Haven’t we Been Here Before?

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THE ROLE THAT THE TRADES COUNCILS HAVE PLAYED IN AAS.

It is true that the contributors are the member states but this does not let the EU off the hook and this is why Catherine Bearder is ready to progress our case with Vince Cable and the EU up to … Continue reading

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Britain mourns thousands of victims of work

Workers killed or injured at work were remembered in rallies and events up and down Britain today as part of International Workers Memorial Day. Campaigners and trade unions vowed to “remember the dead and fight for the living” in towns … Continue reading

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Condemn the Workplace Massacre of Workers in Bangladesh

Bangladeshi workers hold militant action in Dhaka, April 26, 2013, to denounce the deaths of garment workers in the recent factory collapse and the brutal exploitation of workers by local employers and foreign monopolies. We join workers in Bangladesh and … Continue reading

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Health and Safety and Workers’ Memorial Day

Government plots to kill off workers’ safety laws by Paddy McGuff Campaigners were left outraged today following the government’s “crass and cold-hearted” announcement that it’s to review the future of the Health and Safety Executive just days before International Worker’s … Continue reading

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