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28 June 2003
CABINET MINISTER Peter Hain's very modest proposal - to increase the tax rate paid by the rich - caused a political storm...
21 June 2003
WHEN I started working for the Post Office 12 years ago, they were making £ millions in profit, most of which went to the government, writes A Northwich Communication Workers' Union (CWU) member.
21 June 2003
THE WEALTH gap in Britain is widening rapidly. The most noticeable gainers have been the owners of big companies and their 'fat cat' top executives (themselves usually top shareholders), who are getting...
7 September 2001
NEXT TIME the credit runs out on your mobile phone and you need a fiver for a Vodaphone top-up card, think how that firm's top executives benefit from your cash, writes Chris Moore.
10 August 2001
MANUFACTURING IN Britain is now officially in recession. But this cold fact seems to have escaped Britain's fat cat bosses who continue to let the good times roll for themselves...
4 May 2001
Stop the fat cats making a killing out of health: AT A time when GPs are having to take action to protest about their workload, ROBIN CLAPP describes the state of hospital services in Bristol, a situation repeated throughout Britain...
13 April 2001
THE BOSSES have cottoned on that an economic recession is threatening and they're telling us we all have to make sacrifices. But these sacrifices are not all equal...
23 March 2001
*72% oppose privatisation of National Air Traffic Service
*76% demand renationalisation of railways
*52% oppose Labour's handling of foot and mouth outbreak
26 January 2001
Stop the privatisation disaster: PUT THE privatised rail bosses in the dock! That's the message from The Socialist and one that's coming loud and clear from the travelling public after last October's fatal Hatfield crash...
6 October 2000
THE GOVERNMENT have raised the national minimum wage by 10p an hour to £3.70. Previously New Labour refused to give such a rise - under 3% - for fear this would cause "a growth in inflation"!...
30 June 2000
IN OPPOSITION, New Labour pledged that they would end the massive tax avoidance and corruption by the rich which was rife under the Tories, writes John Reid.
14 April 2000
§ £30 million for Fat Cat bankers: TONY BLAIR said a few weeks ago that he finds being Prime Minister "tougher than expected". Millions of working-class people in Britain find living under Blair's New Labour government tough too...
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