Economic crisis, workers fight back


In the two weeks since European heads of state and the IMF reached agreement on a €750 billion rescue package for the euro, not a day has gone by without the announcement of a new round of draconian austerity measures: here.

This video from England says about itself:

28 March 2010 — At the Hatton Cross picket line on 27 March, Spanish trade union colleagues express their solidarity with the striking BA cabin crew workers.

Spain follows Greece with mass strikes against austerity: here.

British government outlines plans to dismantle welfare: here.

Portuguese decry austerity measures: Thousands march in Lisbon to protest the government’s tax hikes and spending cuts: here.

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