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The Daily Mail has been caught publishing distortions and inaccuracies on the impact of Coronavirus - while the sham press complaints-handler "IPSO" sits on its hands.
The Mail article, "What they DON'T tell you about COVID", argued that scientists' projections on deaths
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Dear Friend

I'm very pleased to announce the first MVM Diversity Project meeting will be held online on Monday, 23rd November from 6pm. People of all ethnicities are welcome to join the conversation about how Make Votes Matter can improve the diversity of our campaign.

Full details of the event can be found on our website, and you can register to attend via Zoom by clicking this link.

At this first session, we will be focussing on ethnic diversity, but will

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Christmas Day of Action

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public services for people not profit

Dear Friend

You’re one of 130,000 people taking regular action for public services for people not profit – and that number is growing fast.

You’re having an impact.


You’re pushing for local public health teams to get the cash for track and trace, not Serco

This campaign is getting huge traction thanks to you:
  • Failed outsourcing company Serco is under more pressure every day from the press, politicians and the
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Your privacy is not a bargaining chip. We must not allow new trade agreements to water down our privacy rights. Parliament must demand answers, and ensure that Government “freezes” these clauses from the trade agreement.


Dear Friend,

The incoming UK-Japan trade agreement poses new threats to our privacy rights by creating a “gateway” for your data to be transferred with low protections to other countries.

Under new clauses, when your data is transferred to Japan it can be “laundered” and sent to countries with far weaker or voluntary data protection standards like the US, putting your personal data in the hands of unaccountable foreign corporations. 

We need to tell

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Stephen Lawrence murder: CPS asked to consider new charges against police

Prosecutors will consider if senior officers in original investigation were guilty of misconduct

Stephen Lawrence
Stephen Lawrence was stabbed to death by a group of racists in Eltham, south-east London, in 1993. Photograph: Family Handout/PA
 Police and crime correspondent
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MEDIA MADNESS - White supremacists are sharing false newspaper stories attacking minority groups. Ordinary people face abuse and intrusion in the press every year. The industry-controlled complaints-handler IPSO has failed.

Dear Friend 

Thank you for your support: we're so close to reaching 5,000 signatures on our declaration to #CalltimeonIPSO.

Giles, if you haven't done so already, please help us get to 5k by signing or sharing our declaration now: 

Yes I'll sign now
I'll share on Twitter
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Police spying inquiry to examine targeting of UK black justice groups



Campaigns spied on include those for (from left) Michael Menson, Joy Gardner, Stephen Lawrence, Cherry Groce, Ricky Reel and Jean Charles de Menezes. Illustration: Guardian Design

Judge will hear evidence on undercover operations against campaigns such as Stephen Lawrence


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Panic at Riski's Housekeeping Debt


'Yikes!' UK's debt mountain leaves us vulnerable, Sunak says

LONDON (Reuters) - British finance minister Rishi Sunak warned of the damage higher interest rates could do to the country’s debt mountain as he promised on Monday to “balance the books” following his surge in emergency spending to counter the coronavirus crisis.

Speaking to

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