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Readers' Letters: Goodbye, Guardian

In the first post of a new section, we publish the letter of an (ex-)Guardian reader, detailing the reasons he bid goodbye to his former paper of choice. 733 more words
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Guardian on the wrong side of history over Corbyn

Guardian on the wrong side of history over Corbyn
by Ian Sinclair
Morning Star
19 October 2015

Perhaps the most extraordinary thing about Jeremy Corbyn’s landslide election to the Labour Party leadership was that he thrashed the other three candidates despite being opposed by almost the entire national press. 1,154 more words

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Red Neoliberals: How Corbyn’s Victory Unmasked Britain’s Guardian

by Jonathan Cook via The Blog from Nazareth

In autumn 2002 Ed Vulliamy, a correspondent for Britain’s Sunday Observer newspaper, stumbled on a terrible truth that many of us already suspected. 1,503 more words

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Corbyn - The Continued Freenzy

Jeremy Corbyn appeared to remain silent during the national anthem at the Battle of Britain memorial service at St Paul’s Cathedral…

The Guardian – Caroline Davies – Tuesday 15 September 2015… 570 more words

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Nationalism

Nations are built on the idea of exclusion: there is us, and them outside.

Polly Toynbee, The Guardian.

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JOHN CHUCKMAN COMMENT: ON ENDING THE MONARCHY AFTER ELIZABETH

John Chuckman

COMMENT POSTED TO AN ARTICLE IN THE GUARDIAN

These are tough but accurate words about the Monarchy from Polly Toynbee.

As someone who has always enjoyed British history and tradition, I nevertheless think Polly Toynbee’s final words are wise ones: “…let Elizabeth be the last.” 246 more words