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2 September 2008

Building a new workers' party: trade unionist initiative needed

A number of left trade union leaders have recognised that the Labour Party in councils and in government is not going to stop trying to push through privatisation, writes John McInally, vice-president of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), in a personal capacity.

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20 September 2007

Time for a new party

Break with Labour: The new merged union 'Unite' is leading a lobby of Labour Party conference on Sunday 23 September... By Rob Williams, Unite convenor, Swansea Visteon plant, personal capacity

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13 September 2007

Fighting Unions Need a New party

RMT protest against Tube privatisation, photo Paul Mattsson

RMT protest against Tube privatisation, photo Paul Mattsson

Smash the pay freeze: Insisting that public sector workers must accept below inflation pay rises - in reality, pay cuts - Gordon Brown showed how little difference there is between the Blair and Brown governments... By Councillor Dave Nellist Chair, Campaign for a New Workers' Party.



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19 July 2007

Build a new workers' party

PCS workers on strike 1 May 2007. Workers need a party to represent their needs. Photo Paul Mattsson

PCS workers on strike 1 May 2007. Workers need a party that will defend their interests. Photo Paul Mattsson

Trade unions - break with New Labour: Rail workers' union (RMT) general secretary Bob Crow broadened the debate about the need for a new workers' party when he addressed the National Shop Stewards Network recently...

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10 May 2007

How we can fight to build a new workers' party

"ABANDONED BY New Labour, working people need a political voice," said Chris Baugh, assistant general secretary of the PCS union...

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7 February 2007

BLAIR MUST GO!

Blair's strings to big business Time for a new workers' party: The 'cash for peerages' scandal has again reared its head with more arrests and police now circling around Tony Blair himself, writes Rob Windsor, Socialist Party Councillor, Coventry

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