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Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 219, December 24 Tenth Anniversary of Election of Kim Jong Il as Supreme Leader of Korean People's Army, Foreign Office Meets with DPRK Delegation in London, Sweeping Anti-Chongryun Campaign in Japan; Ethnic Banks’ Bankruptcy Develops to Political Repression, Train Workers in 24-hour Strike, US Scraps ABM Treaty – And Post-Sept. 11 Co-operative Spirit As Well?, For Your Reference: Argentina Suspends Debt Payments.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 218, December 22 Push to Extend US Imperialist Aggression by Attacking Iraq: Hands Off Iraq! No to the Use of Force to Settle Conflicts!, From Our West Midlands Correspondent: More Jobs To Be Lost As Crisis Deepens, Kidderminster Hospital Campaigners Take Case to European Court, OSCE Interferes in Central Asian States to "Fight Terrorism", More Evidence of Nato War Crimes in Yugoslavia, Evil Unleashed, European Press Blames IMF and United States for Argentine Bankruptcy, Fidel Castro at 3rd Association of Caribbean States Summit End Unjust Wars.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 217, December 19 Britain to lead "International Security Assistance Force" in Afghanistan, SWT Workers to Stage 48-hour Strikes, NEC to Make 1,260 Workers Redundant in Scotland, Communiqué of FARC-EP.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 216, December 18 Pay Gap Continues to Widen, Rail Workers in Strike Ballot, Police Opposition to Government Proposals, Gerry Adams of Sinn Féin Visits Cuba, Security Council Fails to Pass Measure on Middle East Violence through US Veto.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 215, December 17 In Memoriam: Peter Devenport, Demonstrations Questioning the European Union Take Place in Belgium, Tony Blair Commits to EU Arrest Plans, Robert Mugabe Condemns Tony Blair, International Secretariat of Amnesty International: William Stobie, Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases: Statement regarding US withdrawal from ABM Treaty 1972.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 214, December 14 Anti-EU Summit March National News: Tony Blair Rules Out Aid for Consignia, Unemployment Rises Again in November, House of Commons Motion Deploring David Blunkett's Offensive Remarks, For Your Reference: The Ease with which a "Public Emergency" is Declared and Maintained, International Commentary: How May Afghanistan "Rise From the Rubble"?, For Your Reference: Colin Powell Visit Hints at Long-Term Interests, Short-Term Trade-Offs in Post-Taleban Central Asia, National Stop the War Demonstration in London.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 213, December 13 Jack Straw’s Speech on "Europe after 11 September", Former Afghan President Condemns Interference in Afghan Affairs, Independent MP Speaks to Health Campaigners: Patients Are Treated As Second-Class People, Letter to the Editor: Local MP Grovels before Labour Government Line, Day of Music by Cornelius Cardew To Be Held.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 212, December 12 Anti-War Protests Continue: Huge Demonstration in Birmingham against Continuing Anglo-US War Aims, Tyneside Stop The War Coalition: Militant Action against Repression and for Freedom, Anti-War Protest at Northwood Military Base, Sheffield Anti-War Demonstration, "Anti-Terrorism" Legislation and the Defence of Rights: Pierre Boulez Held over 1960s' Ideological Comment, European Appeal Against Anti-Terror Laws: Democratic Rights Must Not Become the Collateral Damage Caused by the War Against Terrorism, Welsh MEP Upholds Minority Languages, International Activities: Somali Prime Minister Rejects US Charges, US Expands Military Training Programme in Philippines, Condemnation of US and Israeli War Crimes.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 211, December 10--11 Blunkett's Interview with The Independent on Sunday: Reactionary Direction and Deliberate Confusion of "Social Cohesion" and "Sense of Identity", International News In Brief: Russia and NATO Set Up Permanent Joint Council.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 210, December 7 Jack Straw Threatens Iraq, What Kind of Choice Is Alan Milburn Offering Patients?, London Regional Forum on the Mass Party Press Studies Legitimacy of States, Afghanistan: Interim Government Established, Humanitarian Crisis, Afghanistan Eyed as New Energy Transit Route, Geneva Convention Applies to Palestinian Territories, Actions of Romanian Workers .

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 209, December 6 London Political Forum: The Alternative Solution to the Anglo-US "New World Order", Britain’s Industrial Recession Worst for Decade, Unemployment Rises in Germany, For Your Reference on the Economy: UK-French Summit: "Flawless Relationship" Focusing on Strengthening EU as Military Power, French Air Traffic Controllers Strike, Illegal Bullets Used in Bloody Sunday Massacre, For Your Information on the Use of Depleted Uranium: US Used Nuclear Waste UN Sub-Commission Study on DU Moves Forward, Anti-War Demonstration in Birmingham.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 208, December 5 Defence Secretary Warns of Extending "War against Terrorism": No to Aggression and Intervention! No British Troops on Foreign Soil!, Anti-War Organisation Plans Hoon and Rumsfeld Prosecution, For Your Information: Opposition to Possible Anglo-US Attack on Iraq, Stepping Up Interference in Africa under the Guise of "Partnership", MPs Oppose Strict Timetabling of Anti-Terrorism Bill, Alcan Cuts 805 Jobs at European Plants.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 207, December 4 Bitter Fruits of the "War against Terrorism": Condemn the Israeli Zionist Aggression and its Anglo-US Backers!, Israeli Aggression and Occupation Carried out under the Signboard of Defeating the "War of Terrorism",The Palestinian Leadership Strongly Condemns Jerusalem Attacks Against Israeli Civilians, Palestinian Public Security Statement on the Declared State of Emergency, For Your Information: The Palestinian Scene.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 206, December 3 Plaid Cymru: Wales Is Being Left Out In the Cold, Study Finds Women in Wales Still Face Pay Disparity, Palestinian Leadership Condemns Israeli Escalation.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 205, November 30 More than 300,000 Cubans Protest against the Adjustment Act: For the Innocent Children Dragged to Such an Unjust and Unwarranted Death, We are Truly in Mourning, At the United Nations: 167 Countries Vote against the US Blockade of Cuba, Germany and France Stake Out Opposition, Teacher Shortages in Wales.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 204, November 28-29 Anti-terrorist Legislation Reaches Lords, K&C Hospital Day of Action: Massive Demonstration Supports Fight to Save Hospital, British Coal Sector Poised For Further Cuts, EU Militarisation and Drive to War, To Ensure Security and Long-Lasting Peace World-Wide, It Is Necessary to Fight against All Forms of Terrorism.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 203, November 27 Zimbabwe Does Not Need Enemies with Britain as its "Oldest Friend", The US-led Aggression against Afghanistan and the Pakistan State, Afghan Farmers Resume Planting Opium Poppies.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 202, November 26 Opposition to the Anti-Terrorism Bill, Stopping the War and Developing the Alternative.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 201, November 23 STOP THE WAR! Successful Communist Joint Public Meeting, Tony Blair Speaks at German SPD Congress: Who Is the Medievalist?, 15 Labour MPs Vote against Government, Britain’s North-South Divide Worsens, Grants not fees: Students Issue Stern Warning To Government over Funding Review, German Economy Contracts, No War in Our Name: No to Attacks on Civil Liberties Anywhere.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 200, November 21-22 Jack Straw’s Visit to Iran and Pakistan, For Your Information: Russia and NATO Commons Motion Supports Right of Kashmir People to Self-Determination, Thousands March to US Embassy in Athens, Serious Questions about Deaths at Corus, Hyde Park: Trade Union Activists Voices against the War.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 199, November 20 Anti-Terrorism Bill Being Rushed through Parliament, Stop the War Coalition – Not in My Name Demonstration – November 18, 2001, From the Placards and Banners on the Demonstration, Speeches at the Demonstration to Stop the War, London.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 198, November 19 Anti-war protest: 100,000 March in London against War in Afghanistan, Lack of Credibility of the Monopoly-Controlled Media, Congratulations on Joint Statement.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 197, November 16 NCP and RCPB(ML) Issue Joint Statement, Step Up the Struggle to Stop the War! Oppose the Anglo-US "New World Order"!, Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Bill: Enshrining Exceptional Measures as Permanent Law, Celebrating the October Revolution.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 196, November 15 World-wide Opposition to US-led War and Neo-liberal Globalisation, UN General Assembly: Terrorism and Humanitarian Crisis Top the Concerns at High-Level Debate, Cuba's Statement to the General Assembly Debate, The US and the Peace Process in Colombia.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 195, November 14 Strengthening the "Coalition’s" Foothold in Central Asia, Flouting the Norms of International Conduct under the Guise of "Defeating Terrorism", Involvement of the World Bank, Threats of Globalisation to School and Higher Education, For Your Information: Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Bill.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 194, November 13 Tony Blair’s Lord Mayor’s Banquet Speech: Talk of a New World Order while the Crisis Deepens.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 193, November 12 Successful Birmingham Anti-War Meeting, September 11 and the Law, Dangers of the Government’s Stance, The Responsibility of the Trade Union Movement.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 192, November 9 Tony Blair Rejects Call To End Use of Cluster Bombs, Pakistan President Says Bombing Must Stop Soon, Iraq to Call on UN for International Conference to Define Terrorism, Cuba Works Quickly to Recover after Worst Storm in 50 Years: "Nothing and Nobody Will Go Unprotected".

