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by our Eastern European Affairs correspondent

THE PRIME Minister is battling for her political life following a week of U-Turns and economic turmoil that forced her to sack the Chancellor and replace him with a bitter rival who many now see as the real power behind the throne in Downing Street. But whilst the new Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, does his best to calm a jittery market by reversing virtual all of Truss’s tax cuts the general view in Westminster, on all sides of the House, is that Liz Truss will be gone before Christmas.

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by New Worker correspondent

ON THE EVE of its belated annual conference the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has published a curate’s egg of a report entitled Companies for People: How to make businesses work for workers, which is worthy of some attention.

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Looking to Beijing

COMMUNISTS all over the world are looking to Beijing this week. There, thousands of delegates and observers have gathered for the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

Read the full story here >> Looking to Beijing