Monthly Archives: October 2007

Stop the War: Stop St Athan

Permanent Revolution’s resolution on St Athan was overwhelmingly carried at the Stop the War conference on Saturday 27 October. Now we must make sure that this is no paper victory, and that the Stop the War committee start pouring real … Continue reading

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No attack on Iran – lobby the Welsh Assembly!

With Iran under increasing threat of air strikes, Cardiff Stop the War coalition are calling for a commitment from Welsh AMs to oppose any such attack. On Tuesday 6 November there will be an all-day lobby of the Assembly in … Continue reading

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Benn backs St Athan campaign

Tony Benn has given his backing to the campaign against the St Athan school of death. Adding his name to the campaign’s petition, he wrote: “The privatization of war is part of the neo-liberal commitment to profit and those who … Continue reading

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SWP block Stop the War support for St Athans campaign

The campaign to stop the school of death at St Athan received a minor setback last night when SWP members and supporters ensured Cardiff Stop The War Coalition rejected our resolution for the STW conference. The resolution is already on … Continue reading

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Wales lecturers support St Athan campaign

Last weekend Cardiff PR supporters took our resolution on St Athan (see below) to Wales FESC (Further Education Sector Committee) and won resounding support for it. Wales FESC, part of the new union for lecturers UCU, will now back the … Continue reading

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A resolution on St Athan we’re taking to Stop The War conference

Cardiff Stop The War Coalition meets this Thurs, 18 Oct, 7.15, Mackintosh Institute, Roath. PR supporters will be proposing the following motion to go forward to the UK conference on 27 Oct – come and give your support if you … Continue reading

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Wales Does Not Need The St Athan Death Academy!

  In an appearance on Question Time earlier this year, Wales’ First Minister Rhodri Morgan endured public humiliation as he refused to utter a word on the subject of Iraq. Now, with the award of a potential £14bn government contract … Continue reading

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