Monthly Archives: May 2010

Rachel Bridgland on Gaza Flotilla attack

Dear All, I’m sorry not to have got back individually to everyone who’s e-mailed me today. Last night the humanitarian aid flotilla to Gaza, that Peter Venner from the Isle of Wight was participating in, was attacked by the Israeli … Continue reading

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Open Letter to MP on Gaza attack

Dear Mr Turner M.P. I hope you will protest about the piratical attack on a peaceful convoy on it way to alleviate the suffering of the Citizens of Gaza. The peaceful convoy was in International waters and was attacked by … Continue reading

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CPRK Accuses S.Korea of Linking Ship Sinking with North

Pyongyang, May 21 (KCNA) — A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) issued a statement on Friday assailing the south Korean puppet forces for releasing extremely provocative “results of the investigation” into the sinking of … Continue reading

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30th Anniversary of Gwangju People’s Uprising in Korea

MAY 18th marked the 30th anniversary of the heroic Gwangju People’s Uprising which took place in the city of Gwangju, south Korea, from May 18-28, 1980. This important anniversary is being commemorated in Korea and other countries. The Gwangju People’s … Continue reading

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Peter Venner joins the Flotilla to Gaza

Dear friends, Peter is off to join the flotilla. If you are interested in receiving regular updates, sign up with http://www.freegaza.org There are various theories about how the Israelis might deal with this latest attempt to break their illegal blockade … Continue reading

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Strike-Busting Agenda of the Courts

Workers rally against the strike-busting agenda of the courts The NUJ has been forced to call off industrial action scheduled to take place across several Johnston Press titles tomorrow (April 19) and re-ballot 550 members at the group. Incredibly, Johnston … Continue reading

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Is This Coalition the “Change” that the People Were Promised?

David Cameron visited the Queen who asked him to form a government. This is the way things work in this archaic system where formally authority still lies with the monarch in parliament. Having failed to sort out a champion of … Continue reading

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