Daily Archives: March 6, 2008

Democracy Bristol-style

Those of you think Bristol is run by an unholy alliance of quangocrats, big business interests and well-remunerated out-of-town consultants with no regard for democracy are certainly getting your worst fears confirmed by the Railway Path fiasco. Yet another email … Continue reading

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Global day of action for Mansour Osanloo and Mahmoud Salehi

Today is a global day of action for Mansour Osanloo and Mahmoud Salehi, two Iranian trade unionists being held in prison by the Iranian theocracy on charges of “endangering national security”. This pair are unlikely to get the publicity afforded … Continue reading

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