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From The Socialist newspaper, 19 July 2003
Time To Go!
War in Iraq
Tony Blair - Bosses' puppet, cartoon by Alan Hardman
He lied about Weapons of Mass Destruction. 66% of people think Blair misled us about going to war with Iraq.
Above: Time to go: Tony Blair (from a cartoon by Alan Hardman)
He's selling off the NHS to his fatcat friends. The NHS is understaffed, underfunded and health workers are underpaid.
He's wrecking education. Teachers are being sacked, students are facing top up fees and a lifelong debt burden and too many tests are stressing out kids and teachers alike.
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In The Socialist 19 July 2003:
Tony Blair: Time To Go!
Devon Bus Workers Fight Low Pay
Right Wing Booed Out Of PCS Leadership
Say No To Poverty Wages
Whipps Cross hospital workers: "Where we fight, we win"
Asylum Seekers Fear Repression
Kirklees Nursery nurses: United Action Gave Us Confidence
Fight For Trade Union Rights In Colombia
Socialist Party features
Low Pay - No Way!
Weapons of mass destruction: A Web Of Lies From Day One
Gay Rights Aren't Only For Bishops
Genetic engineering: Science And Big Business
International socialist news and analysis
Kazakhstan: Foundry workers fight for nationalisation of factory
Africa in Crisis: Development reversed by Capitalism
"Stop The Reform Or We Will Stop The Country"
The Socialist 19 July 2003 |
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