Our Say

After G8 and the London bombings - the way forward

London terror attacks condemned

After Live 8:
from pressure to action

The G8 summit and political power

Make the G8 leaders history

A sham election

10 good reasons to boycott May 5

Don't be blackmailed into voting

Reject ‘dependency’ politics

No votes for New Labour!

Parliament seals its own fate

A secret policeman's government

Vote for "none of the above"

How to remember the victims of the tsunami

A state of crisis

New Labour and the big lie

Yasser Arafat - a revolutionary life

After the US election

Blood on New Labour's hands

Butler and weapons of mass deception

With 'leaders' like these, who needs enemies?

How to meet the threat from the right

Barbarians at the gate

Torture, values and lies

The silence of the lambs

War crimes in Iraq

The slaughter in Madrid

The unfinished business of the miners’ strike 1984-85

L’état – c’est New Labour

The death of liberal democracy foretold

Hutton washes the state whiter than white

Top-up fees and the market economy

Our challenge for 2004

New Labour's march to a police state

Bush & Blair - partners in crime

London Region revolts against FBU leaders

Postal workers in the front line

No turning back

Where we go from here

Stop the War Coalition leaders and political fabrication

Regime change begins at home

Blood on New Labour's hands

There's more involved than just Blair

New Labour, lies and spies

Firefighters should reject deal and disown leaders

BECTU vote on New Labour link a step forward

Time runs out for FBU leaders

New Labour's one-party state

The blind alley of crude anti-Americanism

Occupation of Iraq - time to move beyond protest

War is a test for principles

Iraqi defiance shocks and awes

FBU leaders who backed capitulation should resign now

Down with New Labour's war - for regime change in Britain

FBU at war with New Labour

New Labour, not just Blair, is the target

50 years since the death of Stalin - an assessment

FBU finds itself in Precott's trap

War is Peace - Blair's fictitious 'push for peace'

15/2: Global marches put power on the agenda

Crisis of globalisation behind attack on Iraq

Tell it how it is

An injury to one is an injury to all

War plans expose fraudulent 'democracy'

A 'regime change' in Britain is the answer to war on Iraq

FBU needs a new strategy

Challenging New Labour

A moment of truth in the fight against New Labour

Gilchrist says it how it is

Time to defy the anti-union laws in support of the FBU

FBU must ask for solidarity strikes

FBU leaders must ask for support now

New Labour provokes confrontation

Italian police attack No-Global movement

New Labour declares war on FBU

Don't let the FBU fight alone

UN writes a blank cheque for war

Blood on Putin's hands

Unions must support firefighters with action not words

Support the firefighters - defeat New Labour

Bush-Blair war agenda revealed

Seeing through New Labour's weapons of mass deception

The US media and the new garrison state

The BEGINNING of Politics

How technology could
free humanity

'Terminator' engineering: A threat to humanity

The future is socialist

Asylum legislation fuels racist attacks

Road map to the future

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10 good reasons to boycott May 5

Just in case you need them, here are 10 good reasons why you should boycott the May 5 general election and support our campaign for a new political and social democracy:

  1. the right to vote has lost its meaning because under the present political system it cannot produce a change in the direction society is heading. We are effectively disenfranchised
  2. the lies and deceptions used to launch the illegal Iraq war are symptomatic of the authoritarian, market state that has replaced the welfare state. Democratic rights and civil liberties are undermined daily
  3. giant corporate and financial interests dominate political, economic and social life to an unprecedented degree. Parliaments and government willingly dance to their free-market tune and shareholders' interests count for more than the will of the people
  4. the political system is incapable of dealing with the ecological crisis, world poverty or inequality because it would involve challenging global corporate power
  5. key decisions are taken not by parliament or elected representatives but by appointed bodies like the European Union and the World Trade Organisation
  6. the major political parties - the only ones capable of winning the election - all agree with each other on major policies. There is no choice
  7. none of the major issues facing people, especially climate change, have figured as issues in the campaign by the big three
  8. the existing political process is neither fair nor democratic. New Labour could win a massive majority with support from just one in five of the 44 million electorate
  9. the House of Commons has no independent power or authority over the government
  10. withholding your vote will deny legitimacy and authority to whatever government is elected.

A World to Win wants to turn the negative act of not voting into a positive force for fundamental change. You can be part of that by coming to June 4 launch and campaigning to renew and extend democracy beyond parliament and corporate power.