Greece referendum: a nation divided
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Greece referendum: a nation divided

On Sunday, Greeks go to the polls and vote ‘nai’ (yes) or ‘oxi’ (no) to…

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Yanis Varoufakis, are you staying put? ‘We have a duty to the people’
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Yanis Varoufakis, are you staying put? ‘We have a duty to the people’

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis tells Paul Mason that Syriza has been offered a deal…

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Tunisia massacre: what now for the Arab Spring’s last democracy?
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Tunisia massacre: what now for the Arab Spring’s last democracy?

In the wake of the Tunisia beach massacre the government is bringing in new security…

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Greece is a country divided… will they see violence on the streets? Paul Mason (Episode 7)
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Greece is a country divided… will they see violence on the streets? Paul Mason (Episode 7)

The Greek banks have been closed for five days with no sign on reopening. All…

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The dogs helping veterans overcome mental health issues
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The dogs helping veterans overcome mental health issues

Former Marine Craig MacLellan, who has been helped to survive post-traumatic stress disorder by the…

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Jonathan Powell on whether the UK should bomb Isis in Syria
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Jonathan Powell on whether the UK should bomb Isis in Syria

Tony Blair’s Former Chief of Staff and current UK special envoy to Libya, explains why…

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Neil Wallis – my phone hacking trial was ‘politically motivated’
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Neil Wallis – my phone hacking trial was ‘politically motivated’

Former News of the World Deputy Editor Neil Wallis was found not guilty of conspiring…

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Debt relief, deflation and the referendum that won’t go away. Paul Mason (episode 6)
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Debt relief, deflation and the referendum that won’t go away. Paul Mason (episode 6)

On Sunday, Greece votes. And if they vote ‘no’, they will face down the European…

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James Rhodes: music, abuse and redemption
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James Rhodes: music, abuse and redemption

Pianist James Rhodes has inspired thousands of survivors of sexual abuse to tell their own…

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Greek bailout crowdfund: understanding Athens’ financial dilemma
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Greek bailout crowdfund: understanding Athens’ financial dilemma

Over a million euro has been donated to an online fund to “bail out Greece”…

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