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13 April 2011

Portugal:'We won't pay their debt!'

End the dictatorship of the capitalist markets: The latest eurozone country to face a default on its sovereign debt is Portugal, whose minority government of prime minister Jose Socrates collapsed on 23 March...

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5 April 2011

Belt-Tightening Brown Threatens Cutbacks

GORDON BROWN has warned his fellow ministers to abandon any hopes of big rises in next year's public spending round...

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Demonstrations in France against attacks on pension rights, photo Judy Beishon

Demonstrations in France against attacks on pension rights, photo Judy Beishon

15 December 2010

Europe: Working class enters the struggle

The tenth world congress of the socialist international to which the Socialist Party is affiliated, the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI), took place in Belgium between 1 and 9 December...

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17 November 2010

Britain's trillion pound horror story

TV review: EVER SINCE the worldwide economic recession started in 2008, Britain's bankers and big business have been trying to avoid responsibility for the crisis...

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29 September 2010

Is Ireland's economy going bust?

THE IRISH government has imposed a series of savage austerity measures to reduce the country's large budget deficit...

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Joe Higgins, the Irish Socialist Party's MEP, speaking at central SYRIZA rally in Athens, Greece

Joe Higgins at SYRIZA rally in Greece

26 May 2010

Greece: 2,500 hear Socialist MEP Joe Higgins declare week of action

THE SOCIALIST Party (CWI Ireland) MEP Joe Higgins spoke at a recent meeting in Athens, which was attended by up to 2,500 members and friends of the left coalition group Syriza, writes Harris Sideris, Xekinima (CWI Greece).

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The dramatic events of Greece in the days before the election, with workers in an immense general strike besieging the Greek parliament, must also have exercised a powerful effect on the outlook of many British workers., photo BBC video screen shot

The dramatic events of Greece in the days before the election, with workers in an immense general strike besieging the Greek parliament, must also have exercised a powerful effect on the outlook of many British workers., photo BBC video screen shot

12 May 2010

Greece: the struggle must continue and intensify

ON THURSDAY 5 May, workers across Greece took part in a huge general strike in angry opposition to a new austerity cuts package. Press statement issued by Xekinima (the Socialist Party's counterpart in Greece)...

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Greek workers battle police during two day strike , photo BBC video screen shot

Greek workers battle police during two day strike , photo BBC video screen shot

5 May 2010

Eurozone hit by debt crises

Turmoil reveals limits of European integration: The countries that adopted the euro are facing the most precarious situation for their currency union since they started using the euro in 2002...

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28 April 2010

Debt balloons go up in Brighton Kemptown

Dave Hill, TUSC parliamentary candidate for Brighton Kemptown, released 168 balloons on 24 April, each one representing 1 billion to symbolise the government deficit...

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Privatisation vulture, photo Alan Hardman

Privatisation vulture, photo Alan Hardman

10 March 2010

Hands off our NHS!

TRADE UNIONISTS, health activists and local communities have been protesting in recent weeks at plans to close critical care and maternity services in general hospitals...

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17 February 2010

Winter Olympics: Shortage of snow but no shortage of debts?

THE 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics have started in the Vancouver-Whistler area of Canada. Many Canadians are looking forward to the sports and hoping for gold, especially in ice-hockey. However there...

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10 February 2010

Fast news

Energy price shock: AHEAD OF its expected announcement of an "embarrassingly high" record 540 million profit for 2009, British Gas has announced a small cut in consumer prices of 7%...

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27 January 2010

Haiti: Survivors shackled by huge debt and poverty

HAITI'S EARTHQUAKE survivors - overwhelmingly poor before the disaster struck - are now homeless and unemployed, writes Dave Carr.

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13 January 2010

Iceland debt crisis: Make the 'dirt bags' pay!

ATTEMPTS TO make Iceland's population of 320,000 pay 11,000 each to bail out the bankers, has run into the buffers, writes John Sharpe.

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17 November 2009

A global crisis, and the particular crisis in Britain

This is a truly global crisis. Virtually no country has escaped its effects. Globally it is the poorest people in the poorest countries who are suffering the most. However, the OECD correctly predicted...

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7 October 2009

Foreign aid - chaining the world to capitalism

AS SRI Lanka's Tamil population fled from the bloody and bitter fighting after the recent civil war, British Foreign Secretary David Miliband promised Britain would send aid, writes Ben Norman.

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TUC rally in Westminster against cuts in public spending, photo by Paul Mattsson

15 September 2009

No to cuts in jobs and services

ALL OF Britain's capitalist politicians aim to tackle the economic crisis of recession and public-sector debt by hitting out at vital public services and public-sector workers.

But who caused and worsened the present recession and massive public debt?

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Youth Fight For Jobs march 2 April 2009, photo Paul Mattsson

Youth Fight For Jobs march 2 April 2009, photo Paul Mattsson

26 August 2009

Jobs and education not dole and debt

Join the demonstration on 28 November in London
* Fight for real jobs
* Fight for free education
How many obstacles can the government put in front of young people who want a decent future? The brutal testing regime of the British education system and the bleak prospect of 23,000 worth of graduate debt have not satisfied Gordon Brown and Co, Danny Melia and Sarah Sachs-Eldridge write.

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23 June 2009

Economy - 'Green shoots' are without real roots

"ARMAGEDDON IS behind us" commented Larry Fink, the owner and chief executive of BlackRock on the prospects for the world economy, writes Ken Douglas.

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29 April 2009

Budget 2009 - debts passed to all of us

"Get ready for dirty hospitals and crumbling schools" warned a journalist following the government budget last week...

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