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Public Address 07/04/05 - Labouring

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/04/05 - Labouring

Scroll down for politics | Apr 07, 2005 11:50
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'll put this up the front of the post to avoid confusing fanboys who have Googled their way here. My interview yesterday with Chris Knox, about the excellent new Toy Love retrospective Cuts, is archived here as a 10MB MP3...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1989.sm

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Upwards, Not Forwards! | Apr 07, 2005 11:49
POLL DANCER: Keith Ng on the election trail

"Forwards, not backwards!" was Helen's message to Labour Party faithfuls last weekend. Indeed, one can make a compelling case that forwards is better than backwards. I wouldn't say that backwards was without its merits, but on the whole, I agree with Helen that society should move forwards...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1988.sm

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