COLDTYPE Issue 137 April 2017 – is now on line

28 March 2017 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 136 Mid-March 2017 – is now on line

12 March 2017 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 135 March 2017 – is now on line

28 February 2017 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 133 February 2016 – is now on line

29 January 2017 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 133 January 2016 – is now on line

12 January 2017 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 130 Mid-December 2016 – is now on line

12 December 2016 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 129 December 2016 – is now on line

1 December 2016 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 128: Mid-November 2016 – is now on line

15 November 2016 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 127 November 2016 – is now on line

30 October 2016 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 126 October 2016 – is now on line

17 October 2016 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 125 October 2016 – is now on line

2 October 2016 — Coldtype

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COLDTYPE Issue 124 September 2016 – is now on line

13 September 2016 — Coldtype

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This month’s cover story highlights Chris Hedges’ alarming essay about the effect voter illiteracy has on democracy in America in the 21st-century.

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COLDTYPE Issue 123 August 2016 – is now on line

28 July 2016 — Coldtype

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SPECIAL MID-SUMMER ISSUE: We’ve got a great collection of features this month. Top of the list is Colin Todhunter’s revealing tale of corporate capers as British companies grab Africa’s energy and mineral resources. Then we’ve got Conn Hallinan’s dire warning of impending nuclear misfortune if the US and NATO don’t take a more temperate approach to Russia.

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COLDTYPE Issue 122 Mid-July 2016 – is now on line

14 July 2016 — Coldtype

THE CHILCOT REPORT: At last, Tony Blair has been called to account for his reckless handling of the build-up that led to the disastrous 2003 war in Iraq. We’ve got 17 pages of insights into the events from George Monbiot, Felicity Arbuthnot, and David Cromwell & David Edwards. Plus a facsimile of the secret “I’m With You” memo Blair wrote to Bush before war was declared. Other stories in this issue include reports on legalised murder in the USA, the disintegration of the Middle East, reasons why new  international trade deals should be rejected, outrageous propaganda in British politics, uplifting photographs of Tibetan exiles, and more . . . Continue reading this...