Monthly Archives: December 2014

Hakim Adi: Africa

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International Government deficit / surplus as a percentage of GDP

Economics: Key tables from OECD – ISSN 2074-384x – © OECD 2014 ‌ Government deficit / surplus as a percentage of GDP ‌ General government financial balance, surplus (+), deficit (-) ‌ ‌ ‌‌ ‌2008‌ ‌2009‌ ‌2010‌ ‌2011‌ ‌2012‌ ‌2013‌ ‌2014‌ ‌2015‌ ‌ Australia … Continue reading

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The unwavering confidence in victory which Fidel instilled in us will continue to guide our people

Author: Raul Castro Ruz | internet@granma.cu december 23, 2014 10:12:51 Photo: Estudio Revolución Compañeras and compañeros: We have experienced intense and moving moments in recent days. This December we successfully hosted the Fifth Caricom-Cuba Summit and the XIII Summit of … Continue reading

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Scientists attack Home Secretary’s student exit plan

By Jonathan Webb Science reporter, BBC News The home secretary has backed a proposal to send foreign students straight home Home Secretary Theresa May’s plan to expel foreign graduates from the UK has drawn strong criticism from scientists. They say … Continue reading

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Strike at Amazon:

First Germany, now France defies Amazon over pay Barbed wire in front of the Amazon logistics centre in Graben, Germany Reuters/Michaela Rehle By RFI French trade unions have called on Amazon workers to go on strike on Monday, less than … Continue reading

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Finance Settlement Must Help Not Hinder Parishes

The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) is calling for the Government to help local (parish and town) councils through local government finance after a finance settlement statement was made from the Department of Communities and Local Government on Thursday … Continue reading

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Foodbanks:

  The issue is one of justice — simply the right to live  Morning Star Hunger is widespread in Britain and requires drastic intervention, writes PAUL DONOVAN The question must be why so many foodbanks, not how many can we … Continue reading

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