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by Daphne Liddle

NEARLY a quarter of a million civil servants throughout Britain took strike action on 8th and 9th March 2010 in protest at plans to drastically cut their redundancy compensation package - at a time when huge public spending cuts are likely in the near future.

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No choice in Iraq

The March 2010 Iraqi elections were, of course, a predictable farce that convinced no one in the Arab world that the puppet authorities have any legitimacy beyond that devolved by the occupying power.

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And the choice in Britain

In Britain Labour is closing the gap in the opinion polls with the Tories, amid predictions from some of the media gurus of a “hung” parliament after the next election. What they actually mean is a Labour and Liberal Democrat coalition which is precisely what the pro-EU elements within the British ruling class want, because that is the only way that they will be able to take Britain into the euro within the foreseeable future.

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