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This is a statement from some activists from Haringey Solidarity Croup express its support and solidarity to UK National Health Service (NHS) and other workers. In the meantime expresses its anger about that people been asked to pay the money to NHS while the health system is being suffered for almost two decades on the hands of the current government of conservative party and the former one of Labour. The demand is unreasonable while the UK is 3rd richest country in Europe and 6th richest country the world. The statement clarifies the current position of NHS and treatment of the government to NHS. read full story / add a comment
central america / caribbean / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Thursday January 14, 2010 07:06 by HSG
Unbelievable! That's the kind of help that Haiti really needs!
Gildan couldn't move their order to an undamaged sub-contractor in Port-au-Prince and in the meantime help the damaged one carry out repairs. They couldn't help the survivors of the earthquake. No, they just add to the unemployment there. Oh well, at least US retailers won't be affected!
And this is the business - garment assembly - that is supposed to be Haiti's future!
You couldn't make it up.
Charles Arthur (Haiti Support Group) read full story / add a comment
central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / non-anarchist press Tuesday January 17, 2006 20:10 by HSG
The Senate candidate for the Plateforme de l'Espoir Party the the South-east Department, Dr. Frantz Large, has denounced the current reign of terror in Haïti. Speaking on Radio Solidarité, Dr. Large holds one of the sectors of civil society responsible for this catastrophic state of affairs. read full story / add a comment