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Anarchist origins of the 'general strike' slogan

17 Mar 2011

We set up this debate in response to widespread calls from the Trotskyist left for the TUC to call a general strike against the cuts. This is Mike Macnair's opening

Barclays strike

11 May 1995

Fight for car jobs

11 May 1995

PO climbdown

11 May 1995

Medway’s dead council

20 Apr 1995

Dark at St Barts

20 Apr 1995

Communists campaign outside Dundee Royal Infirmary against closure

PO strike against local contracts

20 Apr 1995

Two evils

20 Apr 1995

Not all roses for Blair

20 Apr 1995

Sack the Tories! Sack Blunkett! Dump the lot!

20 Apr 1995

This week the teachers have been denounced and threatened by Tory, Labour and union leaders alike. Teachers are right to respond to attacks on education with ballots for strike action. Demonstrators are right to harangue Blunkett after his disgusting promise to be more Tory than Tory in office. But we must go beyond the slogan ‘Sack the Tories’

United action against JSA

13 Apr 1995

The price of health

13 Apr 1995

Healthworkers enjoyed a short-lived ‘victory’ in their fight to save Guys

New realist disease hits NUS

06 Apr 1995

Mystery of the missing millions

06 Apr 1995

The Weekly Worker has received the document below from an anonymous contributor. We believe it may be connected with the 2½% pay offer made to the three rail unions in response to their claim for a “substantial rise” - just a week after British Rail announced profits in excess of £400m

Healthworkers’ pay unity under threat

06 Apr 1995

Nurses demand a national three percent pay rise - but this is a pay cut in real terms

Education battle goes on

06 Apr 1995

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