From the daily archives:

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Join The March On Saturday

March 23, 2011

We don’t plug events as a rule on Allthatsleft, but this is important. I’ve not been on a demonstration since 2003, against the War in Iraq.  But it is vital that Saturday’s TUC-led demonstration against the cuts is as successful as possible. There are many things that Allsthatsleft stands for, but above all our most important […]

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Back Of The Net With Ray North: There’s Only One Gareth Bale

March 23, 2011

If you look very carefully at the above video, you might see me behind the goal jumping up and down in a canary yellow adidas t-shirt just after Ian Walsh has scored the second Welsh goal. Ahhh. More later. Now, first, let me reflect upon the predictions I made in my February – hmm, a […]

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#125: 2009, Lily Allen, Fuck You

March 23, 2011

Followers of the Allthatsleft, and in particular the award winning Songs to Learn and Sing feature (I made it up about being award winning, but hey, who knows), will have noticed a recent trend towards picking female artists and singers. I have to admit (probably to my shame) that yesterday it was my intention to […]

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Libyan Traps

March 23, 2011

We at Allthatsleft have supported action through the United Nations to prevent Colonel Gaddafi’s odious regime from using his superior military force to attack civilians in rebel held areas.  Some of his rhetoric prior had been absolutely blood curdling as he talked of showing no mercy to anyone found in Benghazi to have assisted the […]

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Budget 2011: Lower Growth, Higher Unemployment and Tax Cuts for Big Business

March 23, 2011

It is not that I am surprised exactly – this is after all a hardcore Thatcherite Chancellor of the Exchequor in the most economically right wing government in at least 70 years, but the choices taken do pretty much tell you everything you need to know.  Because, like the spending cuts, that is what they […]

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