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Where next in the fight to save our pensions?

Jeremy Dewar monthly industrial overview updates us on the pensions dispute…

Will the UN General Assembly recognise Palestinian statehood?

September will see a show down at the UN over the question of Palestinian statehood. This could have serious international ramifications, argues Simon Hardy…

What the riots reveal about Britain

Jeremy Dewar argues that August’s disturbances were not ‘criminality pure and simple’ but a youth uprising against police racism, poverty and social oppression…

After the fall of Gaddafi revolution must go deeper

Gaddafi has been defeated – now the fight is on to save Libya from NATO and the oil grabbing western powers, writes Richard Brenner…

Imperialist hypocrisy over Libya

THE IMPERIALIST powers were caught backing the ‘wrong side’ in the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions, notes Richard Brenner. Only when it became clear that Mubarak would fall, did they turn…

On the buses – fightback at Sovereign

A FIGHTBACK is brewing at the London Sovereign bus company, writes Joy Macready.…

More political persecution of student activists

Dan Edmonds reports on the latest round of students going through the courts after the protests AS THE courts prepare to give recent alleged rioters punitive sentences and the right…

Economic crisis – what’s next?

The world economy has so far failed to emerge from the crisis with any degree of health, Richard Brenner looks at the problems at the heart of the global system…

Militant action can reverse Con-Dem education reforms

A year after students took to the streets, the fight for the future of education in Britain continues. As young people are confronted with few university places and even fewer…

France: after the battles of autumn 2010, which way forward?

France has been gripped by mass strikes and demonstrations many times over the last decade, Marc Lassalle examines the reason for the present lull and the strategy needed to renew…

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