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Issue No. 2193

“The ‘terrorist wing’ of the trade union movement.”
Trevor Kavanagh leads the hysteria against the Unite union in his Sun column

“The battle to protect public sector pay, pensions and job security will make the Winter of Discontent look like a tea party.”
Trevor Kavanagh acknowledges the scale of the battles ahead

“What happened in Germany up until 1939 was, probably, good for the country.”
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone on Adolf Hitler’s first years in power

“I recognise that her victory over the trade unions was immensely significant.”
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg on why he celebrates Margaret Thatcher’s assault on the working class

“We will follow Greece down the road to economic, political and social disruption.”
Nick Clegg admits that mass struggle is on the way if people refuse to accept cuts

“I almost threw up when I read the report. It makes me sick of this industry.”
A Wall Street executive responds to the damning report into the collapse of Lehman Brothers

“The fiscal strategy needs to be significantly reinforced.”
The European Commission demands that Britain make harsher spending cuts

“But this is just the tip of iceberg of a new militant tendency in the next generation of Labour MPs.”
Tory Michael Gove incredibly believes that the left is running the Labour Party

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Tue 16 Mar 2010, 19:38 GMT
Issue No. 2193
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