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guardian.co.uk — Many people in Jamaica would have trembled as they read the financial press last week, telling them that their country is, again, due to be "rescued" by a loan package put together by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Over 40 years, Jamaica has been "rescued" on countless occasions.
guardian.co.uk — The digital communication revolution has expanded the possibilities for how we, as journalists, do our journalism - the tools we can use in our research and the ways that we can connect with others. It has also opened up a whole new world for those outside of newsrooms to tell their stories.
guardian.co.uk — About 3,000 people gathered in the rain in Trafalgar Square on Saturday night to "celebrate" the demise of Margaret Thatcher. The party was a surreal coming together of everyone from the Durham miners to young protesters who weren't even born when Thatcher came to power
guardian.co.uk — From post-industrial south Wales, via Bristol and Maggie's own M25, and on to the heart of the right-to-buy revolution, John Harris and John Domokos take a two-day tour around post-Thatcher Britain, and find opinions just as fierce and divided as they were in the 1980s
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