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Wednesday, 12 June 2013 01:00

How the DWP helps to hide the cost of war

by Jonathan Edwards The failure to keep track of benefits paid to ex-soldiers is an unacceptable policy
Tuesday, 11 June 2013 01:00

A tireless warrior for his class

by John Foster Andrew Clark was a lifelong communist and trade union militant whose contribution to the Scottish labour movement and the Morning Star will not be forgotten
Tuesday, 11 June 2013 01:00

Safety at work is worth fighting for

Ucatt and Unite leaders Steve Murphy and Len McCluskey on how the Con-Dems are putting workers' lives at risk
Unite's Gail Cartmail and Kate Purcell from Ucatt examine where we could be heading if we axe health and safety laws
by Richard Bagley This year's AGMs showed your paper's tremendous potential as a voice for working people
Monday, 10 June 2013 01:00

The last pit in the Valley

by Bernadette Hyland A project to remind local people about Agecroft Colliery and its proud history
by Ronnie Draper How low do we allow living standards to fall before we strike back, asks BFAWU leader
Monday, 10 June 2013 01:00

We deserve a better kind of politics

by Ruairi Creaney The injustice of the forthcoming G8 summit - soon to be descending on Co Fermanagh
Saturday, 08 June 2013 01:00

The roots of EDL extremism

by Ann Czernik Hatred is on the rise in a Britain scarred by poverty and austerity.
Saturday, 08 June 2013 01:00

Let's tell the G8 to go home

by Padraig Mackel Padraig Mackel isn't happy that British PM David Cameron has decided to hold a summit of the global elite in Ireland. He previews an exciting weekend of resistance being planned
Saturday, 08 June 2013 01:00

Rebels, strikers and anti-fascists

by David Rosenberg Women of the radical Jewish East End were instrumental participants in the class struggles of the first decades of the 20th century.
by Keith Flett Schools ought to teach colonial history warts and all
Saturday, 08 June 2013 01:00

Cameron off the pedestal

by Paddy McGuffin The Cameron or Tories dilemma is like the choice between syphilis or gonorrhea
Saturday, 08 June 2013 01:00

80 years ago this week(3rd June)

By Graham Stevenson
The declaration below represents the beginning of a democratic process leading towards a second People's Assembly in early 2014. This declaration represents the views of all those who initially called for the People's Assembly. We hope it will be endorsed by the People's Assembly on June 22. It will then…
Saturday, 08 June 2013 01:00

A chance to change this country's history

by John Rees June 22 will only be the start of the fight for change
Saturday, 08 June 2013 01:00

Labour needs a wake-up call

by John Haylett Miliband needs pressure from the unions to flesh out a real alternative
by Solomon Hughes Lyca-firms actually now have a turnover of slightly over £1bn but pay no tax.
by Jonathan Edwards Wales and other areas of the country get a raw deal from politicians based in and focused on south-east England
Friday, 07 June 2013 01:00

A sacrifice made for us all

by Peter Frost In the quiet churchyard of St Mary the Virgin, Morpeth, Northumberland, there is a white gravestone with an inspiring message.
Thursday, 06 June 2013 01:00

Turkey on the brink of change

by Kenny Coyle Police brutality directed at protesters at Gezi Park has not only kindled a nationwide mobilisation that has rocked the Turkish state, it has also unnerved its US backers and revitalised opposition to the the 'neoliberal Islamists'
Thursday, 06 June 2013 01:00

Member-focused and member-led

by Larry Flanagan Scotland's biggest teaching union will rise to the challenge
Thursday, 06 June 2013 01:00

The insanity continues

by Ian Mearns The East Coast Main Line is a very profitable rail company. The only problem is - it's state owned.
by John Medhurst Management consultant McKinsey has drawn up plans to run Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service as a commercial enterprise.
Wednesday, 05 June 2013 01:00

A blow to justice

by Jeremy Corbyn The fundamental basis of our justice system is being destroyed by Grayling's proposals to reform legal aid
by Ramzy Baroud The Rohingya Muslims are being systematically brutalised and subjected to population control.
Wednesday, 05 June 2013 01:00

Pushing for a real future for our country

by Natalie Bennett The People's Assembly project is a chance to turn the tide in Britain
Tuesday, 04 June 2013 01:00

Kick out the Fat Controllers

by Rob Jenks The TSSA is upping the ante in the fight to renationalise our rip-off rail system
Tuesday, 04 June 2013 01:00

Pretending to clamp down

by Michael Meacher The government's stance on tax avoidance is feeble in the extreme
Tuesday, 04 June 2013 01:00

A simple equation for our housing crisis

by Paul Kenny We could have thousands of new homes using just a fraction of the sum spent on housing benefit

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