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Joseph Stiglitz: unsurprising Jeremy Corbyn is a Labour leadership contender | Politics | The Guardian

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This is an excellent read from the Guardian, citing Nobel winning economist, Joe Stiglitz speaking candidly in London. Check it out! 84 more words

Politics

Fiery protests in Greece

Riot policemen stand guard in front of the Greek Parliament before clashes in Athens, Greece.

World

George Osborne Declares War On The Working Class. Are We Fucking Up For It?

Do not be fooled by some pissy rise in the minimum wage that will all be clawed back in Tax Credit cuts anyway, George Osborne’s budget speech represents the most savage attack on the working class that has been seen in decades. 709 more words

Welfare Reform

southessexheckler reblogged this on The Heckler and commented:

As ever, some sharp analysis from The Void on exactly what the budget means for working class people. Suffice to say, the brutal reality of Osborne's budget is somehwat different to that conveyed in the gleeful headlines shown in the image on the previous post...

An anti-austerity rally in front of the parliament building in Athens, Greece

Protesters attend an anti-austerity rally in front of the parliament building in Athens, Greece.

Pakistan

Britain's Right And Their Opposition To Protest

The British Right (the Tories and Kippers) will tell anyone who will listen that they’re democrats. One form of democracy which they don’t approve of is the protest. 600 more words

Government & Politics

Britain's Right And Their Opposition To Protest

The British Right (the Tories and Kippers) will tell anyone who will listen that they’re democrats. One form of democracy which they don’t approve of is the protest. 600 more words

Government & Politics

Politics in the UK: The Tories, more resignations than The Thick of It, and the opposition parties rising from the ashes.

Not writing related, but I thought I’d do a little comment piece on the UK general election.

So, another general election has came and went in the UK. 896 more words