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Irish water protest
Explosion of anger in Ireland over water charges

About 100,000 people assembled in front of the Irish Parliament, Dail Eireann, on Wednesday in protest at the imposition of water charges through a new quango, Irish Water. Eyewitness report from Frank Hayes in Dublin.

3 Winters
History comes back to bite you

Croatia and other countries of the former Yugoslavia are making a rich contribution to contemporary culture, especially theatre and film. Thanks to the National Theatre, we can see for ourselves.

Osbourne
Osborne’s declaration of war on the people

The cuts to government spending over the next five years will significantly exceed those made in the last five. Be warned: the austerity we’ve seen so far was only the warm-up for the main event.

Gerry Gold reports

Roy Bhaskar
Roy Bhaskar

Roy Bhaskar’s passing robs the world of a great philosophical spirit and enlightened campaigner for human emancipation, says Corinna Lotz.

RIC
Hunger for change grips Scotland

The appetite for political change demonstrated by the Scotland independence referendum continues undiminished as shown by two massive events on Glasgow's riverside on Saturday.

Penny Cole reports

Russell Brand
Thanks, Russell, for pushing the door open

Corinna Lotz has just finished reading Revolution by Russell Brand and she’s written him a letter with her thoughts on the comedian’s new book.

Welcome bottle
Undressing your mind

An Institute for Sexology? The very notion may sound a bit risqué, even in our sexually liberated age.

Review by Corinna Lotz

After Occupy
Battle for democracy IS the struggle against inequality

As millions around the world take to the streets to demand real democracy, Tom Malleson’s After Occupy: Economic Democracy for the 21st Century is timely, says Gerry Gold

Croydon Assembly
Croydon Assembly aims “for real change”

The inaugural Croydon Assembly heard chair Ted Knight say that working people would have to defend themselves against attacks on their living standards and services, whatever the result of next year’s election.

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