While both men and women back a mansion tax, for example, two-thirds of women support it, compared with 57% of men. And it is not hard to see why. Women are bearing the brunt of the coalition's austerity onslaught. In the week of International Women's Day, which was set up to campaign for women's rights and freedoms, these are being undermined and reversed by Cameron's coalition.
While both men and women back a mansion tax, for example, two-thirds of women support it, compared with 57% of men. And it is not hard to see why. Women are bearing the brunt of the coalition’s austerity onslaught. In the week of International Women’s Day, which was set up to campaign for women’s rights and freedoms, these are being undermined and reversed by Cameron’s coalition.

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  • Anon March 13, 2013 at 10:17 am

    Obama is not left wing, nor is he anti war. He is only seen as such because of the shift of US politics as a whole to the right. Just as “Labour” policies are only slightly left of the tories. Giving the easy merger of the con-dems and the pervasive market fundamentalism in uk politics it is going to take a major shift to see an effective left wing opposition.

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