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 191, November 8 Speech by Fidel Castro Ruz, President of the Republic of Cuba: On the Present International Situation, the Economic and World Crisis and Its Impact on Cuba, Big Business Reluctant to Embrace Volunteerism in Regard to Charities, For Your Information: WTO Prepares to Meet Amidst Discord and Fears, UN Round-Up: Kofi Annan Sends Message to Central and Eastern Europe Conference on Combating Terrorism, Coalition's Activities: Germany Readies 3,900 Troops for "War on Terrorism", Italy to Send 2,700 Troops to "War against Terrorism", Czech Government Sends Troops to Participate in the "War on Terrorism", Russia and US Building up Air Base in Northern Afghanistan, Algeria Modifies Its Backing of "War against Terrorism".

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 190, November 7 Tony Blair Turns the Problems of the Economy Upside, Down Editorial: A Just and Peaceful Solution Is Possible! The Workers’ Opposition Must Be Built!, Discussions on the Political Programme of Opposition to the "War against Terrorism" at London Political Forum, Armed US Government Agents Prevent American Green Party Co-ordinator from Flying, Criminal Charges Against Firefighters at Ground Zero, Opposition of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez to US Bombing of Afghanistan, Brent UNISON and PCSU Demonstration for Safety at Work.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 189, November 6 Coalition's Activities: Europe's Leaders Gather in Downing Street, Tony Blair Prepares For Week of Diplomacy, Washington and Moscow Co-ordinate Afghanistan Policy, US Carpet-Bombs Northeast Afghanistan, Anti-War Actions: More Reports of Action against the "War on Terrorism", Special Evening of Theatre.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 188, November 5 Birmingham Trades Council Steps Up Its Activities against the War in Afghanistan, Successful Anti-War March through Newcastle, Remarks of Tina Downes to Newcastle Stop the War Rally, Anti-War Protesters Take Navy Officer Hostage, Anti-war March and Rally in Dublin, Iranian Leader Condemns US-led Strikes on Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden’s Statement of November 3.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 187, November 2 Tony Blair’s Diplomatic Tours, Tyneside Stop The War Coalition: March and Rally Against The War: "Give Peace A Chance", Letter to the Editor: Successful South London Stop the War Coalition Meeting, Iraq News In Brief: US Gears Up To Revive "Smart Sanctions" against Iraq, Thousands of Iraqi Volunteers Stage Pro-Palestinian Parade, Iraq Denies Terrorist Link, News In Brief: Taleban Still Defiant after Four Weeks of Bombardment, Qatar to Host WTO Summit .

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 186, November 1 The Legitimacy of States and the Domino Theory, Letter to the Editor: The Use of DU in the Afghanistan Bombing.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 185, October 31 Wild Accusations from the Prime Minister, London Political Forum: No to State Terrorism and War! For a Just and Peaceful Solution!, Birmingham Meeting Organised by Islamic Community Opposes War against Afghanistan, The Problem of Defining the Enemies of Britain, Blair Visits Syria to Urge Following the Coalition’s Aims, Medical Staff Complain of Inadequate Facilities at New PFI Hospital, Birmingham Public meeting: Coalition Against War.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 184, October 30 Jack Straw Begins Another Bout of Shuttle Diplomacy to Boost the "Coalition", UN Committee Faces Difficulties Defining Terrorism, Thousands of Pakistanis Head for Afghanistan to Join Anti-US War, High-Level Meetings in Russia and Central Asia, The World in Brief, "The Taleban Are Well Liked", 1965 Indonesian Massacre: What Britain and the US Knew but Never Revealed.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 183, October 29 The Oppression and Negation of the National Rights of the Palestinian People Must Be Ended, Israel Cancels “Withdrawal”, An Immediate End to Genocidal Attacks by Israel on the Palestinian People! An Immediate Withdrawal of Israeli Troops from All Occupied Arab Territories!, British Admiral Warns that Afghan Campaign Could Last 50 Years, Anthrax Bacteria Likely to Be US military Strain, Letter to the Editor: Tony Blair is Acting as a Dictator .

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 182, October 25 An Advance Based on the Republican Movement’s Principled Stand, Anti-war Demonstration in Dublin, Welsh Assembly Debates Military Action in Afghanistan, Walthamstow Vigil and Open Air Meeting, Together we can stop the war!, Walthamstow Vigil.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 181, October 24 War Is Not a Clean Business, Opinion: Calling the Taleban Order "Chaos" and Big Power Intervention "Order", IRA Statement on Decommissioning Arms, Sinn Féin Welcomes IRA Statement.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 180, October 23 Jack Straw’s Support for Bombing and Assassination, Editorial: Making a Difference, Commentary: The Role of the Media in the "War against Terrorism", Anti-War MPs Oppose Minister’s Insults, Early Day Motion 240 on Afghanistan, Update on the "war against terrorism": British Ground Troops Ready to Invade Afghanistan, Uzbekistan Refuses US Permission to Launch Attacks, Iraq Again Repulses British and US Warplanes, Civil Liberties: Proposed Retrospective Legislation Would Breach Human Rights Act, "Observatory" to Monitor Post September 11 Laws, Looking to the Future.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 179, October 22 Demonstrators Stage Sit-Down Protest against the "War on Terrorism", Protests Against US Aggression: Turkey, Yugoslavia, Thousands Join Anti-Nuclear Protests in France, For Your Information: European Leaders on Follow-Up to the September 11 Attacks and the "Fight against Terrorism", Opinion: People Must Not Be Victims of Atrocious War.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 178, October 19 Why Should Tony Blair Act as though He Were World President?, Afghanistan Bombing Raids Leave Largest Number of Victims Yet, World Food Day: World Hunger Gets Worse, Viewpoint: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Are Riding Again with the United States and Britain as Shield Bearers, The World In Brief: Africa, Asia & the Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Russia and Central Asia,

