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Rant Provoking Article
Firms have welcomed a proposed £600,000 cash injection
to spruce up the streets they trade in.
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I am raising these questions here because the conference pages on UB do not seem to be too active yet.
Since I don't have any institutional or union backing, I will not be able to attend but will certainly take advantage of any such online access as Eric is proposing. Given the title, 'From Social Networks to Social Revolutions', and the red flag symbol, plus its siting in the volatile periphery between Europe and the so-called Global South, I am very much looking forward to this…Continue
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Who Will Pay the Price?
The answer is people like the 90 year old who as spend over 50 years caring for his disabled son featured @ “http://www.thisisleicestershire.co.uk/Alf-90-tells-life-time-carer/story-13025345-detail/story.htmll”.
All politicians should bow their heads in shame as…Continue
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Consultant to Knighthood on Millionaires Row
The Gravy Train
@ Suck Up-to Privatisation Station
Why is it always necessary to bring in outsiders into public bodies? They are the least equipped to be able even manage a situation let alone sort out any serious issues. For many it is their first…Continue
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Hi, you all people who believe four-hour day could be the only way out from the madness of neoliberalism, in order to get full employment, a stable economy, free time for all human beings and a better quality of life, must go to te link and vote there.
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If you want to see the brilliant illustration/poster accompanying this posting, you'll have to go to New Unionism, of check out the URLs given (which I have not yet tried).
Now read on...
Recent calls for activists to occupy Wall…Continue
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Global Labour Column
Building progressive alliances
by Asbjørn Wahl*
Number 65, July 2011
The social conflict in Europe has…
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Leicestershire Council staff face losing sick pay for short-term absences
Leicester Mercury headline Tuesday, July 26, 2011
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Internal migration (within the country) is largest in India. Maharashtra has received maximum net in-migrants. Net out-migrants of state are from Uttar Pradesh, Kerala and Bihar. Greater Mumbai receive maximum net in-migrants for urban areas. Today there are many migrant tribals form Bihar, Orissa states in various villages, towns and cities in TamilNadu and Kerala. Delhi is recently filled with people from south, northeast and north of country. Majority of male migrate due to work and…Continue
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Life, Labour, Climate
As radicals, it is our job to respond to the very newest political formations, and few have…
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Workplace deaths increased in coalition government’s first year. As appalling has the figures are, they are not likely to make any nationals or even local media headlines. Do the media feel readers are not interested in such statistic or is it felt, it would jeopardise the building of a stronger work culture?
Despite recession and high unemployment, provisional figures released by the H&SE on 28 June revealed that…Continue
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Assuming that a democracy is where the electorate elect people to run the Government, the answer is clearly no!
We are only allowed to elect people to represent our interest and in doing so, hopefully stand up to those who control not just our country but all countries throughout the world.
Make no mistake these are the ruling class and they are certainly not people that would ever lower themselves to being elected even if they could ensure they would be elected.…Continue
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Samsung has been keeping antiunion policy: they didn't allow to make union; they physically and mentally violated and even kidnapped workers who tried to establish union in Samsung for several decades; and they violated the workers' family members as well. Recently, finally, Samsung union have got an official establishment registration from government, however, a vice president of the union has fired before an hour when they received the certificate.
At the same time four…
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