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National Union of Students (International Students Campaign), National Union of Students (Black Students Campaign), London Black Revolutionaries, National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts and DocsNotCops are co-organising a protest at Home Office on December 18 on UN International Migrants Day.
by Benali Hamdache I alongside many thousands of others regularly complete YouGov quizzes in the vain hope of eventually accruing enough points to earn £50. In pursuit of that rather remote goal I regularly complete the weekly YouGov poll that tries to assess the political climate. One of the weekly questions asked was what the […]
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Book Review of Beaten but not Defeated: Siegfried Moos – A German Anti-Nazi who Settled in Britain by Merilyn Moos. Chronos Books, Winchester 2014. £17.99 by Louis Bayman You might be forgiven for asking, who was Siegfried Moos? There is little reason for fame to accrue to an academic at the Oxford Institute of Statistics […]
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by Jim Jepps “If the Scots want to show some solidarity with the people in England who feel trapped in a centralised state where cheap credit, privatisation and deregulation are the only solutions offered, they should vote yes to independence and set us all free.” Billy Bragg Adam Ramsay pointed out that “In Scotland, […]
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Merilyn Moos Reviews “A Matter of Intelligence. M15 and the Surveillance of Anti-Nazi Refugees 1933-50” by Charmian Brinson and Richard Dove. We too often think of the consequences of Nazism as something far away from us. But many of the refugees who came to the UK between 1933 and 1939 ended up living in and […]