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 177, October 18 Update: Tony Blair Declares Open War against the Taleban Government, Actions: Campaign against the Nice Treaty Mass Sit-Down Protest against the Bombing, Commentary: Oil and Gas Resources of Central Asia and the "War against Terrorism", News In Brief: Concern by Muslims over Proposed Legislation, Regulation Adviser Warns on Anti-Terrorist Regulations, British Ministers Travelling to Boost Coalition, Stands Taken against the Aggression on Afghanisatan: Plaid Cymru Opposition to Bombing of Afghanistan, Green Party Broadcasts to Afghanistan, Two Articles by John Pilger.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 176, October 17 Emergency Legislation: The Disquiet over David Blunkett’s "Anti-Terrorist" Legislation, For Your Information: Announcement of Emergency Anti-Terrorist Bill, Commentary: Behind the Justifications, News In Brief: Ghent European Council.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 175, October 16 Further Demonstrations against the War on Afghanistan, Workers at Viasystems Hold Their Own March and Meeting, Rover Workers Reject Pay Deal, Punishment or Retaliation?, Stop the Attack on Afghanistan!, Iraq Rejects Link To Anthrax, Statement of Yasser Arafat.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 174, October 15 Building Unity in Action against Anglo-US Aggression, State Terrorism and for a Just and Peaceful Solution.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 173, October 12Call of RCPB(ML) - Step Up the Struggle against State Terrorism, Aggression and War!, Newcastle Students Hold Teach-In on the "War Against Terrorism", Stop the War!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 172, October 11 Westminster Kingsway College Forum on War and Terrorism, BA Unions to Fight £37m Pay Cuts Plan, NATO Parliamentary Assembly: Cold War Justifications for Use of Force and Increased Militarisation, Organisation of Islamic Conference: Kofi Annan Says OIC Has Key Role in Fighting Terrorism, Fidel Castro: US Has Not Shown Proof, DPRK Foreign Ministry on Launch of US Military Operation, Libya Recalls 1986 US Attacks, Protests Continue in Indonesia, Let us raise our voices against US terrorism and the imperialist war, Osama bin Laden's Recorded Statement.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 171, October 10 Campaigners across Scotland Condemn Military Strikes, Anti-War Protesters in Glasgow Arrested, "Not in Our Name" Vigil in Newcastle-upon Tyne, Further International Condemnation of Anglo-US Attacks, Public Meeting For Media Workers against the War, British Muslims Condemn Attacks, Islamic Conference Warns Strikes Must Avoid Civilians, Majority of UN Member States Denounce Use of Force as a Measure to Eliminate Terrorism, UN Calls for Civilians to Be Protected, For Your Information Tony Blair's War Cabinet, Taleban Condemns Aggression as Terrorist Act, Viewpoint: The War Has Begun, Letter to Kim Jong Il on Occasion of 56th Anniversary of WPK.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 170, October 9 Thousands Participate in London Anti-War Protests, Tony Blair’s Statement, Kabul Awakes to Sound of Anti-Aircraft Fire.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 169, October 8 No to Anglo-American Aggression against Afghanistan! For a Just and Peaceful Solution!, Anti-War Protesters Take to the Streets, Tony Blair’s Statement, Opium Production Plummets 91% in Afghanistan.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 168, October 5 The Prime Minister’s Statement to Parliament, Osama Bin Laden Network Suspect Says He Was Tortured into Confessing, News In Brief: US and British Special Forces Already Operating, Britain Nominated to Chair UN Committee, From the UN 56th General Assembly Plenary Debate on Terrorism.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 167, October 4 Blair to Address Emergency Parliament Session, Commentators Scorn Tony Blair’s New World Order, Government’s Proposed New Powers, Concern over Jobs Crisis, NATO Formally Invokes Article 5, Taleban Demands Evidence and Respect for International Law.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 166, October 3 Tony Blair’s Labour Party Conference Speech: Justifications for "War against Terrorism" Do Not Add Up and Betray Blind Chauvinism, People in East London Meet to Oppose "War Against Terrorism", Statement of Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia, Anti-War Demonstration in Athens, UN General Assembly Opens Plenary Debate on Terrorism, Presidential Address by Gerry Adams to the Sinn Fein Ard Fheis.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 165, October 2 Labour Party Conference Opens: Pleading Solidarity and Social Justice while Preparing for War and State Terror, West Midlands: Rover to Build Luxury Car at the Expense of Italian Workers, Rally Against War and Vigil for Peace in Newcastle, Birmingham Stop the War Coalition and Birmingham Trades Union Council: Public Meeting - NO WAR !, British NGOs in Joint Call for Restraint, A Joint Civil Society Statement on the Tragedy in the United States, We Must Stand Up For Human Rights, CYU of Vietnam: Urgent Appeal, The United States and their South Korean Accomplices Increase Efforts to Block the North-South Reconciliation Process in Order to Stop the Process of the Peaceful Reunification of Korea.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 164, October 1 In the light of September 11: Organising the Working Class to Take Up its Historic Role, Peace Protest Targets Labour Party Conference, First Anniversary of the Palestinian Uprising: Support the Just Struggle of the Palestinian People in Defence of Their Rights, A peaceful solution is still possible, says Fidel Castro.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 163, September 28UN Security Council Concerned at Afghanistan Humanitarian Crisis, Terrorism Debate in General Assembly to Involve over 100 Countries, Iraq Condemns US Terrorism, Iran Refuses Participation in US-led Attacks, Israeli Intelligence Implicated In Attacks on United States, IMF Warns of World Economic Recession, Statement of Arab Communist and Workers Parties.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 162, September 27 Demanding Support for the War Plans in the Name of the "Left", Stop the War! , Public meeting -For peace and justice - Stop the War!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 161, September 26 Whom Is the Coalition’s Fight With?, Escaping from Whom?, British Government Steps Up Troop Deployment, US Navy Presses Ahead with Bombing on Vieques, Text of Taleban Leader's Speech, The Taleban Will Never Surrender, US Crisis – Peace Not War!, Liverpool TUC Anti-War March, EU Plans To Combat "Terrorism"Also Cover Political Protests, IRA Statement on Intensifying Talks with Decommissioning Body.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 160, September 25 The Support and Solidarity Tony Blair Is Drumming Up for the US-Led Coalition, Editorial: Adoption of the "War against Terrorism" as Official Policy, News In Brief: Germany Denies Elite Troops En Route to Afghanistan, US loses spy plane over Afghanistan, Military build-up, SAS clash with Taleban, Blair has made Britain a target, Cuba Proclaims that It Is Opposed to Terrorism and Opposed to War.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 159, September 24 Peace Vigils and Anti-War Protests, Plan for Anti-War Blockades, Peace Protesters Gather At Air Base, Plaid Cymru Conference Hears Plea for Peaceful Solution, Viasystems announces further closure: "How We Are Going to Make Ourselves Special in the Future", Government Announces Funding to Strengthen Links between Universities and Industry.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 158, September 22 Preparing for a Long-Term Offensive, Workers' Weekly: September 15-22 Issue of Workers’ Weekly Published, Gearing up for Imperialist War Abroad: Blair Pledges Britain Will Be Involved in Military Strikes, Clare Short Dissents, But Supports Globalisation, Robertson Insists NATO Stands Firm, Emergency EU Summit, Massive US Deployment of Overseas Military Forces Begins, The Suicide Attacks on the US, Movement for Justice Statement on the New International Crisis, Statement of Taleban Leader, Cuba Reiterates Call for a World Awareness against Terrorism, China’s Stand, Vigil Outside Downign Street.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 157, September 19 Demonstrators at Downing Street Oppose Military Retaliation, Dangerous Propaganda against "Terrorists" in Britain, Letters to the Editor: Defending the Rights of All, State Sponsored Gangsterism and Hooliganism in World Affairs, Arab NGOs’ Statement on Terrorist Attack, North Glasgow Medical Secretaries Take Action, London Underground Bidder Considers NHS PPP Deal, British Warplanes Bomb Iraq, International News: Indian Trade Unions Protest against Judgment on Contract Workers.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 156, September 18 The Beliefs the Prime Minister Holds Strongly, Letter to the Editor: Moving On, International News In Brief: Iran’s President Proposes UN Summit against Terrorism, UN Staff Hold Solemn Ceremony, Czech NATO Envoy Says Attacks on US Could Speed Up Fighters Purchase, Inevitable Ring to the Unimaginable, US Attorney General Seeks Greater Power for Justice Department, US Government Reviews CIA Policies

