It’s generally accepted here and internationally that Syriza will win. In the last week there is a small increase for Syriza in the opinion polls – of about 1%. Really this is a stabilisation of Syriza’s lead. Including abstentions, Syriza’s support stands around 25-27%, discounting these it rises to about 30-33% – close to, but not sufficient for, a majority government.Read More »
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By Cillian Gillespie The first week of January witnessed horror on the streets of Paris with the horrific killing of twelve people in the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a police officer and four Jewish people in a kosher shop two days later. These inexcusable criminal attacks must be unreservedly condemned. They have shocked and horrified working class ...Read More »
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Socialist Party leads successful campaign against Toll Road and for investment in public transport.Read More »
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A report recently published by Credit Suisse has found that inequality has now reached a record high.Read More »
“This [ebola] is the moral bankruptcy of capitalism, acting in the absence of an ethical and social framework” John Ashton, president of the UK Faculty of Public Health.Read More »
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