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Tories make us sick

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16.2.13

 

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Sadie Robinson: Tories make us sick

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16.2.13

 

The Tories continue to export meat that could contain a harmful horse drug, writes Sadie Robinson

 

The things they say

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16.2.13

 

Quotes from last week’s equal marriage debate

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim’s view

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16.2.13

 

Of course I’m not going to be pope – I want the top job!

 

Simon Basketter: Man who spied on the left met Tory cabinet minister

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16.2.13

 

Jack Winder spent over three decades spying on people for the Economic League – a shadowy organisation set up in 1919 to combat Bolshevism.

 

Marches across Ireland show the bitterness at austerity

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16.2.13

 

Some 100,000 people took to the streets across the Republic of Ireland against austerity on Saturday of last week.

 

Migrants protest in Greece after death of street vendor

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16.2.13

 

Anti-racists joined Senegalese migrants to demonstrate outside Athens town hall on Thursday of last week, over the killing of a Senegalese street vendor.

 

Car workers strike in France

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16.2.13

 

Workers at two major car plants in the Paris region have been on strike against massive job losses.

 

What we think: Food testing cuts let bosses feed us on filth

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16.2.13

 

The Tories have raced to reassure people that they should keep buying processed food after horsemeat was found in several beef products.

 

What we think: No debate for fascists

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16.2.13

 

The Cambridge Union has defended its invitation of French fuhrer Marine Le Pen to a debate. But you can’t debate with fascists.

 

Alex Callinicos: Why there’s trouble ahead for the Tories

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16.2.13

 

Last week ended well for David Cameron. Lined up with German chancellor Angela Merkel he secured, for the first time, a cut in the European Union’s long-term budget for 2014-20.

 

Dave Sewell: Battle is on for a fighting Unite union

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16.2.13

 

More than 100 branches and workplaces of the Unite union have nominated blacklisted engineer Jerry Hicks to be their new general secretary.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim: Pantomime horse

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16.2.13

 

Sadie Robinson: 15 February 2003: The world against the war

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16.2.13

 

Saturday 15 February 2003 went down in history. Over 20 million people across the world joined a global protest against war in Iraq. The scale of the action stunned rulers everywhere.

 

15 February 2003: How the anti-war protest changed us all for good

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16.2.13

 

“The school student walkouts were inspiring. I could see that protesting in solidarity with Iraq meant more to them than simply bunking off.”

 

Judith Orr: 15 February 2003: The anti-war movement politicised millions

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16.2.13

 

The Iraq war will haunt Tony Blair to his grave. He will forever be known as the imperialist warmonger who defied the mass of the population when he backed the US invasion and occupation.

 

Laura Miles: The creation of ‘normal’ sex

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16.2.13

 

The rapid expansion of capitalism and its need for the family lie at the root of homophobia and the creation of the homosexual label, writes Laura Miles.

 

Sinead Kennedy: Ireland: 30,000 women used as slave labour for their ‘sins’

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16.2.13

 

Sinead Kennedy looks at the background to a new report into the horrific treatment of women in Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries.

 

Jaouhar Bani: Tunisia erupts for murdered leftist

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16.2.13

 

Hundreds of thousands of people marched at the funeral of Chokri Belaid, a leading opposition politician in Tunisia, on Friday of last week. Towns across the country shut down as people struck and filled the streets.

 

Ken Olende: Mali: French ‘victory’ descends into chaos

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16.2.13

 

French claims of victory turned out to be premature as Islamist rebels counter-attacked in northern Mali’s largest city, Gao. The city saw two days of heavy fighting last weekend.

 

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