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 155, September 17 2nd National Consultative Forum of RCPB(ML): The Present Situation and the Work to Build the Workers’ Opposition, Workers Must Demand that the Government Halt its War Preparations, Justice, Not Vengeance Vigil, Letter to the Editor: The Importance of Gathering Together to Set Our Own Agenda, Public Meeting: Stop Privatisation our World is Not for Sale.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 154, September 10-14 Statement of RCPB(ML) in Response to the Attacks on New York and Washington, North Atlantic Council Invokes Article 5, Statement of the Government of the Republic of Cuba, DPRK Stance towards Terrorist Attacks on US, Statement of the US Marxist-Leninist Organisation – September 12, 2001.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 153, September 6 US Electronics Multinational Viasystems makes 875 redundant: "Capitalising on Low Cost Manufacturing Environments", Conference Opposes Private Sector Involvement in Public Services, Education White Paper: Opposition to Greater Role for Private Sector Is Not Defence of Vested Interests, NHS Criticised over Temporary Nurses, International News: Militant Demonstrations at WCAR Demand Solutions to the Problems of Racism.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 152, September 5 UN World Conference Against Racism: US and Israel Withdrawal: Impotence and Isolation in the Face of Just Demands, Britain Blocks EU Apology For Slave Trade, For Your Information: The WCAR Draft Programme of Action Address by Yasser Arafat to the WCAR, Inquest Opened into Death of West Midlands Workers, Teacher Shortage Stops School Opening, Labour Cut Education Spending to 40-Year Low.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 151, September 4 Whitewashing the British State in the Name of "Multiculturalism" and "Tackling Racism", For Your Information: UN World Conference Against Racism, Address by Dr Fidel Castro Ruz, President of the Republic of Cuba, at the World Conference against Racism, The "Enemy Within": EU Plans for the Criminalisation of Political Protest.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 150, September 3 Teaching an Unsustainable Profession, Tube pay strike moves closer, Connex to bid for German routes, Hitachi cuts 14700 jobs worldwide, High Street Bank to Sack Workers, Jobs to Go at Shropshire Call Centre, RSC Workers Back Strike Action, Airport Baggage Handlers at Newcastle Airport to Strike, Protest at Labour Party Link with McDonald's.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 149, August 30 British Government Must Stop Interfering in Zimbabwe’s Affairs, Opposition to Tony Blair’s Privatisation Programme to be Reflected at TUC, Tube Workers Again Promise to Strike, Glasgow Medical Secretaries to Demonstrate on Saturday.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 148, August 29 No to the Humiliating Voucher System! No to Immigration "Snatch Squads"! Defend the Rights of All!, Editorial: State Treatment of Asylum Seekers is Attack on Rights of All, Militant Demonstration in Glasgow in Defence of Rights.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 147, August 28 Trades Union Congress: Congress 2001 Agenda

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 146, August 22-23 Former UN Inspector Accuses US in Documentary, The First International Meeting for Peace in Colombia, Final Declaration of the First International Gathering of Solidarity and for Peace in Colombia and Latin America, Address by Dr Fidel Castro Ruz, President of the Republic of Cuba, upon Presentation of the Order of the Congress of Angostura, at Bolivar Square, Bolivar City, Venezuela.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 145, August 21 An Attempt By the State to Whip up Racism and Attack the Rights of All, Campaign for Justice for Paul Robinson, UNISON Hereford Nurses Anti-PFI Rally, Iraq Calls on UN to Take Stand against Brutal Force of US, US Sabre Rattling in South China Sea.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 144, August 20 Farmers to March on Downing Street, Fujitsu to Axe 16,400 Jobs World-wide, CBI Says 29,000 Jobs Will Go in Manufacturing, Women Still Paid Less than Men, Miners March to Keep Pit Open, Tube Unions Demand Consultation on Safety, Workers' Movement News In Brief, UNHCR Expresses Concern Over Attacks on Asylum-Seekers in Britain, British Government Rejects Call to Ban Arms to Israel.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 143, August 16 No to NATO and British Troops in Macedonia!, Tanker Drivers' Strike to Hit Fuel Supplies, Social Care News In Brief, The Languages of the Caribbean.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 141-2, August 14-15 Zimbabwe Condemns Interference in Its Internal Affairs by Britain and the US, The British Government Cannot Be the Arbiter of Progress in Northern Ireland, Text of Proposals Presented to Party Leaders, Sinn Féin Condemns Suspension of Northern Ireland Institutions, IRA Statements, "Let the Truth Be Told", Consignia to Cut Jobs of 350 Call Centre Workers, British and US Planes Bomb Iraq for Second Time within a Week, Britain’s Hand in the Bloody Massacre in Indonesia.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 140, August 13 No to British and US Aggression against Iraq! Workers' Opposition Must Be Developed Also against Foreign Intervention and Aggression of Anglo-American Imperialism!, Iraqi Atomic Agency Chairman Calls for Banning of Use of Depleted Uranium, BOC to Make 1,500 Workers Redundant, PFI Hospital To Be Built in Tony Blair’s Constituency, DPRK Foreign Ministry Explains Principled Stand on US-DPRK Dialogue.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 139, August 9 John Reid Set to Suspend Northern Ireland Assembly, Editorial: Backward Step of Suspension Northern Ireland Assembly, Guards to Impose Overtime Ban unless Talks Resolve Dispute, Oil Tanker Drivers to Vote on Pay Strike.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 138, August 8 US Administration Threatens Boycott of World Conference against Racism, Newham Social Workers Step Up their Action.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 137, August 7 Manufacturing Industry Enters Recession, DPRK-Russia Moscow Declaration, Fidel Castro Militantly Speaks to Youth, Cubans Jailed in Miami Are Political Prisoners of the Empire.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 136, August 6 Israeli People Oppose Warmonger Sharon, What Went Wrong at Camp David: The Official PLO Version, Vieques: US Navy Begins War Exercises in Contempt of People’s Decision, North Glasgow Medical Secretaries to Strike.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 135, August 3 Meeting of London Political Forum Condemns State Violence and Terror, What Really Happened in Genoa, Racist British Immigration Policy at Prague Airport, Britain Criticised for Child Soldiers, National Day of Actions over Iraqi Sanctions, Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear Energy and Globalisation.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 134, August 2 Public Meeting on the Terrorism Act 200 and the Proscribing of 21 Groups: Communities Speak Out against "Terrorist" Ban, TUC Congress Preliminary Agenda Published, Education Privatisation in Bradford to Cost Jobs.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 133, July 31-August 1 London Political Forum: Condemn State Violence and Terror, UNISON Post-Genoa Public Meeting, Tony Blair’s Business Trip to the Caribbean and Latin America: Protest against Tony Blair in Brazil, Meeting against the Terrorism Act, NEC to Make 600 Workers Redundant at Scottish Plant, Rise in Workplace Fatalities, Answers Given by Kim Jong Il to Questions Raised by Itar-Tass.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 132, July 30 Demonstration at Italian Embassy against State Brutality in Genoa, North East Regional Forum on the Mass Party Press Condemns State Violence and Terror, Tyneside Shipyard Closes: What is Alternative Vision for the Future of the River?, Strike by KLM Technicians, Anniversary of Victory in Korean War Marked in DPRK, Meeting of London Political Forum to Condemn State Violence and Terror.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 131, July 27 London Political Forum Discusses Anti-Social Offensive in Education and the Way Forward, The Imperialists Must Be Held Accountable for their Crimes against the Korean People, Cuba – 48th Anniversary of Attack on Moncada Barracks: The Only Way, Korea and Cuba will emerge victorious, says Raul Castro Ruz, DPRK President Kim Yong Nam Visits Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, DPRK-Vietnam joint communiqué.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 130, July 26 "Genoa Plan for Africa" – An Attempt to Head Off Opposition to Globalisation and Increase the Exploitation of the African Continent, ABB to Cut 12,000 Jobs and Invensys 6,000, Country-wide Strike in India.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 129, July 25 Demonstrations Outside Italian Embassy Continue, What Was Our Son Like?, Protests against Police Shooting of Derek Bennett in Brixton, Letter to the Editor: Another Example of the Way in Which the Private Sector Gains, Readers' Forum: The People of Canterbury and East Kent Have Had Enough of a Second-Class Health Service, East Kent Independent Candidate on Fighting NHS Plan, Meeting of London Political Forum to Condemn State Violence and Terror

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 128, July 24 Police Attack Demonstration at Italian Embassy, The Beating of Mark Covell, Demonstrations at Italian Consulates in Manchester and Edinburgh, Demonstrations in Canada, Meeting of London Political Forum to Condemn State Violence and Terror.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 127, July 23 G7/G8 Summit in Genoa: Condemn the Fascist State Violence and Terror! No to the Criminalisation of Political Protest! Solidarity with the Movement against Imperialist Globalisation!, Some of the Eyewitness Reports, Demonstrations in Protest and Solidarity.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 126, July 20 Tony Blair and George W Bush Condemn G8 Summit Protests and Have "Much in Common", Convergence in Genoa: No to Imperialist Dictate! A Different World is Possible!, For Your Information: The G7 and G8, May Study Calls for Reforming UN in Line with Demands of Globalisation, Chapelcross Nuclear Power Plant Accident Danger, An Evening to Remember, Cuba Lives! 2001.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 125, July 18-19 Tony Blair’s "Reform of Public Services": Spearheading Programme of the Rich for Controlling Society, Editorial: Defence of Social Programmes and the Pro-Social Agenda Cannot be Considered as "Vested Interests", GMB to Cut Labour Party Contribution by up to £1 Million, W.S. Atkins Cuts More Jobs, Protests at Bush’s Visit to Britain.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 124, July 17 East London Campaign for Living Wage for Hospital Domestics, Campaign to Save Marconi Workers’ Jobs, Rail Workers Decide on Two More Strikes, Final Summit of the Organisation of African Unity Paves the Way for African Union.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 123, July 16 Militant Manifestation against Anti-Social Offensive, Report on the "Dispersal of Xenophobia", The Illegality of "Legal Opposition" in Colombia to the Bolivarian Movement

