UK

Unwaged fightback - A history of Islington Action Group of the Unwaged - 1980-86

The history of an unwaged workers' group in 1980s London, its efforts to establish and run a centre for the unemployed and its relationship to the Miners' Strike and other struggles of its times.

TV Times 28 October - 3 November

Welcome to Class War's weekly TV guide for the revolutionary couch potato. This week we have the hardly surprising news that mosques discriminate against women, Russian and French state terrorism, Freaks and an anti-imperialist classic. Oh – and hopefully Class War founder Ian Bone on More4.

Telegraph journalists vote for strike action

76% voted in favour of industrial action.

NUJ members at the Telegraph newspaper have voted 76% in favour of strike action. Staff are unhappy with work pattern changes following a move to Victoria from Canary Wharf.

Rapsons bus drivers vote in favour of strike action

The workers voted four to one in favour of a strike

Bus drivers have announced the result of Wednesday's ballot.

The Dawning of a New Era

An article reflecting on the Labour Party's 1997 election victory, it's consequences and leftist illusions in them as a working-class party.

The Wee Man is Dead: An obituary of Robert Lynn

Anarcho-syndicalism, racism and struggle

Interesting account of an anarcho-syndicalist and member of the Direct Action Movement about being an ethnic "minority" in Britain and how to oppose racism, from around 1983.

Stagecoach bus driver's strike a success

700 workers took part in the strike

An initial strike by bus drivers at Stagecoach North East has been praised by the unions, with further strike action planned for tomorrow.

Thousands protest against Royal Surrey Hospital closure

St. Lukes cancer centre is threatened by the cuts.

7,000 people rallied in Guildford last Saturday as part of a fight to save the Royal Surrey Hospital from closure.

Cambridge students occupy!

Cambridge students occupy lecture site

Students at the University of Cambridge staged an occupation on Tuesday 24 October and demanded that University Vice-Chancellor Alison Richard stop lobbying for an even higher university tuition fee.