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The referendum in Greece on Sunday 5 July 2015 is an important moment in history.
Today (20th June 2015) will see the first national anti-austerity demonstration since David Cameron was re-elected.
In recent years, our understanding of what is meant by the terms poverty and social justice has been manipulated.
On the eve of the election, 650 stories from people at the sharp end of austerity were read aloud in a live performance, as part of artist-activist Liz Crow’s Figures project.
Cuts in the UK have harmed many of the most disadvantaged, including people who are disabled or low-paid.
In May 2010 our economy had bounced back from the banking crisis and was growing well.
The total wealth of Britain’s richest 1000 individuals and families has more than doubled over ten years, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.
Many dramas are based on a true story. I never thought I’d see a General Election based on fiction.
In a column in the Telegraph, Fraser Nelson has stated:
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The Anabaptist Network are hosting an important event on peace and reconciliation on the 12th March 2016 at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church.
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