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Rubble Bucket Challenge for Gaza outside Downing St!

Caroline Twin-Jenin and Pete Deane successfully completed the Rubble Bucket Challenge for Gaza outside Downing St!
Pete and Caroline are not asking for donations but ask you to please sign this FOA petition against the UK arming Israel & join the Open the Rafah crossing permanently and unconditionally page. To allow Gazans to rebuild their[…]

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Banking – The Corrupt Core of a Rotten System

By Peter Dombi
 
Yesterday it was announced that Lloyds Bank was being fined £218m for fiddling interest rates in order to manipulate the market for its own benefit*. The particularly shocking thing about this incident – the latest in a long line of corrupt practices by the banks – is that the offence happened[…]

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Multinational Corporations Threaten Democracy

Cross-posted from Peter Dombi’s website Our Broken System
 
We like to think that we live in a democratic society, where the laws and conditions that we live under are set by the government, which is in turn elected by us. The reality of course is that we live under a corrupted system, which is[…]

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Defend our right to save people and planet.

Defend our right to save people and planet. Crossposted from John Sinha’s Blog.
Today marks the twentieth anniversary of one of the largest marches in defence of the right to protest and assemble freely in this country. The Criminal Justice Act was introduced by the Major government in order to clamp down on a fast[…]

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The Injustice of Free Market Capitalism

Cross-posted from Peter Dombi’s website Our Broken System
 
This year there has been a flurry of excitement with the release of the book Capital in the Twenty-First Century, written by the French economist Thomas Piketty . In it Piketty explains how the inevitable result of Free Market Capitalism is ever-greater levels of inequality in[…]

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Barton Moss by Tina Louise.

Barton Moss by Tina Louise.
Each of those police faces is etched in my mind… I took the time to know each face in succession and there was certainly the time to do it for the length of the path at the Moss.
Supported by Protectors either side – I prefer to walk backwards so[…]

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9 Brands You Can Boycott to Hold Israel Accountable for Its Violation of International Law

Forward by Inka Stafrace
With the war in Gaza raging on it is time to be reminded that the Boycott Divestment Sanctions Movement is one to join in action and spirit.
The achievement of the BDS movement to date, is the most powerful message the international community can send to the Israeli government and the[…]

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Booming London Property Prices By Borough

Crossposted from Delivery Quote Compare

London was never a particularly cheap place to live – in fact, Rightmove’s figures suggest that the average asking price of a property in London has risen by £80,000 since the start of 2014. As a result, prices are now at an all-time high, and only look set to rise[…]

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OCCUPY WALL STREET PORTRAITS

Crossposted from kickstarter 
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Photos of activists and their hopes for change. The Occupy Portraits is ready to publish, if you take action and donate now.

Until the funding comes through for the archival print edition, please click here to enjoy an on-line version of the book for free.

When the Occupy[…]

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