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The sanctions debate - Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism! no.94 April/May 1990

Non-stop picket against apartheid'In four recent publications an array of anti-apartheid researchers present their findings and recommendations for sanctions policy*. They throw light on the shifting relationship between the imperialist powers and apartheid. Andy Higginbottom examines them.' Read more >

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Andrew O’Hagan’s Grenfell ‘novella’: truly a class act

The 60,000+-word essay published by the London Review of Books just one week before the anniversary of the Grenfell fire, by novelist and reporter Andrew O’Hagan, shows the kind of establishment backlash we can now expect against those fighting for justice for the 72 people who died. Read more >>

Murder on the Rock, 6 March 1987

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Murder on the RockTwenty-five years ago, on 6 March 1987, three unarmed members of the Irish Republican Army (IRA) were shot dead by the British Army Special Air Service (SAS).  The cold-blooded execution of Mairead Farrell, Daniel McCann and Sean Savage was immediately welcomed by the Conservative government, led by Margaret Thatcher, by the Labour Party, led by Neil Kinnock, and by the British press, all of whom acclaimed the killings as a victory against terrorism.

In 1988 Larkin Publications published Murder on the Rock – a compelling account of how the three were killed in a pre-planned ambush, sanctioned at the highest level by the British government and the lengths the government and media then went to in an attempt to cover this up.   The pamphlet concludes with a list of over 50 victims of Britain’s shoot-to-kill policy in the north of Ireland between 1982 and 1987.

This important publication is no longer in print but can be read in full on line here publications/motr.html

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