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This month’s issue focuses on the international situation as well as including all of our regular items. The war in Ukraine has dominated our lives in recent weeks. At times like these it is easy to feel isolated and demoralised. What can we do to make a difference, faced with the horror of war in the Ukraine and the every present threat of a nuclear war between Russia and NATO? We have responded at Critical Mass by writing regular bulletins and analysis for our daily news items. Now we want you to write. As Susie Granic put it in her article we published this morning about The Write For Peace Campaign
“We are asking people – you – to write to your MP and tell them that a negotiated peace is the only solution.”
We also urge anyone who can get there to attend the demonstrations for UN Anti-Racism Day marches being held this Saturday in London and Glasgow, and on Sunday in Cardiff. By coming together we can draw strength from each other.
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So there you have it. Write for Peace. March for Peace. Organise for Peace.
Peace and Solidarity from all at Critical Mass.
- Trade unions are starting to fly again
- The media vs the rail unions
- Rail Strike: The Government Can Afford Decent Public Sector Pay Rises
- If the Centre Cannot Hold, is it Time for a Left Turn?
- We Demand Better
- Sunday Socialist June 19th
- Breaking news: Patel signs extradition order
- New deal for private renters
- Chess With Pigeons
- Grenfell Tower – a tragedy in three acts
- Kath Duncan – 20th century Scottish activist
- Food inflation is now 52%
- Windrush scandal was 30 years in the making
- Gove’s Bonkerooney plan to move the Lords to Stoke.
- Europe – Myth and Reality
- The Day Will Come: Review
- The Fantastic Fluke.
- The Lost Burdens – Chapter 6
- Deep-rooted racism in Australia
- We Care at Kath’s Place
- Ethical clothing – can we afford it?
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