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Submitted by Daniel_Randall on Mon, 02/02/2009 - 17:23

As Nick points out, the demands that Belboid cites are a new, and positive, development. As I understand it, the events outside Unite's offices were not "counter-protests against the strikes" and were called by the Campaign Against Immigration Controls (which the AWL participates in), not by random "AWL members". There have been none of what Mark P refers to as "AWL counter-protests".

Mark P's and Belboid's sectarian bullishness is disgraceful; at least Tom's trying to work through the issues. If I was a migrant worker, I think I'd be feeling incredibly threatened and got at by the strikewave. We have as much of a responsibility to have a "dialogue" with them as we do with the strikers.

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