‘Shoot to kill’ death of Jean Charles de Menezes – “This crime was unacceptable”
A statement by the IRA on its future role, which has been in the pipeline for some time, is still eagerly awaited by the British and Irish governments and the main political parties.
Britain: London bombings – national protests needed to oppose terror, war, racism and increased state repression.
Recent events have dramatically heightened the atmosphere of insecurity and tension in Britain, and particularly London.
More than 120 trade union activists and leaders of different trade unions attended a meeting organised by Trade Union Rights Campaign in the Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited Colony in Islamabad on 13 July.
A Yorkshire trade union rep’s viewpoint
Since the bombings, the Socialist Party has been calling for an emergency demonstration to be organised with the clear message: ‘No to terror, no to war, no to racism’.
Weeks of a vicious propaganda campaign against the proposal to hold a Pride Parade in Jerusalem resulted in demonstrators being stabbed by a reactionary ultra right-wing settler at the event on June 30.
An attempt to discredit the Chinese Revolution and, by association, the ideas of socialism.
The main reaction of working people to the horror of the London bombings has been a mood of unity against terrorism.