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For a world without Nazism

by our European Affairs correspondent

RUSSIAN forces are working to expand their control in the Kiev region from the eastern and western directions to the Ukrainian capital whilst concentrating their efforts to assist the Donetsk and Lugansk militias in their offensive to drive the Ukrainians out of the areas of western Donbas that the Kiev regime still occupies. In Moscow, over 200,000 people gathered at Moscow’s Luzhini Stadium to hear President Putin say that Russia will prevail.

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Save our Ferries

by New Worker correspondent

SEVERAL hundred P&O Ferries workers and supporters held a protest outside DP World’s London offices last week before marching to a rally outside Parliament. The rally was called by the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) following the mass sacking of ferry staff on 17th March by DP World, who are the owners of P&O Ferries.

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No to NATO, No to War!

WE ARE in the middle of a hate-campaign not seen since the dark Cold War days of the McCarthy era, We’re being swamped with hysterical anti-Russian propaganda to justify sanctions and more military aid to the Ukrainian fascists.

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Stand by the Seafarers

The mass dismissal of hundreds of P&O ferry workers reflects the reality of the world we live in today. Sacking workers to make way for cheaper scab labour was the norm in Victorian days when unions were barely legal and Management’s “right to manage” was the mantra of all the mainstream parties of the day. But it was more or less outlawed by legislation and agreed terms that the unions won through their industrial muscle in the decades that followed the Second World War.

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