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New Clangers series to be damning indictment of Cameron’s Britain

Children’s TV classic The Clangers, which is set to return to screens after an absence of over forty years, will be a metaphor for the deep-seated malaise of modern society and a scathing attack on the greed and inequality at the diseased heart of David Cameron’s Britain, according to the show’s chief writer.

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Posted: Jun 13th, 2015
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‘Who’s a big twat now, eh?’ jeers Marx from beyond grave

‘Perhaps Mr Weirdy Beardy Lefty had a point after all, eh?’ taunted the father of socialism. ‘When I said the defining features of capitalism include alienation, exploitation and reoccurring, cyclical depressions leading to mass unemployment, you all just laughed. Not laughing now, are you? Eh?

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Posted: Jan 11th, 2012
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Anti-capitalist protester starts ‘anti-capitalist events management company’

it's only right to think of the poor people of China in all this...An anti-capitalist protester camping outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London confirmed today that the experience has inspired him to start ‘ProtestEx’ – the world’s first event management company dedicated to ‘making sure your bid to overthrow the status quo goes without a hitch’.

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Posted: Nov 6th, 2011
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Authorities threaten St Paul’s protestors with George Monbiot

where's God when you need Him?Anti-capitalist protestors are in disarray after being told they face a lengthy and crushingly boring visit from columnist and self-styled eco-warrior George Monbiot if they don’t withdraw from their encampment in St Paul’s Square.

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Posted: Oct 28th, 2011
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Occupy Tiny Tots protest draws world’s attention to ‘kids with better toys’

batteries not includedThere are fears that Tiny Tots nursery in Newport may be forced to close on safety grounds after a group of 4-year-olds sat on the floor and refused to move away from the fire exit.

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Posted: Oct 25th, 2011
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