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Much too high a price

Some devastating letters in the Guardian today pointing up the 'international community' doublespeak over Iran.

  • Written by Linsdey German
  • Category: Opinion

What's in a name?

One of the weirdest manifestations of hostility to Muslims is concern about children's names. A couple of months ago it was reported that nearly all the most popular names of new born boys in Brussels were of Muslim origin.

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Opinion

Obama: the right resurgent

I went to New York and all I got was a lousy photo. That might be the sentiment of Mahmoud Abbas as he heads back to Palestine.

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Opinion

Solidarity forever

It's a tribute to all those who have campaigned for Palestine, especially in the last year over Gaza, that the TUC has passed a resolution calling for a boycott of Israel and criticising the Israeli Histradut union.

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Opinion

Corruption: surely not?

The count for the Afghan election must be the longest in the world...and every week prolongs the agony.

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Opinion

Sexy at six?

A pole dancing doll manufactured by an unnamed toy company and marketed at young girls has ignited the rage of parents and journalists alike.

  • Written by Eleanor James, NUS Womens committee
  • Category: Opinion

Japan - A vote for change

Socialist Aotearoa's Shomi Yoon and Dougal McNeill on how the landslide victory for the DPJ is really a historical event.

  • Written by Shomi Yoon and Dougal McNeill
  • Category: Opinion

Working in a primary school

A personal account of working in a primary school by a Learning Mentor - preparing children for the rigors of the modern labour market.

  • Written by Anon
  • Category: Opinion

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