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Seven Million Back Biggest British Boycott

Palestine Monitor 16 September 2010 At their annual conference this week the TUC, Britain’s all-encompassing trade union coalition, announced their most comprehensive boycott policy yet. It targets settlement goods as well as companies profiting from the illegal occupation of Palestinian

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British trade unions to boycott Israel

Published: Sept. 15, 2010 at 8:36 AM MANCHESTER, England, Sept. 15 (UPI) — Britain’s trade union federation voted against lifting its boycott of Israeli goods and services from West Bank settlements, Israel Radio said. At an annual conference in Manchester,

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UK unions vote to divest from occupation

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Many of Britain’s unions have thrown their weight behind a campaign of disinvestment and boycott from companies which are profiting from Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories. Trade unions voted unanimously at an annual conference for a

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TUC votes for campaign of boycott and disinvestment to free Palestine

Press Release For immediate release Britain ’s unions have thrown their weight behind a campaign of disinvestment and boycott from companies which are profiting from Israel ’s illegal occupation of Palestinian territories. Trade unions voted unanimously today at the TUC’s

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TUC likely to push for full Israel boycott

By Marcus Dysch, September 2, 2010 The Trades Union Congress is expected to call on its members at its annual conference to strengthen opposition to Israel by extending boycotts and encouraging disinvestment. A motion on Israel and the Palestinians, backed

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A necessary prelude to peace?

by Ghada Karmi (Monday, August 9, 2010) “Beneath the official level of western governmental support for Israel, there is private disquiet about Israeli conduct. And at the popular level, there is a sea change in opinion: where Israel was once

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To members of the Scientific Progamme Committee of the Group Analytic Society (GAS)

In response to John Schlapobersky’s recent email (of 22 July, 2010) confirming the plenary speaker arrangements for the forthcoming Group Analysis Symposium (August 2011), I totally disagree with his claims that there has been a full discussion of this issue.

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