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offsite link Fifty Ways to Leave the European Convention on Human Rights Fri Apr 19, 2024 17:28 | Dr David McGrogan
Rishi Sunak has once again been dropping hints about leaving the European Convention on Human Rights. This is not credible, says Dr David McGrogan: such a feat would require a Government far more serious than this one.
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offsite link Pupil Suspensions Reach Record High as Experts Blame Effect of Lockdowns on Behaviour Fri Apr 19, 2024 15:30 | Will Jones
The number of pupils suspended from school has reached a record high as experts warn that bad behaviour has increased as a result of lockdown school closures.
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offsite link Up to Half of Excess Deaths in U.S. Nursing Homes Were Due to Lockdowns and Mitigation Measures Fri Apr 19, 2024 13:19 | Will Jones
Up to half of excess deaths in American nursing homes were due to the impact of lockdowns and mitigation measures on frail residents rather than the virus, according to new analysis.
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offsite link Woke Activists Need to Read Their David Hume Fri Apr 19, 2024 11:16 | Dr James Allan
The great Scottish Enlightenment philosopher David Hume would have some things to teach today's woke activists, says Prof James Allan: about a mind-independent reality that has no truck with claims of 'my truth'.
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offsite link Farmers? Biggest Problems are Green Ideologues, not Climate Change Fri Apr 19, 2024 09:00 | Ben Pile
It's been a wet winter and this is bad news for farmers, says Ben Pile. But with agricultural yields increasing sharply over recent decades, there's no reason to link it to climate change or start catostrophising about it.
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Red Banner issue 59 out now

category national | anti-capitalism | other press author Saturday March 28, 2015 17:46author by Red Bannerauthor email red_banner at yahoo dot comauthor address PO Box 6587, Dublin 6 Report this post to the editors

Issue 59 of
Red Banner: a magazine of socialist ideas
is out now
€2 / £1.50 from bookshops or the address above

Army dreamers
Noel McDermott reviews two new books on the Irish Citizen Army and those who fought in it

SOCIALIST CLASSICS Leon Trotsky, Results and Prospects
75 years after Trotsky’s assassination, Maeve Connaughton examines one of his lasting contributions to revolutionary thought

Where, oh, where is our James Connolly?
Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh undercovers another sorry chapter in the publication of Connolly’s writings

I dTreo Critic ar an Eacnamaíocht Pholaitiúil: Réamhfhocal
Téacs cáiliúil cinniúnach de chuid Karl Marx aistrithe go Gaeilge den chéad uair

The Hidden Connolly
In articles unpublished since his execution James Connolly rounds on a hypocritical journalist, not to mention private property

Liam O’Flaherty and the four-day revolt
Lily Murphy tells how a soon-famous writer led a short-lived rising of Dublin’s unemployed

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