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25 October 2007
"REMEMBER THIS date: October 18, 2007. On this day, Nicolas Sarkozy's five year term will really begin", the conservative newspaper Le Figaro wrote... By Karl Debbaut, Committee for a Workers' International (CWI)
17 May 2007
GLOBAL WARMING and consequent climate change 'can be solved' according to the third part of the major 2007 study from the UN-sponsored committee of scientists (IPCC), issued in Bangkok early in May...
11 January 2007
NEW LABOUR claims to defend both the environment and public services. Their claims look hollow following the large rises recently announced in rail prices.
6 July 2006
SHEFFIELD'S "WE Want Our Buses Back" campaign is preparing to support bus drivers as they are get ready to strike over a 1.8% pay offer from a company (First) that increased fares by nearly 50% last year, writes Calvin Payne, Sheffield.
22 May 2004
A DISASTER - that's how most people see privatisation of public transport. This has not prevented Thatcher's "counter-revolution" spreading to most parts of the world. Indeed, Blair's government is still implementing the part-privatisation...
10 January 2004
MANY PEOPLE found returning to work after Christmas even more gruelling this year. Rail users faced fare rises of up to three times the rate of inflation, together with both new and continuing delays on many lines...
7 February 2003
THE BIGGEST road-widening programme for 20 years was announced in December. £5.5 billion is to be spent on transport, largely on road schemes, like extra lanes on the M1 and M6 and £600 million for local
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