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 122, July 13 Make the Durham Miners Gala a Force for the Alternative! Build the Opposition to the Third Way of New Labour!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 121, July 12 BAe Systems Job, Cuts Reaction to the Job Losses at the Clyde Yards, Further Announcements of Job Losses, Editorial: Shipyard Redundancies: What Is the Alternative?, International News: Philippines: Deadly Legacy of US Military Bases.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 120, July 11 Merseyside Firefighters Vote to Strike, International News: IMF’s Loan Programme for Azerbaijan, World Leaders to Attend NATO Summit, Puerto Rico: Vieques Has Been Launch Pad for US Imperialist Aggression.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 119, July 10 Lecturers and Staff at Middlesex University Protest at Threatened Compulsory Redundancies, Durham Miners’ Gala, Public Meeting against the Terrorism Act.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 118, July 9 Join the Work to Build the Workers’ Opposition!, London Political Forum: Meeting against the Anti-Social Offensive in Education, Workers and Politics: The Work to Build the London Political Forum, Rally in Support of Sacked Dynamex Friction Workers, Review: Rewarding and Uplifting - Cornelius Cardew Recital, Letter to Kim Jong Il, General Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea, from the CC of RCPB(ML), on the 7th Anniversary of the Passing of President Kim Il Sung

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 117, July 6 MPs Debate Ratification of Nice Treaty, Robin Cook’s Gratuitous and Unfounded Attack on DPRK, Rail Passengers Set to Strike over Poor Services, WFTU Condemns Further Escalation of Aggressive Israeli Attacks on Syria and Lebanon, Demonstration in Support of Palestinian Children in Israeli Prisons, African Leaders Urge US to Stop Interference in Zimbabwe’s Affairs.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 116, July 5 Demonstration against Newcastle City Council, Friction Dynamics Workers to Hold Rally on Saturday, Once Upon a Time.........

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 115, July 4 The Government’s "Active and Engaged Foreign Policy": Tailored to the Needs of Finance Capital and Globalisation, Dynamex Workers and Employment Legislation.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 114, July 3 Jiang Zemin's Speech at CPC Anniversary Gathering.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 113, July 2 John Monks Misrepresents the Stand of the Trade Union Leaders, Workers’ Movement: Welsh Workers Vote to Continue their Fight, 500 March over Redundancies at Solectron, Tesco Workers Strike in Ireland, Against the Neo-Liberal Agenda: Lambeth Council to End Private Sector Contract.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 112, June 29 Milosevic Extradition: No Legitimacy in US-Style International Rule of Law, There Must Be No Return to Rule of North of Ireland from Westminster, Promised Jobs to Steel Workers Fail to Materialise, The UNISON National Conference 2001, Interview with a Member of Delegation at UNISON National Conference, Korea International War Crimes Tribunal: US Guilty of Crimes against the Korean People, Final Judgment of the Tribunal, DPRK Delegation to War Crimes Tribunal Denounces US Refusal of Entry, The World in Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 111, June 28 London Political Forum Discusses Issues Facing National Minority Communities, Newcastle: Plan to Cut Jobs and Involve Private Sector in Social and Health Services Leads to Opposition, UN Debate to Continue on Deadlock over Iraq Sanctions, Iraq Urges International Community to Oppose "Smart Sanctions", RE-ENERGISE! Anti-Sanctions Conference, German Rail Workers Stage Strikes.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 110, June 27 End Rover Workers’ Marginalisation, NATFHE Lecturers on Strike at South Bank University, Scottish Social Attitudes Survey on Devolution, Month of Solidarity with Workers and People of Korea – June 23 to July 25, US's Proposal for Resuming Talks with DPRK: DPRK Urges US to Put Compensation for Electricity Loss on Primary Agenda.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 108-9, June 25-6 Communiqué of the 7th Plenum of the CC of RCPB(ML), North of Ireland: Violence Stirred Up ahead of Trimble’s Resignation, Prodi Visits Ireland over Nice Rejection.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 107, June 22 "Excellence and Diversity" Is Another Name for Elitism and Inequality, Big Increase in NHS Complaints, EU Regulations Set to Increase Cost of PFI, Britain Must End Its Neo-Colonial Relationship with South Africa, The World in Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 106, June 20-21 Queen’s Speech: A Programme to Intensify the Anti-Social Offensive, Full Text of the Queen's Speech, John Monks’ Response to Queen's Speech, UNISON Conference Opposes Stephen Byers on Privatisation, News In Brief .

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 105, June 19 Come and Participate in the London Political Forum!, Call Centre Workers Under Increased Pressure, No to a Second Class Workforce, Action against Plans to Close Care Homes.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 104, June 18 Capping of Party Donations To Be Examined, The Catastrophe at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 103, June 15 Protests at EU Summit in Gothenburg, Hail the First Anniversary of the Historic Korean North-South Declaration, US Still Arming Governments Which Abuse Human Rights, The World in Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 102, June 14 Tony Blair Supports Bush over NMD, West Midlands News In Brief: Bakery Fined over Workers’ Deaths, Worker Covered in Acid, News In Brief: Britain’s Illiteracy, Britain’s Low Health Spending, Patricia Hewitt addresses AEEU.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 101, June 13 John Monks Calls on Trade Unions to Help New Labour, Refuse Collectors Strike, DU Combinations Dangerous to Life, Manoeuvres with NATO in Georgia

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 100, June 12 Building the Workers’ Opposition Is a Crucial Task, Chubb Workers’ Court Battle Delayed, Education Company Saviour Proves to Be Executioner, Parents Fight to Save School, EU to Press Ahead with Enlargement Despite Irish Referendum.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 99, June 11 How Will Tony Blair Fulfil the "Instruction to Deliver"?, Post Office May Hand Over Deliveries, College Geography Departments to Merge.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 98, June 8 June 7 Election 2001 Disaffection with Representative Democracy: The Alternative is the Future, Some Results Featuring Independent and Alternative Candidates.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 97, June 7 Vote for Candidates of the Alternative! Build the Workers’ Opposition!, South Shields Election Meeting: A Call to Support Candidates of the Alternative and Build the Opposition to the "Third Way", Making the Vote Count for a New Society, Labour Membership Plummets, Birmingham Man Set on Fire in Vicious Racist Attack Daily.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 96, June 5 Answers from Election Candidates in South Shields, SLP Candidates in London, £100,000 Fine for Magnox, Solidarity with Palestinians, Turkey: Statement from the Revolutionary Prisoners.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 95, June 4 The Need to Renew the Political Process and Provide it with Modern Content, The Stand of the Party Is One of Participating in the Election by Opposing Tony Blair Pushing through the "Third Way" by Reducing the Issue to One of Process.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 94, June 1 Professional Opposition to NHS Failings, Opposition to MOX Fuel, Britain and US Back Down over Iraq Sanctions, Talking Points on Smart Sanctions, Ireland’s June 7 Nice Referendum, World Bank Demonstration on African Liberation Day, Russia Cancels $4.8 billion Ethiopian Debt, UN Completes Decolonisation Seminar in Havana, Letter to the Editor: Questioning Which Countries are "Self-Governing", For Your Information: The Government of Guadeloupe and Martinique, International Fact-finding Team Accuses US of Wartime Atrocities in Korea, Interview with Ramsey Clark, Former US Attorney General: US Atrocities Are Not Things of the Past

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 93, May 31 London Political Forum: The Work to Plant the Alternative, CPB Launches Vision of "Security for All", Indian Government Presses Ahead with Privatisation Programme, 10th Anniversary of the Establishment of Peace and Democracy in Ethiopia.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 92, May 30 Labour is the Party of Business, Labour’s NHS Plans Will Increase Inequalities, NAHT Say Teachers Should Share in School Profits, The Strategic Alliance on Our Doorstep, Overproduction Crisis at Nissan in Sunderland, Rail Workers Vote in Strike Ballot, NATO Parliamentary Assembly Meets, Summits on NATO and EU, Russia Denies Reports of Arms Deal, G-15 Summit Opens in Indonesia.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 91, May 29 The Trouble Which Has Been Stirred Up in Oldham, Editorial: Politically Motivated Racist Attacks, What is Meant by Realising the Talent of All?, Teachers Falling Ill for Longer, Iraq Government Rejects British-US "Smart Sanctions".

