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ENG: Respect is a socialist political party in the United Kingdom founded in 2004. Its name is a contrived acronym standing for Respect, Equality, Socialism, Peace, Environmentalism, Community and Trade Unionism. The Respect Party's National Secretary is Chris Chilvers. Leader: Vacant Chairman: Abjol Miah Deputy Leader: Dawud Islam Founded: 25 January 2004 Youth wing: Student RESPECT Ideology: Anti-imperialism, Democratic socialism, Eco-socialism, Environmentalism, Trade unionism source June 3, 2010 updated: 2013-08-18
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Revolutions belong to the people who made them

The days of Colonel Gaddafi’s regime in Libya are surely numbered. Large parts of the country are in opposition hands. And – in common with the uprisings elsewhere in the region – every attempt to intimidate the population only feeds the determination of the people to win. But all the talk today is of a possible Western military intervention in Libya. A headline inThe Timesreads: “Britain is ready to use force to free Libya” It is a display of breathtaking hypocrisy. Western powers have propped up dictatorships across Africa the Middle East for ...

Respect: Salma Yaqoob calls for better security after ...

...driver murder in Birmingham Over 200 private hire drivers and operators attended a meeting in the Birmingham's Council House last night to voice their concerns about driver safety. The event was organised by Respect Cllr Salma Yaqoob following the murder of cab driver Mohammed Arshad two weeks ago and was addressed by union and police representatives, licensing chiefs and city councillors. The meeting commenced with a minute's silence in memory of the 36 year old father of three who, according to the meeting chairwoman Cllr Salma Yaqoob, was a "completely innocent man killed in a most ...

Respect forfeits illegal donation

The Respect Party has agreed to forfeit a donation from an Arab businessman after it was judged impermissible under UK electoral law. The party accepted a £4,824 donation from Dubai executive Abdulrahman Khansaheb in June 2007. Respect MP George Galloway subsequently referred it to the Electoral Commission which ruled it invalid as Mr Khansaheb was not on the UK electoral register. As Respect acted voluntarily, the watchdog will take no further action. Since the donation was less than £5,000, Respect did not have to declare it to the electoral authorities. But following the move by ...

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Outgoing Piñera slammed by his own party - Buenos Aires Herald
Outgoing Piñera slammed by his own partyBuenos Aires HeraldMembers of RN lashed out at Piñera during a dinner to honour outgoing lawmakers, claiming that Piñera had failed to recognize his government's mistakes and accusing him of having “little respect” for the parties that comprise Alianza: RN and the more ...and more »
Respect party doesn't want a class war - Bristol Post
Respect party doesn't want a class warBristol PostCAN I correct some points from RL Smith of Knowle (Bristol Post January 28 "New school claims are class driven")? The Respect Party does not want a class war. Respect does not want any war. Respect is the anti-war party. Yes we expect that the rich ...
Turks in Germany
When after-war Germany was in need of workers, the German government had to recruit people from overseas. They recruited then from the south of Europe. Initially, the workers came from Italy, then from Spain and Greece. Then in 1961, Germany also made a pact with Turkey to supply workers. Initially, neither the Germans, nor the [...]
Why the 1 percent have nothing to fear - CBS News
Why the 1 percent have nothing to fearCBS NewsPolls consistently show that Americans of both parties believe that income inequality exists and that it is a problem, but as Democratic pollster Mark Mellman explains, when you ask voters to rank "income inequality" among other issues, only 1 percent ...and more »

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