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'Will we ever get justice?'
ANGRY FAMILIES demanded answers as they walked away from two court cases last week. They wanted to know if they would ever get any justice. A jury reached an "open" verdict in the inquest of Harry Stanley, who was shot by Metropolitan Police officers in September 1999.

We say they're welcome here

Scapegoat Britain
APARTHEID FOR children-that is what David Blunkett pushed through the school system this week. The government wants refugee children educated separately from the rest. They will be treated as second class and labelled as "problems", and then blamed for the crisis in schools.

Return of the nuclear nightmare
"On TV the old generals talk of first strike and second strike capability as though they're discussing a family board game. My friends and I discuss Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the dead bodies choking the river, the living stripped of their skin."

Stop the witchhunt against refugees
Myth 1: Britain is flooded with refugees

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