Monthly Archives: July 2016

Corbyn Election:

The Building of a Social Movement Is an Aim Worth Fighting For Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership launch in Salford, July 23, 2016 There has been much ferment in the past few days and weeks over the character of the Labour Party … Continue reading

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Angela Eagle doesn’t like people’s sovereignty!

It’s obvious Angela Eagle is a careerist by the way she has manoeuvred to raise her profile. She has used the opportunity to ride on the back of Jeremy Corbyn’s movement. A movement above all things that has become more … Continue reading

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France: Unions protest as anti-worker Bill forced through

FRENCH unions staged a last-ditch protest yesterday as the government forced an EU-dictated attack on workers’ rights through a hostile parliament. “This is a counter-productive law socially and economically,” said CGT member Marie-Jose Kotlicki. “The government is making a mistake … Continue reading

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Journalists at BBC to hold 24-hour strike:

BBC World News to hold 24-hour walkout over rota row © nuj 4 July 2016 Staff at BBC World News are planning a walkout as part of a 24-hour strike on Thursday 7 July over rota changes which require them … Continue reading

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Job security assurances sought as Carlsberg announces plans to outsource 1,000 distribution staff

30 June 2016 Assurances on job security will be key when talks begin over plans by brewery giant Carlsberg to outsource 1,000 jobs in its distribution operation across the UK. Unite, the country’s largest union which represents drivers, warehouse operatives … Continue reading

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Political Forums are the next stepin organising:

A Programme of Political Forums on the Future of Society The times are crying out for the working class and people to take control of the future of society within Britain, and to discuss how this can be done. This … Continue reading

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Junior doctors say no to new contract

BMA Created: 05 July 2016 by Peter Blackburn MALAWANA: Government’s handling of the dispute has created a lot of mistrust Junior doctors have voted against accepting a new contract proposed by the Government. After a long-running dispute doctors were given … Continue reading

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