By Jane West
There are only two possible outcomes to the General Election in May this year. Either Cameron will be returned to Number 10 or he will be replaced by Ed Miliband as Labour Prime Minister.
For the left and all progressive people the choice is unequivocal: kick out the Tories and put Ed Miliband and Labour in Number 10.
The storm that has swirled around Ed Miliband's head over recent days has been entirely the result of hostile media manufactures and the machinations of backbench uber-Blairites. But they have exploited the mistakes and terrible weaknesses of Labour's campaign for the general election.
By Tom O’Donnell
The question of devolution for Scotland has not been resolved by the outcome of the referendum. All three leading Westminster parties made a pledge just days before the vote, vowing fundamental reform of Scotland’s governance and a strict timetable for its implementation.
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CND and Stop the War Coalition protests against the NATO summit in Wales 30 August to 5 September
1) DEMONSTRATE Saturday 30th August
By Nicky Dempsey
Labour’s recent National Policy Forum was a missed opportunity on economic policy, one with potentially grave consequences. There was no attempt to address the economic crisis that Labour will inherit in 2015. As a result, the Labour leadership has also made it harder to win an overall majority next May, even when the Tories are flat-lining close to 30 per cent in the polls shows they cannot possibly win.
This Thursday (10 July) the government is facing the largest public sector strike since 2010.
Pay freezes and below-inflation pay rises have reduced public sector workers' pay by 20% since the coalition came to power in 2010, public sector pensions have been attacked and public services have been slashed across the country. So members of the NUT, Unite, GMB, Unison, FBU and PCS will be striking and taking part in demonstrations and rallies. (Details can be found here and here)
The June 21st national demonstration called by the People's Assembly Against Austerity (PAAA) was a major success. Bringing together 50,000 activists, campaigners and trade unionists in a broad coalition, under the theme of No More Austerity, represents a show of strength for a campaign only established a year ago.
People's Assembly Against Austerity
No More Austerity National Demonstration
Just a few days left to mobilise for this Saturday's national demonstration.
National Demonstration and Free Festival
BBC HQ, Portland Place, LondonTube: Oxford Circus
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Fight austerity and racist scapegoating
Previous publications (PDF):
Revolution and Counter-revolution in the Middle East, pamphlet
Unite to fight the Tory attacks, leaflet
Investment not cuts, leaflet
Drop cuts not bombs, leaflet