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unite cans heinz strike – Alfred Stevens on the end of the Wigan Heinz dispute (updated/abridged in PDF)
PM: ‘striking never achieves anything’ – Sharon Borthwick didn’t think much of David Cameron’s advice to striking workers
‘no cuts?’ ‘no chance!’ – David Huckerby on Sheffield Homes’ cuts plans
education: their vote isn’t the end of our struggle – editorial of The Commune
can student struggles engage with campus staff? – students’ and workers’ struggles at Bristol university
build the movement or build the party? – Sinead Rylance saw sectarianism at play in the KCL occupation
LSE occupation: 1968 and all that – Jack Staunton saw more hope in the college students’ protests than the occupation at his uni
mobilisation versus representation – Joe Thorne looks at the conflicting dynamics of the November-December student movement and the role of the left
where next for network x? – Daniel Harvey reports on the activist gathering in Manchester
from celtic tiger to death by a thousand cuts – Ronan McAoidh on the economic and political crisis engulfing Ireland