Monthly Archives: March 2013

Cyprus on the Brink

One of the most shocking developments in the ongoing Euro crisis was the bail out conditions which imposed a levy on the savings of ordinary Cypriots. These conditions were as we know, voted down by the Cypriot parliament but a … Continue reading

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Welsh Labour betrayal laid bare

Cardiff voters turned out in their thousands last year to reject the coalition of Liberal Democrat and Plaid Cymru councilors initiating the despicable implementation of cuts demanded by the Westminster government. Earlier this month the Labour-controlled authority publicly announced a package of … Continue reading

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Socialism and feminism are inseperable entities

By Daniel Pitt The patriarchal oppression of women shapes every civilisation in our modern world, although there are pivotal  differences in what form this oppression takes because gender relations are always interwoven with class, race, sexuality and other social relations. Women … Continue reading

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