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9 April 2014

Hillsborough tragedy - the final chapter?

'Heartbreak, tributes, tears' was the headline in the Liverpool Echo as the next chapter in the Hillsborough tragedy unfolded, writes Tony Mulhearn.

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26 March 2014

'Optimistic' Bluebirds protest

On 22 March 3,000 Cardiff City fans protested before Cardiff played Liverpool, demanding a return to the club's blue kit and original crest and an end to billionaire Vincent Tan's undemocratic rule, writes Steffan Kitka Bateman, Cardiff Socialist Party.

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12 February 2014

Lewisham Labour no use in the Lions' Den

Millwall fans have reacted angrily to Lewisham's Labour-run council agreeing the sale of land around the football club's New Den stadium to developer Renewal

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14 August 2013

Football and big business: time to reclaim the game

At the start of the new football season, the same old robbers are wrecking the game. Since the outset of the Premier League, over 50 clubs have gone into receivership, writes John Reid.

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Brazilians in London protest on 13 June 2013 in support of the struggles in Brazil, photo H Pattison

Brazilians in London protest on 13 June 2013 in support of the struggles in Brazil, photo H Pattison

26 June 2013

Brazil: A victory for the mass struggle

An estimated two million people in 100 cities took to the streets of Brazil in a gigantic protest movement on 20 June

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17 April 2013

Letters to The Socialist

Measles - the preventable epidemic: Measles is now epidemic in South-West Wales, with nearly 700 cases reported this year. Vaccination rates across Britain and the US have tumbled in recent years largely due to the pseudo-scientific "antivax"...

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7 November 2012

Football: Showing racism the red card

Newspaper sports pages are filled with debate about racism in the 'beautiful game' or the 'ugly game' as the Sunday Mirror (4 November) now calls football...

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17 October 2012

Chase the sharks out of Toon!

Newcastle United football team has agreed a £24 million sponsorship deal with Wonga.com, the short-term payday loans company, writes Norman Hall, Newcastle fan.

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Militant newspaper 21 April 1989 issue 941, on the Hillsborough disaster

Militant newspaper 21 April 1989 issue 941, on the Hillsborough disaster

19 September 2012

Hillsborough disaster: Truth is out, now justice

The Hillsborough Independent Panel report has ripped aside the tangled web of lies and cover-up woven by the South Yorkshire Police, the government and the lickspittles in the press who denigrated Liverpool and the victims of the man-made catastrophe in 1989 that was Hillsborough.
writes Tony Mulhearn, former socialist councillor, Liverpool.

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Militant newspaper, 21 April 1989 issue 941

13 September 2012

Hillsborough - eventually, the truth

The report of the Hillsborough Independent Panel has ripped aside the tangled web of lies and cover-up woven by the South Yorkshire police, the government and the army of lickspittles in the press who denigrated Liverpool and the victims of the man-made catastrophe in 1989 that was Hillsborough, writes Tony Mulhearn

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12 September 2012

The shame of sexism in sport

The 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games showed women's sport at its best. For Britain, there were stunning performances from Jess Ennis, Eleanor Summers and many others...

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8 August 2012

Portsmouth fans fight to save Fratton Park

"We will never die!" was the chant which echoed down the line as fans marched to save Portsmouth football club from closure...

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21 March 2012

Smear campaign on Hillsborough?

Football rivalry is common in Liverpool between Liverpool and Everton supporters, writes John Cosgrove.

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22 February 2012

Fans not financiers should run football

Professional football in Britain is stumbling from one crisis to another. After repeatedly failing to deal with racism, attention returns to financial malpractice.

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15 February 2012

Them & Us

Unaffordable jobs: 31% of private sector firms are planning to make redundancies this quarter according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)...

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15 February 2012

Racism in football back in the headlines

Luis Suarez's refusal to shake Patrice Evra's hand at the start of the of the recent Manchester United v Liverpool match has brought the issue of racism in football back into the headlines, writes Chris Newby.

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8 February 2012

Mubarak's state machine blamed for football massacre

Seventy-four football fans were killed and hundreds injured after the final whistle blew at the al-Masry versus al-Ahly match in Port Said on 1 February, writes David Johnson

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7 December 2011

Brazilian socialists remember Socrates

The last day of the PSoL left party's congress in São Paulo was dedicated to the memory of the great Brazilian footballer Socrates, who died from liver disease on the same day...

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30 November 2011

Showing racism the red card

Sepp Blatter, the reactionary, out of touch head of FIFA (world football's governing body), recently told a CNN interviewer that there is no racism in football, writes Chris Newby.

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19 October 2011

Reclaim the Game!

Book review: Coming out just days after the chief executive of Liverpool FC announced proposals to keep even more of the money from TV rights for the richest clubs in the Premier League, the timing of the latest edition of John Reid's book Reclaim the Game could not have been sharper, writes Chris Newby, London Socialist Party.

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