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People of Scotland - vote yes, and set us English free

theguardian.com — As the debate over Scottish independence hots up, it is becoming clear that some voters in Scotland are worried that a yes vote in September will condemn the English to never-ending rule by the Tories. While I appreciate their concern, especially on St George's Day, the argument that Scots must vote no in order to save the English from neoliberalism simply doesn't add up.
"People of Scotland – vote yes, and set us English free" | Billy Bragg gu.com/p/3zjg5/tw via @guardian
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Billy Bragg: Far from saving England from the Tories, Scottish UK m'ship may have entrenched neolib'sm gu.com/p/3zjg5/tw via @guardian
RT @guardian: People of Scotland – vote yes, and set us English free, writes @BillyBragg gu.com/p/3zjg5/tw

The fightback against gendered toys

theguardian.com — Three years ago, while she was on maternity leave, Ros Ball and her partner, James, began a diary of their children's lives. Their daughter Josie was three and their son Clem three months old.
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Kidnapping of Ukrainian patriots has Russia's full support, says Kiev

theguardian.com — The last time Vladimir Rybak was seen alive was on Thursday 17 April . Rybak, a local councillor, was walking away from the city hall in the eastern Ukrainian city of Gorlovka after taking part in a pro-Ukrainian flashmob in the central square.
RT @lukeharding1968: Murder and mayhem in east #Ukraine: my piece on the life and dark death of Vladimir Rybak gu.com/p/3zjm3/tw via @guardian
Murder and mayhem in east #Ukraine: my piece on the life and dark death of Vladimir Rybak gu.com/p/3zjm3/tw via @guardian

Tony Blair to say battle against Islamic extremism is paramount

theguardian.com — Tony Blair will warn the west it needs to take sides in the Middle East and move the battle against Islamist extremism to the top of the political agenda. In a speech to Bloomberg in London on Wednesday, the former Labour prime minister will say: "The important point for western opinion is that this is a struggle with two sides.
Tony Blair to say battle against Islamic extremism is paramount gu.com/p/3zj3t/tw via @guardian
Worth recalling too that 'extremist-battling' #Blair pioneered UK 'engagement' with Muslim Brotherhood: gu.com/p/3zj3t/tw via @guardian
RT @shashj: Blair is conflating so many strands of Islamism here that he prescribes same thing for Brotherhood as for Al Qaida theguardian.com/politics/2014/…
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