Monthly Archives: May 2013

Why arming Syria’s rebels might be a bad idea.

In an article published recently in Left Foot Forward, Marko Attila Hoare speaks in favour of arming the Syrian rebels: “According to the dictum attributed to Edmund Burke, all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men … Continue reading

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Time to take on tax scroungers

Retail giant Marks & Spencer has now been added to a growing shame list of tax avoiders ranking among Amazon, Starbucks & Google whose sickening charade of paying well below their fair share despite raking in billions from a loyal … Continue reading

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The European elections 2014 – a pending disaster for the Left?

By Dave Parks, Exeter Left Unity Coordinator (personal capacity) This article was written following a debate on this subject on the TUSC Facebook page. I would like to thank the participants in that debate for the comradely nature of the exchange. … Continue reading

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The ‘precariat’ fighting for a better world

By Mark Wright This is the term given to many under paid over worked young people in particular but can apply to many those who are in and out of work all the time never knowing where the next pay … Continue reading

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More misery for workers

According to the latest official figures unemployment now stands at 7.9% after soaring between December and February to 2.56 million, an increase of 7,000; the proportion of people in work has subsequently slumped by 2,000 to just under 30 million. … Continue reading

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