Category Archives: Politics

The way the world is run – and the way it should be run.

Hairdo to Die For

I just came across this shocking article about the cost of Cherie Blair’s hair maintenance. The article claims that during the month leading up to the 2005 general election, the wife of the British Prime Minister spent £275 per day … Continue reading

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You Call That a Bomb?!

I received this in an email from a friend, the day after the London bombs: You call that a bomb! These new terrorists are just rubbish! I’ve lived in London on and off since 1973 and there has never been … Continue reading

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Bombs in the Dark

“I was on the train and there was a sudden jolt forward … There was a really hard banging from the carriage next door to us after the explosion – that’s where it happened. There was a fire beside me. … Continue reading

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Live8 & G8 Photos

The meeting of the G8 world leaders in Gleneagles, Scotland is about to begin. And Third World Debt, together with the poverty and exploitation it creates, is firmly under the spotlight. Below are the latest photos from the G8 and … Continue reading

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Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar’s Birthday

Today is the first full moon in May, a traditionally auspicious day known as “Ananda Purnima” (the blissful full-moon). On this day in 1921, Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar was born in Jamalpur, India. His early work as a railway clerk betrayed … Continue reading

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