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Cameron's attack on 'terrorist-sympathising' Corbyn resembles a McCarthyist witch-hunt


Cameron's attack on 'terrorist-sympathising' Corbyn resembles a McCarthyist witch-hunt: No matter what the government department, there is no end in sight for this government's determined efforts to reduce the social safety network. Which is why Jeremy Hunt and Ian Duncan Smith and other ministers dismissed the contribution under 25 year olds make to Britain, castigated the vulnerable, the poor and ordinary workers with more cuts to benefits.

Both the democratic rights of trade unions, along with the rights of senior citizens to dignity in old age free of want were held in contempt by ministers at fringe events that were more a celebration of unmitigated capitalism rather than good governance.

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