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Rich know they can bet on Blair
He won't even allow tax debate NEWSPAPERS and most politicians united in an angry howl of rage last week. They were outraged by the suggestion that company directors presently grasping £500,000 a year might have to get by on £25,000 or even £50,000 less. A newspaper owner grabbing £2 million a year might lose £150,000! How would he survive! Last week in the corporate hospitality rooms at Royal Ascot the parasites from the City and big business quaffed £500 bottles of champagne and stuffed themselves with £300 lobster lunches.

No justice No liberation No peace
US FORCES have launched military operations in central Iraq over the last few days on a scale not seen since the height of the war. This is the same war that was supposed to have ended two months ago. Instead of liberation and justice, there are daily reports of civilian suffering. US troops are breaking into homes, rounding up young men and opening fire on bystanders.

Why are we paid so little?
MILLIONS OF words have been written about the euro this week. But there is one currency question that neither Tony Blair nor Gordon Brown will confront - the scandalous poverty wages that millions of workers in Britain are forced to exist on.

Blair lied, they died: Get him out
"He has plans for the use of chemical and biological weapons, which could be activated within 45 minutes" Tont Blair, 24 September 2002


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