WeeklyWorker

Democracy & State

Overcoming the enemies within

17 May 2012

The left must unite in order to change the relationship of forces both within and outside the Labour Party, argues Mike Macnair

RMT against poverty pay

08 Jun 1995

Other railworkers were not drawn into the signal workers’ strike. This time we need to make sure it is a united fight

Stevenage offered champagne champion

08 Jun 1995

Anti-family state

08 Jun 1995

Hobson’s choice

08 Jun 1995

Morris or Dromey, the left is reduced to choosing the butcher

Better deal for lifers

08 Jun 1995

Workers unite to smash pay divide

08 Jun 1995

This week both healthworkers and railworkers are demonstrating against the poverty pay which the bosses are trying to foist on them. The disgusting offers of one percent to healthworkers and three percent to railworkers come at the same time as the bosses are awarding themselves 65-75% pay rises. They will get away with this daylight robbery just as long as we let them

Imperialism’s Bosnian mire

01 Jun 1995

Rolls attacks meet with resistance

01 Jun 1995

Students say no to loans

01 Jun 1995

RCN declares UDI

01 Jun 1995

Health pay unity under threat

Neither fit for the job

01 Jun 1995

Establishment mourns one of its own

01 Jun 1995

From the left to the right the politicians of the capitalist class lavished praise on Harold Wilson

Bankworkers shut down Barclays

01 Jun 1995

Despite record profits Barclays wants to impose another round of pay cuts for bankworkers

Railworkers - Prepare for action!

01 Jun 1995

More and more workers are saying, ‘Enough is enough’. They want to put a stop to job losses, wage cuts and worse conditions. But we need much more than enthusiasm to win these battles

The Queen and the litter lout

25 May 1995

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