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London police fed intel to construction cartel to build illegal blacklist of labour organisers
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It's been six years since investigative journalists published their expose accusing London's Metropolitan Police of colluding with the UK's construction cartel to blacklist workers who complained about unsafe working conditions, abusive bosses and wage-th ...[Read more]
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How UK’s May tried to start a Cold War
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The week that has just ended was exceptionally rich in events. But no media were able to report it, because they had all deliberately masked certain of their number in order to protect the story that was being woven by their government. London had attempt ...[Read more]
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1.7 million viewers tuned into Bernie Sanders Inequality Town Hall webcast
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ack in January, a million people tuned in to Bernie Sanders' town hall on universal health-care; yesterday, 1.7 million people tuned in to watch Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Michael Moore, and a panel of experts discuss inequality. It was 90 minutes of w ...[Read more]
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Why we don’t respect the West anymore
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Essentially, the West should be horrified not because 76% of Russians voted for Putin, but because this elections have demonstrated that 95% of Russia’s population supports conservative-patriotic, communist and nationalist ideas. That means that liberal ...[Read more]
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In Call for Peace Address, Bernie Sanders Takes on Endless War and Global Oligarchy
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In a wide-ranging speech viewed by more than 11,000 people from over 30 countries, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Sunday commemorated the 15th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq by highlighting its devastating consequences and issuing an urgent call f ...[Read more]
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How The New York Times Is Making War With Iran More Likely
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Which country America will fight in its next ill-advised war. Iran? Or, assuming President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un don’t hit it off at their summit, North Korea? Maybe even Venezuela or Russia? It’s easier to say what one of the major causes of t ...[Read more]
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It’s all Putin’s fault… but still he wins
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As a counterpoint to the 24/7 Russophobia oozing out of the US and the UK, Vladimir Putin is all but guaranteed to be re-elected for a fourth presidential term this Sunday. Beyond the foregone conclusion, what’s really hanging in the balance is the 7 ...[Read more]
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Reality Check: Ex CIA Director Says U.S. Meddles for a ‘Good Cause’
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Ex-CIA Director James Woolsey said it himself. Yes, the U.S. meddles in other countries elections. But when we do it, it’s for the right reasons. “Only for a very good cause,” he says, because our government is ensuring foreign elections result in ...[Read more]
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US Senate Warns Russia of Sanctions if S-400 Sold to Any Foreign Nations
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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A group of US lawmakers led by Senator Bob Menendez told the State Department in a letter that any sale of Russian S-400 air defense system should lead to new punitive measures as stipulated in the Countering America’s Adversaries ...[Read more]
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Russia Claims US Deploys Warships For Imminent Attack On Syria, Trains Militants For False Flag Attack
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And so we now wait for that flashing, red headline saying that US ships in the Mediterranean have launched a missile attack on Syria, just like a year ago. Only this time Russia - which is allied with the Assad regime - is not planning to be on the defens ...[Read more]
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After all the posturing and ‘outrage’, Tories meekly do… exactly what Corbyn said
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Much forced outrage and posturing – among the Tories and a few adventurist Labour backbenchers, as well as in the ‘MSM’ – has followed Jeremy Corbyn’s call for the government to behave in accordance with international law, to take evidence-based ...[Read more]
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