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UK: 2.56 million without hope
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UK: 2.56 million without hope

The British economic strength and its resistance to the Euro crisis is starting to be called into question after a study was published showing an increase of 70,000 people out of work. . The rate of people without a job in the United Kingdom stood at 7.9% in the quarter […]

Rights and legal reform
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Rights and legal reform

The new legalisation establishes cuts in social spending which will have repercussions on the most vulnerable sector of society. Immigrants should know about certain measures which they can take to ensure that their worker’s and human rights are not violated.   The austerity measures imposed by European governments regarding cuts […]

Say ‘no’ to budget cuts
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Say ‘no’ to budget cuts

Economic reform and drastic reductions in the social welfare budget are results of the economic crisis.  A demonstration on 16th February in Newcastle will give people the opportunity to march against the cuts. The vast majority of government austerity measures are characterised by cuts: the culture sector has been one […]

More than just football
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More than just football

There are  times when the king of sports breaks down barriers and  serves as a means of political demonstration. This  will be the topic of June 7th. _ Sometimes, football and politics join forces. Or they use each other for their own benefit. An example of this occurred a few […]