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RUSSIAN FORCES CONTINUE OFFENSIVE - NUCLEAR POWER PLANT THREATENED

by our Eastern European Affairs correspondent

UKRAINIAN troops and fascist militia are battling to hold the line as Russian and Donbas troops continue their offensive across the Donbas front. The Russians and their Donbas allies have taken Ukraine’s fortified positions west of Donetsk airport whilst launching a mini-offensive in the Kharkov region that resulted in the liberation of the town of Udy in northern Ukraine.

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Korea’s road to freedom

by New Worker correspondent

KOREAN solidarity campaigners returned to the Sid French library at the NCP Party Centre last weekend for a seminar that focused on the 77th anniversary of the liberation of Korea and the outstanding achievements of the Korean communists who freed the country from Japanese colonialism and then went on to lead the people’s government that beat back the American invaders and their lackeys during the Korean war.

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Editorial

Times change but nothing changes

NO-ONE should be surprised at Boris Johnson’s last days at the helm. He was, after-all, utterly useless as Prime Minister. Whilst he had plenty of time for his lavish wedding anniversary bash, he failed to turn up to emergency COBRA meetings over the heatwave. He’s done nothing to help people facing the sky-rocketing energy bills, instead he spends his final days in office lording it in Slovenia and Greece whilst the cost-of-living crisis worsens and the country bakes in a heat-wave not seen since the 1970s.

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