Monthly Archives: November 2010

Dublin Protest:

Together we can beat them by John Millington Morning Star Over 100,000 Irish working people turned out in freezing conditions in Dublin on Saturday to show their total opposition to the EU/IMF-led austerity measures. Marching under the Irish Congress of … Continue reading

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Oxford Student Occupation

Oxford student occupation of Boldein Library building Rads cram Rad Cam in 24 hour stand-off Cherwell News, Friday 26 November 2010 http://www.cherwell.org/content/11131 Radical Oxford students were evacuated from the Radcliffe Camera by police this afternoon, after occupying the Lower Camera … Continue reading

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For An Anti-War Government!

Fifteen thousand people from across Britain marched on Saturday, November 20, to demand that Britain get out of Afghanistan now. The Afghanistan: Time to Go demonstration, called by the Stop the War Coalition, CND and the British Muslim Initiative, marched … Continue reading

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Student protests

Both students and markets are upending the case for cuts Economic crisis across Europe and growing opposition at home are starting to cut the ground from under the coalition Seumas Milne guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 24 November 2010 21.00 GMT Two years … Continue reading

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Bus User’s Letter

Dear editor, I am writing to you about Public transport. I do not have a car and rely on the buses on the Island. Whenever I think about buses I always think of the “bus service” and I want to … Continue reading

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Statement of solidarity with students

PLEASE SIGN. Statement of solidarity with students arrested at Millbank We need unity to break the Con-Dems’ attacks Stand with the protesters against victimisation Wednesday’s national NUS/UCU 50,000-strong national demonstration was a magnificent show of strength against the Con-Dems’ savage … Continue reading

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Katyn

The Katyn Massacre by Ella Rule At the end of the First World War, the boundary between Russia and Poland was settled as being along a line which became known as the Curzon line – Lord Curzon being the British … Continue reading

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