Monthly Archives: February 2016

Discussion on the European Union:

What Stand to Take on the European Union In the context of the Referendum as to whether Britain should remain in or leave the European Union, we are reprinting the following which originally appeared in four parts in the series … Continue reading

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How come the TUC is misleading people over the EU and Workers’ Rights?

It is known that workers’ rights met their strongest opposition through the inception of Thatcherite neo-liberalism in the 1980’s. In Britain the challenge to workers’ organisation, controls to trade union membership in State controlled communications, strike ballots and picket laws, … Continue reading

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Marx and Engels:Anniversary of the Communist Manifesto

The Proletarian Front Appears in All Its Determination and Splendour! Anniversary of the Communist Manifesto: The Proletarian Front Appears in All Its Determination and Splendour!  

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CAEF onTTIP:

http://leave.eu/uploads/files/StopTTIP.pdf  

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GMB members divided over fate of Trident

  Peter Lazenby TRADE unionists and defence workers clashed yesterday over whether Britain’s Trident nuclear weapons system should be renewed. Defence workers in the GMB union attending its annual conference in Newcastle called for Trident’s renewal, fearing that tens of … Continue reading

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Stop Trident!

Stop Trident demonstration, 27th February, Central London national demonstration Stop Trident demonstration – 27th February, Central London This Saturday’s national demonstration against the renewal of Trident nuclear weapons, organised by CND and supported by Stop the War Coalition, is promising … Continue reading

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Junior doctors set to hold more strikes

Junior doctors are to take part in three more strikes and launch a judicial review as part of their fight against the government’s decision to impose a new contract in England. The government condemned the announcement by the British Medical … Continue reading

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