The second week of industrial action at Hunterston nuclear power station began today. We present this report by one of the striking workers from today's picket line.
An account of the riots at the popular West London carnival which were sparked by the arbitrary harassment and arrests of young black attendees by police. Taken together with similar anti-police riots such as those in Broadwater Farm and Brixton in 1981 they forced a dramatic change in policing methods in the the capital.
British Energy and British Nuclear Group keep up the pressure on striking workers at Hunterston.
Following the 2 day strike Balfour Kilpatrick bosses remain adamant that they won’t return the 50p enhancement to electricians pay that had been in place for 30 years.
Welcome back to Class War’s TV guide for the revolutionary couch potato. With the political conference season starting, it is now particularly important to check those schedules rather than just switching on the telly willy-nilly!
Comment on the latest case of call centre jobs "transferred" to India, and the trades union response to it, from Norwich Class War.