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News Archive
Monday, 23 May 2016
Editorial: LABOUR SETS OUT TO TRANSFORM CAPITALISM!
News: Stevens intervention slammed!
Saturday, 21 May 2016
News: BMA industrial action ballot agreed!
Feature: Chicago boss charged with fraud over alleged underpayment!
Editorial: Israel lurches further right as Defence Minister Yaalon resigns!
Friday, 20 May 2016
News: ‘END 7-DAY OPEN OBSESSION’
News: GREECE A COLONY OF THE EC-IMF LENDERS!
Editorial: Junior doctors will vote to reject rotten Hunt-BMA deal!
Feature: TORIES CREATING TWO-TIER HEALTH SYSTEM – as well as privatising higher education
Thursday, 19 May 2016
News: QUEEN’S SPEECH ATTACK ON DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS!
Editorial: QUEEN’S SPEECH SEES HER GOVERNMENT DODGING BIG ISSUES!
Feature: LUAS TRAM DRIVERS 12 DAYS OF STRIKE ACTION IN DUBLIN!
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Feature: Verizon strike enters second month
News: France heads for shutdown
Editorial: One third of all people in UK have lived in poverty in the past four years
Tuesday, 17 May 2016
News: University privatisation plan outrage
Feature: ‘Monopoly capitalism causing job loss bloodbath’ –warns South Africa’s NUMSA union
Editorial: Youth in Europe erupt against more austerity
Monday, 16 May 2016
News: ‘No deal’ over junior doctors contract
Feature: TURNING THE TIDE: the 1966 seamen’s strike

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