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Time for self control

I was 3 years old, and living in England, when WWII started. A few weeks earlier, the family had been on holiday in the Isle of Wight, and I have one very vivid memory set on a beach there. My brother had dug out a car in the sandy beach

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I just want to say…

There are a few things I’ve been meaning to say, and now is as good a time as any. Donations I don’t always get the time to thank people individually for their donations to The AIMN, so I’ll take the opportunity here and now to thank everybody who has, and

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Greed and the European Super League

Suffocating the grassroots. Mocking the working-class origins of the game. World football, and primarily European club football, has long done away with loyalties in favour of cash and contract. The professionalization of the game has seen a difficult relationship between fan, spectator and sporting management, none better exemplified than the

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The empathy deficit

By 2353NM   Like most winners at the conclusion of an election process, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has claimed on a couple of occasions that he would consider the hopes and ambitions of all Australians while he is the Prime Minister. The first time was when he mounted his quixotic charge

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Coronavirus strikes Papua New Guinea

There was a time when it seemed Papua New Guinea had managed to dodge a bullet. Instances of SARS-CoV-2 were minimal, along with its disease, COVID-19. Through 2020, the country of eight million people recorded a mere 900 cases. The World Health Organization praised the PNG government in a September

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Twerking Class Nero!

“There’s room at the top they are telling you still But first you must learn how to smile as you kill If you want to be like the folks on the hill A working class hero is something to be A working class hero is something to be” John Lennon

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Keeping a Morrison government honest?

Warning: this article contains material which will shock monarchists everywhere, especially citizens of the south Pacific island of Tanna in the Vanuatu archipelago who once worshipped Prince Philip as a spirit or a god and who now must transfer their adulation to Charles, the son of (their) god. Keeping a

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