Monthly Archives For July 2008

July 30th Morning: The Recession Diaries

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It was only a matter of time before the business sector opened up another front in the recession wars. Hamburger king Pat McDonagh of Supermac has accused the Government of ‘strangling entrepreneurship’ and ‘criminalising business’….

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July 29th Morning: The Recession Diaries

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The bloggers over at Dublin Opinion are forever uncovering gems. Their latest little dig, courtesy of Conor, brings us ‘Charley’s March of Time’– an animated promotional film produced by the British Labour Government to explain…

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Shattering the Drugs Consensus

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Prohibition of drugs has not only failed in its own terms – it has actually been counterproductive, criminalising large sections of disadvantaged communities while making it more difficult to successfully implement harm reduction measures. At…

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