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 90, May 28 Roger Nettleship to Hold Election Meeting in South Shields, Among the Independent and Alternative Candidates Standing in the Election on Tyneside, Letter to the Editor: What Serious Discussion Should Be Like.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 89, May 25 Labour Party Seeks a Mandate for Further Attacks on the Public Services, Arthur Scargill launches SLP's campaign in the West Midlands, Success for the Postal Workers’ Strike, Parents and Teachers Protest over School Closures, May 25 – African Liberation Day, UN Seminar in Havana on Decolonisation, 34 Years of Occupation - ENOUGH !!! Letter from RCPB(ML) to 19th Congress of the General Association of the Korean Residents in Japan, The World in Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 88, May 24 LONDON POLITICAL FORUM: Safeguarding the Future of the NHS, College Lecturers Strike, News In Brief: Engineering Redundancies in the Black Country.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 87, May 23 The Option of a "Centre-Left" Coalition, Workers’ Jobs Unlikely to Be Saved at Leeds Group, The British-American Proposals Are Not the Solution to the Suffering of the Iraqi People.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 86, May 22 Labour Hurriedly Tries to Repair Damage after Being Denounced, Pensioners Protest in Newcastle by Stopping Traffic on Tyne Bridge, Anti-Nuclear Campaigner Standing against Tony Blair Is Jailed, News In Brief, Spain: Miners Injured after Brutal Attack by Civil Guard, Trade Unions Threaten Nationwide Actions.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 85, May 21 The Need to Establish Unity on the New Historical Basis, A Labour Manifesto to Claim a Mandate for Dismantling Society, Socialist Labour Party Election Broadcast, President Bush Tells US People to Help their Poor, International Fact-finding Team Visits DPRK to Investigate US Korean War Massacres.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 84, May 18 London Political Forum Discusses Opposing the Offensive against Education, Blair Denounced on Cancer Care by Birmingham Citizen, Report of Anti-Imperialist Camp Visit to Iraq, International Fact-finding Team Visits DPRK to Investigate US Korean War Massacre, The World in Brief

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 83, May 17 On the Independent and Alternative Candidates Standing in the Election, Roger Nettleship, Independent Health Worker Politician Candidate, Salvinder Singh Dhillon, Independent Candidate for Ealing-Southall, The Socialist Alliance, The Communist Party of Britain, Anti-Nuclear Campaigner to Stand against Tony Blair.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 82, May 16 Protests at Nuclear Bomb Factory, Forthcoming Events: Vigil against Star Wars, Public Seminar on NATO, the Balkans and the New World Order, Second Inquest on Deptford Fire-Bombing after 20 Years, Universities Restrict Students over Fees Payments.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 81, May 15 June 7 Election 2001: Whose Vision of Britain’s Economic Future?, Local Government Workers and the Election, Campaigners Picket Fuel Depots.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 80, May 14 Debate on “Kilroy” on May Day Protests, Come and Participate in the London Political Forum! Build the Workers' Opposition to the Third Way! Let the People Decide to Become the Decision Makers Themselves!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 79, May 11 RCPB(ML) in London to Organise London Political Forum, June 7 Election 2001: RCPB(ML) Releases Press Statement, Vigil against Hospital Bed Losses in Birmingham, Vociferous Opposition to Proposed GM Trials in North Pembrokeshire Wins Success.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 78, May 9-10 June 7 Election 2001: RCPB(ML) to Participate by Supporting Candidates of the Alternative BUILD THE WORKERS’ OPPOSITION TO THE "THIRD WAY"!, Demonstration against Terrorism Act, May Day 2001 (Continued) : London Information Bureau of DHKC Issues May Day Statement, Colombia: Salute To the Workers on Their Day, From the FARC-EP.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 77, May 8 MAY DAY 2001 - PART II: Traditional May Day March in Birmingham under Scrutiny by the State: A Serious Infringement of the Right to Demonstrate, South Tyneside May Day Rally and Celebration Held Successfully

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 76, May 7 MAY DAY 2001: May Day March in London, May 1st Demonstration in Oxford Street, May Day March and Rally in Tyne and Wear.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 75, May 1 Call of RCPB(ML) on the Occasion of May Day, 2001: The Working Class Must Break with the Old World and Begin to Establish the New, Press Release of Roger Nettleship: For Workers to Constitute Themselves as the Alternative is What Society Needs!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 74, April 27 Paying the Rich, Fending for Oneself, in the Name of Opportunity for All, Comment: Inquiry on Saddam Hussein -- A Marker for the International Criminal Court?, Iraq Accuses Britain and the US of Being Behind UN Report, WFTU Press Release: European Regional Bureau of the WFTU Established in Athens, The World in Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 73, April 26 Anti-May Day Propaganda Seeking to Demonise the Protesting Youth, US Imperialism Must End its Provocations against China, For Your Information: US Arms Sales to Taiwan, People of Brazil Say No to the FTAA.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 72, April 25 Campaign against Hospital Workers’ Worsening Conditions, Health Care Workers Protest for Shorter Work Week, Dudley Strikers Vote for Another Three Weeks, Threatened Mutiny of GPs, BMA Accuses Government of Abusing Human Rights of Asylum Seekers, International News: Romanian Steel Workers Protest, EU and NATO Begin Talks on Military Planning, Proposal for European Air Transport Command, More Hunger Strikers Die In Turkey, Solidarity Appeal from Slovakia: FREE MARIO BANGO!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 71, April 24 South Tyneside: Affirming May Day, News In Brief, The Quebec City Days of Action against FTAA, US Navy to Renew Vieques Bombing.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 70, April 23 Against the Third Way – the Need for Practical Politics, Memorial Meeting Held for Bill Bland, April 28 1916 – March 13 2001, Tribute to Comrade Bill Bland, Protest in Support of the Hunger Strike in Turkey’s Prisons, Letter to Kim Jong Il on the Occasion of Sun’s Day, the Anniversary of the Birth of President Kim Il Sung, from the Central Committee of RCPB(ML).

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 69, April 20 Cuba Wins a Moral Victory over US, Testígos de una Gran Victoria [Witnesses to a Great Victory], Wishing the LU Workers Success, World Federation Of Trade Unions: May Day Message, The World in Brief .

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 68, April 19 World-wide Opposition to Force Pharmaceutical Monopolies to Back Down, Workers Memorial Day to be Marked, EU Militarisation, News In Brief, Aircraft Commissioned to Deport 30,000 Immigrants, Cuban People Mark 40th Anniversary of US Bay of Pigs Defeat.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 67, April 18 Reactionary State Campaign ahead of May Day, Militant Protest against "Star Wars", Cuba: Forty Years of Socialist Revolution.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 66, April 17 No to Processing German Nuclear Waste at Sellafield!, Evidence for Gulf War Syndrome, Backing for an NHS which Provides Health Care as of Right, French Minister Criticises British Government over Foot-and-Mouth, Over 2,100 Iraq Contracts Shelved by Britain and the US, Foreign Office Minister again Holds Public Opinion in Contempt over Iraq, London Protest against Torture in Turkey, Turkey: People’s Growing Opposition to IMF Dictate.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 65, April 13 The Party’s Stand on Participating in the Election, Job Losses Show Need for Alternative.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 64, April 12 Cammell Laird Calls in the Receivers, Fears for Motorola Jobs in Scotland, Siemens to Cut 2,000 Jobs at Mobile Handset Unit, Further Protests against Nuclear Waste Trains.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 63, April 11 Condemn the Provocations of US Imperialism towards the People's Republic of China, Workers and Politics: Teachers are in Mood to Step up Struggle and Increase their Demands, Workers' Movement News In Brief, Survey Questions Benefits of PFI in NHS.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 62, April 10 Chinese Community Protest at Racist Scapegoating, Rumours of Missing Foot-and-Mouth Virus, Election Comment Labour Party to Re-Write its Manifesto, News In Brief: Marconi to Cut 3,000 Jobs, Teaching Assistants Demand Better Pay, Teachers Unite over Working Hours.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 61, April 9 6th National Consultative Conference of RCPB(ML): The Work to Intervene in the Political Life of the Country, BNFL Taken to Court.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 60, March 30 UNISON Health Care Service Group Conference: Health Workers Vote to Step up Struggle against PFI, Palestine: US Vetoes Resolution Calling for UN Observer Force.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 59, March 29 On the Question of Splitting the Movement, UNISON Health Service Group Conference Sketch: Genial John Denham Agrees to Disagree on PFI, Hospital Campaigner to Stand as Candidate in Kent, News In Brief, International News

