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European Parliament vote on legislation to regulate financial markets: text falls short of what is needed to tackle food speculation

Yesterday the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) adopted its report on the review of the Markets in Financial

European Parliament vote on legislation to regulate financial markets: text falls short of what is needed to tackle food speculation

Yesterday the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) adopted its report on the review of the Markets in Financial

Protest with pots and pans against food speculation

Campaigners from WDM were joined today by Friends of the Earth Europe, Campact and SOS Faim to spell out ‘Stop food speculation’ using hundreds of...

Protest with pots and pans against food speculation

Campaigners from WDM were joined today by Friends of the Earth Europe, Campact and SOS Faim to spell out ‘Stop food speculation’ using hundreds of...

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NFWI response to the widening of the definition of domestic violence

The amendments to the Home Office definition of domestic violence are a welcome step in the right direction.

Government falls short of getting climate change promise back on track

The Scottish Government has failed to sufficiently use today’s draft Budget as an opportunity to turn things around and get Scotland back on track

Green Tomato Chutney from the Cre8sound Cafe

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John Ray Initiative:

Janus – the UK government looking in two directions at once?

SCCS-Ryan:

Gail Wilson, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland Campaigns Manager

Spokes:

Who should be able to get around by bike safely and conveniently??

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