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PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Thousands of teachers and lecturers are to hold a demonstration at Parliament next month in a fresh
Over a long period of time, the notion of looking out for each other, helping each other, has been undermined precisely by the rise of the interfering state. That is the only reason these so-called 'vigilantes' look weird.
The "shock", "outrage", "disgust" and "condemnation" has been coming thick and fast in relation to the riots that began in London, but have now spread to other parts of the country
The message which was carried around the streets of Cairo, Benghazi and Algiers, is now inspiring tens of thousands of young Israelis in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Beer Sheva.
Tens of thousands of Syrians returned to the streets to denounce President Bashar al-Assad's regime and declare support for
How could you not feel a twinge of sympathy for a decent chap like Jonathan May-Bowles of Edinburgh Gardens, Windsor, being sent down for simply carrying out a stunt?
Taking in this week's news, it's hard to believe that the British people once knew how to protest effectively - and yet there
What started out as a peaceful protest, with the aim of calling for an end to the current poor economic and for democratic
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch joined a list of other famous people who've also been attacked over the years. Remember when former
Italians are not exactly known for their revolutionary spirit, or their sense of political integrity - but since Los Indignados