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The ‘Daily Mail Hates Britain’ protest in photos

by | 7th, October 2013

DID you go to the anti-Daily Mail protest? The ‘Daily Mail Hates Britain’ protest, organised by the People’s Asssembly, took place outside the Daily Mail newspaper headquarters, in London on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. The newspaper ran a story that smeared the reputation of Ralph Miliband, the father of Britain’s Labour party leader, Ed.  Ralph Miliband – a noted Marxist academic – appeared under the headline: “The man who hated Britain”. It was revolting:

 

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Amongst the crowd were placards for the Socialist Workers Party, which have had some interesting friends.

 

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Protesters gather outside the head office of the Daily Mail in west London, as the row continues over the Daily Mail article about opposition leader Ed Miliband's late father Ralph Miliband - a noted Marxist academic - under the headline: "The man who hated Britain".

Protesters gather outside the head office of the Daily Mail in west London, as the row continues over the Daily Mail article about opposition leader Ed Miliband's late father Ralph Miliband - a noted Marxist academic - under the headline: "The man who hated Britain".

Protesters gather outside the head office of the Daily Mail in west London, as the row continues over the Daily Mail article about opposition leader Ed Miliband's late father Ralph Miliband - a noted Marxist academic - under the headline: "The man who hated Britain".

 



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