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Frontpage: Why should we pay for their mess?

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27.9.08

 

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Why should we pay for their mess?

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27.9.08

 

Our jobs, homes and pensions at risk | Brown insists on backing big business

 

Chris Bambery: Gordon Brown reassures the rich that he’s still on their side

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27.9.08

 

Despite the economic turmoil unleashed by the banks last week, Gordon Brown has signaled that New Labour’s love affair with finance and big business will continue.

 

Will the crisis lead to the rebirth of the Labour left?

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27.9.08

 

Some in the Labour Party believe that the economic crisis will herald a revival of the party’s left wing.
Neal Lawson, of the centre-left Compass think-tank, told a fringe meeting at this week’s conference that the era of free markets could be over, effective management of capitalism was on the agenda and the crisis has given Labour a lifeline.

 

Labour conference: Policies and personalities are linked

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27.9.08

 

The phrase “We should be talking about policies not personalities,” has become the mantra of Labour left wingers when questioned on Gordon Brown’s leadership.

 

Sadie Robinson: Labour conference: New Labour whitewash at the party fringe

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27.9.08

 

You wouldn’t have known that both the Labour Party and the economy faced serious problems from some of the fringe meetings at the conference.

 

Simon Basketter: PFI scam leads to soaring government debt

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27.9.08

 

The government’s commitment to privatisation is putting schools, hospitals and the care of the vulnerable and elderly at risk.

 

Leila Assaf: Knife crime: Marchers angry at politicians

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27.9.08

 

Some 2,000 people turned out for an anti-knife crime rally in London last Saturday, called by the families of some recent victims of gun and knife crime.

 

Simon Assaf: Will the economic crisis help Obama?

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27.9.08

 

Is Barack Obama making a turn to the left? His recent statements on the US economy seem to suggest so.

 

Ken Olende: Danger in Zimbabwe compromise deal

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27.9.08

 

The deal between president Robert Mugabe’s ruling Zanu-PF party and Morgan Tsvangirai’s opposition MDC has been widely hailed as heralding the end of the crisis in Zimbabwe. However there are serious problems with the deal.

 

South Africa: Tensions grow in the ANC

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27.9.08

 

South Africa’s president Thabo Mbeki resigned on Sunday, to be replaced by Kgalema Motlanthe.

 

David Jardine: Poor trampled to death in Indonesia as they rush to claim £1.75 handout

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27.9.08

 

Pasuruan is a small, undistinguished town in East Java. Known nationally in Indonesia as the hometown of popular female singer Inul Daristuta, it recently filled the headlines for a much different reason.

 

Thousands in Manchester to protest against the war

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27.9.08

 

More than 5,000 people marched through central Manchester last Saturday against the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan, and to oppose the spread of war to other countries.

 

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