The monthly survey

Submitted by cathy n on 22 August, 2014 - 5:55

Teachers' union at crossroad (Pat Murphy)
Fighting redundancies in Liverpool (Cate Murphy)
Youth in Britain, never had it so good? (Niall Brown)
Fight for democracy in New Labour (Adie Kemp)
Students must build on the ground (Mick Duncan)
New solutions? No solutions! Bill Davies
The transformations of vegetarians into cannibals and cannibals into profits (Ann Mack)
Mad cows and Mad economics (Colin Foster)
Mad cows and Englishmen (Les Hearn)

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Monthly survey AWL Wed, 07/30/2014 - 15:57

Russia after the elections (interview with Boris Kagarlitsky)
Hopes and fears in Bosnia (Chris Reynolds)
Oppose the Asylum Bill! (Dale Street)
Who backs Scargills SLP? (Tom Willis)
Stalemate in N.Ireland. Why? (John O' Brien)
Defend Nigerias workers! Mark (Sandell)
Blackboard jungles: why school violence?

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How to fight education cuts AWL Fri, 07/18/2014 - 13:27

Campaigning against cuts at the grass roots level in education.

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Tough On Kids, Tough On the Causes of Kids! (1997)

Submitted by dalcassian on 21 June, 2014 - 4:40

Labour's Shadow Home Secretary, Jack Straw, recently proposed a curfew on children. He opened his heart and mind to Workers Liberty reporter Patrick Avakuum.
AS Tony Blair's team waits impatiently to cross the floor of the House of Commons and show that they can outdo the Tories, Jack Straw, Labour's Shadow Home Secretary has emerged as an unexpected Front Bench star in this brilliant company.