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 58, March 28 Prime Minister Retains Prerogative of Surprise Attack, Green Party Threatens Legal Action over Election Broadcasts, A Year of Struggle in the NHS, Health Conference Fringe Meeting on PFI, Massive Overproduction of Mobile Phones

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 57, March 27 What Kind of Dilemma for the Government over the Election, Important Debate over NHS, No to British Troops in the Balkans!, Stockholm Summit: Further Along the Path of the Neo-Liberal Agenda, Britain and the US Block $5 billion Iraq Contracts, Support for Iraq at Arab League Summit

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 56, March 26 6th National Consultative Conference of RCPB(ML): The Work to Intervene in the Political Life of the Country, On the March/April 2001 National Consultative Conference of RCPB(ML), Motion on the Elections and Foot-and-Mouth Disease, IMF Dictate Opposed in Argentina: Whose "Political Will" will Prevail?

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 55, March 23 Israeli Criminal Siege Also Targets Palestinian Institutes and Organisations, Urgent Appeal from Birzeit University, Palestine LET OUR PEOPLE LIVE!, JCB to Make 350 Workers Redundant, For Your Information: Stockholm European Council, URGENT APPEAL - 22 March 2001: Repression on the Press Continues: Yeni Evrensel Turkish Daily Closed Down For a Week, The World in Brief

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 54, March 22 Robin Cook Champions Globalisation, For Your Information: The Trilateral Commission, Demonstration in Support of the Rights of the Palestinian People, Editorial: Foreign Intervention Is Only Contributing to the Instability in the Balkans And Must End, News In Brief, International News In Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 53, March 21 Socialist DPRK: Condemn the Reactionary and Dangerous Hard-Line Policy of the Bush Administration, DPRK Warns US Administration against Hard-Line Policy, Seminar: Remembering President Kim Il Sung, Racial Violence on the Increase, 41st Anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre, NUJ Calls for Express Journalists’ Action, International News: Naples, Italy: Militant Protests Oppose Neo-liberal Globalisation, Peaceful Palestinian Women's Demonstration Met With Israeli Violence, Sealing Off Humanity, Forthcoming Arab Summit in Amman.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 52, March 20 Teacher Shortage Sends Pupils Home, Corus Workers Consider Industrial Action, London Bus Drivers against Decline in Living Standards, Gloucestershire Council Cut Disabled Pay, Campaign against Terrorism Act.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 51, March 19 More Teachers Vote to Join Action, Editorial: Contradictory Signs for Tony Blair, National Conference on Care for the Elderly, Tony Blair Declares that Britain’s Joining Rapid Reaction Force is Vital for NATO.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 50, March 16 The Prime Minister’s "Modern Version of Full Employment", The World in Brief .

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 49, March 15 The Significance of Robin Cook’s "Misleading" MPs over Arms to Sierra Leone Report, Robin Cook Again Criticised on Arms Contracts, News In Brief: Chubb Workers Take Firm to Court, Editorial: Demand to Drop Possible May 3 Election, Demonstration: Campaign For Palestinian Rights.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 48, March 14 Inquiry Prompts New Fears for Train Safety, BAE Attempts to Enforce its Monopoly on Lucrative Military Contracts, Editorial: Tony Blair Must Not Be Allowed to Block the Path to Progress by Imposing an Agenda on the Electorate, Actions against Stockholm Summit, IRA Issues Statement on Decommissioning, IRA Statement of March 8, International News: Israel/Palestine: UN Palestinian Agency Condemns Israel for Siege against Palestinians, Mexico: Zapatistas Receive Rousing Welcome.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 47, March 13 Education Secretary Vows to Keep Schools Open Despite Teachers’ Just Action, Barnet College Lecturers Strike, Oxford Casualty Nurses Take a Historic Stand, South London Health Care Assistants Ballot for Strike, Editorial: Pushing for an Election in Order to Claim a "Mandate", News In Brief, International News: Iraq: Sanctions Killed over 16,000 in January, Iraq Sanctions Don't Work.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 46, March 12 Tony Blair Omits to Refer to the Scottish Nation or to the Working Class, Shifting Arguments to Ensure the Labour Party Remains in Power, Tony Blair Jeered by Scottish Fishermen, Rally in Sunderland Demands Increase in Minimum Wage and an End to Low Pay, Interview with Sean Kelly, Communications Officer UNISON, Sunderland City Government Branch, News In Brief , Dangers of Wider Terrorism Act.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 45, March 9 The Proscribing Orders of the Terrorism Act are Violating Freedom of Conscience, For Your Information: What Has Been Said on the Terrorism Act, Will Britain Be on the Side of Freedom of Thought and Freedom of Association, Or Will It Support Fascism?, The Campaign for Human Rights in Turkey, Meeting in Support of the Just Cause of the Palestinian People, Video Review: Hidden Wars of Desert Storm, News In Brief: Birmingham-based Britannic to Sack Salespeople, International News: China Issues Article on Human Rights in the United States, Minorities in US Accept Cuba’s offer of Free Medical Training.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 44, March 8 March 8, International Women's Day 2001: Support the Struggle of Women World-Wide in Defence of the Rights of All!, Transport Workers around the World Hold Day of Action, Chancellor Delivers A Pre-Election Budget, Budget Details.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 43, March 7 Teachers ballot over staff shortages: Chaos Predicted in Schools, March 5 Day of Action against Drug Companies, African Leaders Proclaim African Union, DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman on DPRK’s Principled Stand toward DPRK-US Relations, Turkey: The So-Called "Life Saving" Operation.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 42, March 6 Tony Blair’s Reference to the Welsh Nation, Turkey: What Is Behind the Attacks on Political Prisoners.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 41, March 5 Militant Demonstration in Birmingham against Privatisation, Global Conference against Racism.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 40, March 2 Week-Long Picket Calling for End to Iraq Sanctions a Great Success, Gulf War Veterans March in London, Ministers Misled Commons over DU Shell Rules, Iraqi Communist Party Condemns the Air Strikes, Bigger Profits for Biggest Bank, Proscribed List on which Jack Straw in a "Draft order" has placed DHKP-C, PKK and other organisations, The World in Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 39, March 1 British and Irish Governments Put Pressure on Sinn Fein, Growing Opposition to "Star Wars", Selby Rail Tragedy.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 38, February 28 Teachers Vote for Action, Rolls-Royce Workers Strike Again, International News: Vietnam and Russia Sign Agreement, Cuban Foreign Minister Visits Vietnam.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 37, February 27 Tony Blair in Canada Attempts to Justify the Unjustifiable, Workers and Politics: The Conditions of the Call Centre Workers, Why Should the Jobs of Shipyard Workers Depend on the Government Underwriting Loans for the Finance Capitalists?, Shipyard Worker Jobs Depend on Government's Guarantee Credit Arrangement, The National Shutdown of Further and Higher Education, G7 Whistle in the Wind.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 36, February 26 Terrorism Act Aimed against People’s Struggles, The Work of the Party: North East Regional Forum on the Mass Party Press Focuses on Developing its Work, Dudley NHS Strike Continues, DEMO and LOBBY of Gisela Stuart MP, Health Minister, KFSC Meeting Hears Report of NCP Visit to North Korea,The Occupied Territories: Coalition of Women for a Just Peace Protest Again against "Closure".

