Professor Richard Shepherd and the Unnatural Death of Dr David Kelly: Haemorrhage from Cutting the Ulnar Artery. A Sole Cause of Death? By Dr. David Halpin

13 August 2013 — Global Research

The Mysterious Death of Dr David Kelly: "Subversion of Due Process" of the Law in the United Kingdom

These are three sentences from a short letter written by the author and published in the Morning Star 16th of December 2003.

As a past trauma and orthopaedic surgeon I cannot easily accept that even the deepest cut into one wrist would cause such exsanguination (bleeding out) that death resulted.  The two arteries are of matchstick size and would have quickly shut down and clotted. (He did not know then that the ulnar artery alone was transected ie cut across.)

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Political life after the Communist Party By Kate Hudsen

31 January, 2013 — Left Unity

<img class=”alignright size-full wp-image-601″ style=”border-style: initial; border-color: initial; float: right; margin-top: 5px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 5px; margin-left: 15px; height: auto; max-width: 659px; border-width: 0px;” alt=”party” src=”” width=”198″ height=”255″ />In 1991, <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Kate Hudson was one of the leaders of the <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>left opposition within the <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Communist Party of Great <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Britain that unsuccessfully attempted to prevent that organisation’s dissolution. Here she writes on political life after the Party. Continue reading

Marikana: NUM: Rival union 'may have planned' mine violence

Friday 17 August 2012 — The Morning Star

South Africa‘s police force admitted today that its officers had killed more than 34 miners at the Lonmin Marikana platinum mine on Thursday.

National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) secretary general Frans Baleni put the toll at 36 and blamed the unrest on the rival Association of Mineworkers and Communication Union making promises which could never be delivered and, in the process, organising an illegal action which led to the loss of lives.

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Will rendition of this man land MPs in jail for war crimes?

21 December 2011 — Morning Star by Paddy McGuffin, Home Affairs Reporter


Will rendition of this man land MPs in jail for war crimes?

British ministers could be found guilty of war crimes if the US refuses to hand back a Pakistani citizen held without charge in Afghanistan for seven years.

The government confirmed today that it has complied with a Court of Appeal ruling and written to the US to demand the return of Yunus Rahmatullah to British custody.

Mr Rahmatullah was captured by British forces in Iraq in 2004 and handed to the US, who renditioned him to Bagram airbase in Afghanistan where he has remained ever since.

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The imperialist rape of Libya By John Pilger

13 September 2011 — Morning Star

Today one of the world’s biggest arms fairs opened in London, backed by the British government.

On September 8 the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a preview entitled Middle East: A Vast Market For UK Defence And Security Companies. The host was the Royal Bank of Scotland, a major investor in cluster bombs.

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