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A bunch of links, and then some rambling about the US.

I still don’t really have any particularly original thoughts on recent events, but here’s a big list of various events and articles that’ve caught my eye over the last week or so: First of all, last week I complained that … Continue reading

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We have the beauty on our side: International round-up

To try and counter-act the usual UK-centric focus of the blog, here’s a round-up of some international stories that’ve caught my eye recently: In the US, grocery store cleaners in Minneapolis have launched a hunger strike against their starvation wages. … Continue reading

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Camping it up

So, it’s pretty obvious that the most exciting thing happening at the moment is the wave of huge protests that started off in Spain, but now seems to have spread to France and Greece, among other places (not least the … Continue reading

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