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 35, February 23 Caribbean Countries Agree to Sever Colonial Ties with Britain, Lecturers Set Day of Action in Defence of Pay and Conditions, Further on the Opposition to the US and British Bombing of Iraq, British and US Planes Attack Iraq Once Again, The World in Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 34, February 22 Labour Party Glasgow Conference: Talk of Renewal of Society and the Big Challenges that Lie Ahead Is A Confidence Trick against the People, Editorial: It Is the Programme of the Working Class Which Holds the Key to Advance, Further on the Opposition to the US and British Bombing of Iraq, Early Day Motion to Impose Arms Sanctions on Israel, Tony Blair Visits Canada, Tanker Drivers' Dispute Settled.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 33, February 21 Opposition to the US and British Bombing of Iraq, Thousands Protest in Iraq - Response of Iraq Government - Demonstrations against the Bombing -Arab States Condemn Air Strikes - France: No Legal Basis for US and British Bombing - German Political Leaders Criticise the US and Britain - Opposition from Government Leaders World-Wide, Tony Blair Prepares to Meet George W Bush, Oil Tanker Drivers Vote to Strike, NUS Launches Plans for Action Week.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 32, February 20 Increase in Private Sector Involvement in NHS Further Jeopardises the Future of Health Care for Society: Join in the Fight for the Political Renewal of Society as the Surest Way to Guarantee the Future of the Health Service!, Successful Meeting of CILRECO in Paris, Intervention of Chris Coleman, National Spokesperson of RCPB(ML), at CILRECO Meeting.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 31, February 19 Down with the British and US Aggression against Iraq! The Continued Bombing and Genocidal Sanctions Must Be Ended Now!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 30, February 16 Government’s Stand on "Illegal Immigration" is Racist and Completely Self-Serving, Letter to the Editor: The Human Genome and the Book of Life, The World in Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 29, February 15 British Government Continues to Support UN Sanctions against Libya, Update on the Arrests at the Faslane Blockade, International News COLOMBIA: An alternative to the World Economic Forum, Switzerland: The Other Davos.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 28, February 14 Vauxhall Workers’ Strike Vote, Black Country Workers Give Their Views, Police Man-Handle Disabled Demonstrators, News In Brief: Prudential to Axe 2,000 Jobs .

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 27, February 13 Tony Blair on the "Post-Comprehensive Era", Financial Incentives to Tackle Teacher Shortages, Call Centre Workers Earn £8,000 Less than Average Pay, Protesters Blockade Faslane Base.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 26, February 12 The Work of the Party: The Consolidation of the Basic Organisation in the Technical Base, News In Brief, International News: Cancer Surge Near Vieques Bombing Range.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 25, February 9 The Labour Government’s "Agenda for the Future", Editorial The Choices the People are Permitted to Make.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 24, February 8 War Criminal Sharon Elected Israeli Prime Minister, For Your Information: Israeli Prime Minister Elect, Ariel Sharon, Newcastle News In Brief, West Midlands News In Brief, Call For an End to Sanctions against Iraq.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 23, February 7 Robin Cook in the United States: How Special Is the Relationship?, North East Regional Campaign Against Corus, Internnational News In Brief: Anti-British Demonstrations in Libya

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 22, February 6 London Tube Workers Strike, News In Brief, The Future Will Be Socialist or There Will Be No Future, International News: Ecuador: Ecuador under a State of Emergency, The Occupied Territories: Women for a Just Peace Demonstrate against "Closure".

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 21, February 5 Bush’s Own "Third Way" – A "Faith-Based" Partnership Plan, Dudley Hospital Workers to Hold Further Actions, NHS News In Brief:, Multinationals and Globalisation, International News: Ecuador: Leaders of the People Arrested.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 20, February 2 Corus Refuses to Rule Out Further Job Cuts, Editorial Corus Brutally Axes Jobs: What Direction for the Economy? Who Is to Decide?, Two Contrasting Forums, The World in Brief, Kim Jong Il Stresses Economic Renovation with New Thinking in DPRK: "21st Century Is Century of Great Change and Creation".

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 19, February 1 Condemn the Continued Bombing of Iraq, Use of DU Weapons is a War Crime, For Your Information: "The new order that splits the world".

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 18, January 31 Militant Anti-Davos Protests in Switzerland, Protesters against Globalisation March in Brazil, Anti-Davos Group and Brazilian Farmers Storm Monsanto, Editorial: The Movement against Globalisation, For Your Reference: About the WEF Annual Meeting, For Your Information: Addressing the Backlash Against Globalisation.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 17, January 30 On the Chubb Workers Rally, Lightning Action by Chubb Workers, Iraq Exhibition Launched, For Your Information: Tony Blair’s International Engagements, Anti-NATO Demonstration in Greece.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 16, January 29 Demonstration of Dudley Health Workers to Mark 100th Day of Action, Workers' Weekly Health Group Interview with Angela Thompson.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 15, January 26 European-wide "General Motors Action Day", Solidarity with our English colleagues!, Editorial:Two Contrasting Decisions, One Rationale, Palestine-Iraq Committee Launched in House of Commons, The Danger of DU Shells, The World In Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 14, January 25 The British Government’s "Future for Africa", Workers Fight for the Lifeblood of the Black Country, Vigil Protest over Hospital Cuts, Solidarity with Turkish Political Prisoners.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 13, January 24 Southwark Campaign against Privatisation of Education, Victory over Fraud Squad, West Midlands News In Brief, Racist Incidents Rise at Massive Rates, International News In Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 12, January 23 Initiatives in London to Commemorate Bloody Sunday: Workshops and Rally, Picket.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 11, January 22 More than Just Fighting Spirit!, At the Rally, Speculation Continues over the Sunderland's Nissan Car Plant, Newcastle Picket Calls for Justice for Asylum Seekers, Letter to the Editor Stop Right-Wing Death Squads.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No.10, January 19 Carry the Struggle for a Guaranteed Livelihood through to the End!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 9, January 18 Demonstrators Mark Gulf War, Anniversary Vigil in Newcastle, Anti-Sanctions Protesters Demonstrate Inside UN, Reader's Forum: No. 5: The Mass Party Press, the Press of the Mass Party, Defend the NHS, West Midlands News In Brief: "Fascist Turkish State Orders Police Operation on 20 Prisons in Turkey Adding New Page to its Bloody History"

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No.8, January 17 Society Must Care for the People: Let the Working Class Occupy and Expand the Space for Change in Order to Prepare the Ground for a Modern State, 10th Anniversary of Gulf War: End the Sanctions and War against Iraq!

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 7, January 16 Further Actions against the Effects of the Anti-Social Offensive on Workers and Other Sections, Goodyear Workers’ Redundancy Notices, Teachers' Strike Ballot Looms, Rolls Royce Workers Demonstrate in Coventry, Vauxhall and BMW Face Workers’ Strikes.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No.6, January 15 Twentieth Anniversary of Deptford Fire Bombing Commemorated, Oppose the Racist Murders and Racist Attacks against the National Minority Community!, Car Workers News, Israel and Palestine: Women Demand: No to Occupation, Yes to a Just Peace!, Demonstrations against NATO in Greece, Sanctions Challenge Visiting Baghdad to Investigate Depleted Uranium Poisoning.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 5, January 12 Sections of Workers Prepare to Take Strike Action, For Your Reference: What Is Meant by the Knowledge-Based Economy - II, The World In Brief.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 4, January 11 Tony Blair Begins Electioneering, For Your Reference: What Is Meant by the Knowledge-Based Economy.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No. 3, January 10 Bloody Sunday: The Fight for Justice Continues, Struggle of Post Office Workers Continues, News In Brief Teachers Take Action over Shortages.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No.2, January 9 Tony Blair at New Year: What Should Be the Direction of the Economy?, Schools Suffering Staff Shortages, News In Brief: Steel Workers to Hold Strike Ballot, Increased Losses for Honda in Britain, GM to Discuss Future of Vauxhall's Ellesmere plant, Gordon Brown Moves to Placate Oil Companies, Poorest Households Suffer from High Electricity Bills.

Workers' Daily Internet Edition Year 2001 No.1, January 8 Publications Resume in 2001!