Friday, 23 October 2009

Unite Against Fascism Demo, Hull.


A UAF demo was held in Hull to mark the BBC Question Time decision to give the BNP a platform on its flagship politics slot.

A good 50 supporters turned out at the BBC on the evening. I went to support and met a number of old friends who have campaigned on many issues over the years. The demo was well-supported by a good crowd of young people from the Warren Youth Centre across the road. The last thing Britain needs now is an empahasis of extreme right politics. - MD


Public must learn to 'tolerate the inequality' of bonuses, says Goldman Sachs exec (guardian.co.uk) - Yeah, when Hull freezes over!


1 shot of gene therapy and children with congenital blindness can now see. (eurekalert.org)


The Ethiopian government has asked the international community for emergency food aid for 6.2 million people. (news.bbc.co.uk)


Should an elderly relative become mentally incapacitated, through Alzheimer's or whatever, this is how government can get your money, since 2007.

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