Lead story

The Bloody Sunday inquiry - VINDICATED!

by Daphne Liddle

THE LONG-AWAITED report of the Saville Inquiry into the events of Bloody Sunday — 30th January 1972 in Derry in the occupied north of Ireland — were met with relief and joy by the survivors and bereaved families of the massacre, in which a total of 13 innocent people were shot dead (another died later of gunshot wounds) by British soldiers and a similar number injured.

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Blame capitalism

by Eric Trevett

YOUNG people entering the Labour market have high hopes of getting a good wage in a job with reasonable prospects. But for many these hopes are soon replaced with doubts as to whether they can get a job at all. This particularly affects working class youth; due the policies of successive Tory and Labour governments a range of options has been closed.

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Editorial

The Dictatorship of the Big Banks

NEW LABOUR economics guru Will Hutton last Monday in a Channel Four TV edition of Dispatches gave us a revealing and informative insight into the power and wealth of the big banks and the City of London.

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