What's the issue?
Pensions across both the public and private sectors are under attack, with increasingly strong measures being taken to try and reduce the amount paid to workers on retirement, and increase the amount of time spent at work before retirement is an option.
This article outlines what fascism is, how it is growing in the 21st Century United Kingdom, how it has nothing to offer working people and how we can combat it.
What is fascism?
Our analysis of what is wrong with the UK health system and National Health Service, the reasons behind it, and what we as ordinary people can do about it.
Two men were arrested in Lancashire last week in the biggest explosives haul ever found at a house in the UK.
Robert Cottage (49), of Talbot Street, Colne, and David Bolus Jackson (62), of Trent Road, Nelson, appeared at a Pennine magistrate's court charged under the Explosive Substances Act 1883. Mrs Christiana Buchanan, acting for the prosecution in court, suggested that the pair had "some kind of masterplan".
Another installment from the picket line for libcom.org news. "The dispute continues with no resolve in sight, we need support".
1st day of the 5th week in our dispute with Balfour Kilpatrick.
Our dispute with BK has still not reached a resolution.
This is the long version of the pamphlet, it contains "Good Old-fashioned Trade Unionism" as well as "Outside and Against the Unions".
We lay out what we think that we, as ordinary people, can do to make our lives, our communities, our jobs and our planet better.
In our ideas here we have not made any suggestions about what the government should do, or how we would run things if we were elected like political parties do. This is because we believe that political parties and governments are part of the problem, not part of any solution to the world’s problems.
Corporate giant Nestle has threatened workers with job losses if they refuse to accept a 15% reduction in wages.
Nestle has threatened to move more production out of York if unions do not agree to a 15% reduction in wages for its remaining workforce after announcing last month that it was axing 645 jobs and moving some production to other factories in the UK and Europe.