Monthly Archives: January 2016

A Question of Control:

Matters of Concern to Canadians U.S. Steel’s Acquisition of Stelco — A Question of Control – K.C. Adams – Saturday, January 30 — 1:00 pm Keep Stelco Producing! Steel not Steal! Hamilton City Hall, 71 Main St. W. For information: … Continue reading

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Momentum in 2016:

Capturing the Momentum in 2016 Activists and friends of RCPB(ML) got together in London on January 3 for a New Year meeting and social event with the aim of giving impetus right at the beginning of the year to the … Continue reading

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U.S. Refuses to Permit Political Solution in Syria

UN Peace Negotiations Postponed While U.S. and France Host Meeting for New Phase of Military Aggression UN Security Council passes Resolution 2254 on peace talks in Syria, December 18, 2015. (UN) On December 18, the United Nations Security Council passed … Continue reading

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B’ham TUC Health Campaign Committee-Keep Our NHS Public Group, join our campaigns.

[photo of Ian Scott, now President of BTUC, speaking at the ‘Fighting the NHS Cuts’ conference in February 2014] Patrick Highton B’ham TUC Health Campaign Committee/Keep Our NHS Public Group Dear Colleagues and Comrades, It’s now nearly 2 years since … Continue reading

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What will happen to oil prices?

Where Are the Price of Oil and Economy Headed? What will happen to oil prices in coming months and years? Much speculation on this question appears in the media, but little agreement. Many predict that the price of oil will … Continue reading

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The job cuts uniting workers in Wales and China

BBC Original article with pictures: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-35401970 Seven-hundred-and-fifty jobs are being cut at the UK’s largest steelworks – but Port Talbot is not alone. Stephen Evans has covered the steel industry in several countries, and when the British announcement was made, … Continue reading

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Fragile growth is increasingly dependent on services, says TUC

Commenting on the latest GDP figures published today (Thursday) by the Office for National Statistics, which show overall growth of 0.5% but no growth in manufacturing and construction now in recession, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said: “It’s a big … Continue reading

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