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David Cameron humiliated me, says Peter Cruddas – the man who bankrolled the Tory party – UK Politics – UK – The Independent

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Tax Research UK » John Humphrys is biased – and even the BBC now say so

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Workfare: A Nazi Policy

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Godwin’s Law states that at some point any debate or discussion on the internet will eventually degenerate into one or other of the two sides accusing their opponent of being a Nazi. Unfortunately, sometimes the accusations of totalitarianism and Fascism are accurate. Like most administrations, the Nazi regime had to deal with the problem of unemployment. This was tackled through a programme of public works. They also sought to combat it through a series of laws regulating the movement and providing for the compulsory conscription of labour and its direction by the state.

Amongst its other provisions, the Law for the Regulation of Work Allocation of 15th May 1934 prevented rural workers from migrating to big cities with high unemployment. It also made it difficult for farmworkers to take up other forms of employment. On 26th February 1935 a further law was passed, the Law for Meeting Labour Requirements in…

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Iain Duncan Smith’s aggressive welfare philosophy

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UKIP on ‘illegal’ leaflet that … reveals their policies | Political Scrapbook

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Democracy at Work – The Cure for Capitalism

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Democracy at Work – The Cure for Capitalism

From Richard D Wolff

This brilliant video from Richard D Wollf demonstrates have capitalism in the US unravelled Roosevelt’s New Deal. In the UK, there was a glimpse of  an alternative to capitalism in 1945 and Wolff’s speech echoes Tony Benn’s call for a democratic revolution. Capitalism has failed. It is fuelled by competition. The winners consume the others, and become too big to fail. Wealth is polarised between the very rich and very poor. When people become so poor they begin to push back. That time has come.

This brilliant video from Richard D Wollf echoes Tony Benn’s call for a democratic revolution. Capitalism has failed. It is fuelled by competition. The winners consume the others, and become too big to fail. Wealth is polarised between the very rich and very poor. When people become so poor they begin to push…

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