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Our health not for sale

by Daphne Liddle

THE ROYAL College of General Practitioners, which represents 42,000 family doctors, last week wrote to Prime Minister David Cameron warning that the Con-Dem Coalition’s planned changes to healthcare in Britain risk wrecking the NHS.

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Gaddafi mobilises tribal support

by Our Arab Affairs correspondent

IMPERIALIST warplanes are continuing to pound Libya despite renewed United Nations calls for a halt in fighting to allow the delivery of aid, amid reports that hundreds of fleeing African migrants were left to die in the Mediterranean after a number of Nato air and sea units apparently ignored their cries for help.

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Labour must adopt real social reforms

LAST WEEK’S elections were a widely seen as a litmus test for the national Tory-led coalition government. Many in the Labour camp hoped that the polls in Scotland, Wales and local authorities in England, coupled with the referendum on the Alternative Vote proposal, would reflect the widespread anger at the Coalition Government’s sweeping cuts and attacks on public services in the year that they’ve been in power.

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