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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Over 170 years after Engels, Britain is still a country that murders its poor | Aditya Chakrabortty | Opinion | The Guardian

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The victims of Grenfell Tower didn’t just die. Austerity, outsourcing and deregulation killed them – just as Victorian Manchester killed the poor then
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@SirDanny: Over 170 years after Engels, Britain is still a country that murders its poor. #JusticeforGrenfell #GrenfellTower

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@ProfSearle: More than sad. Tragic impact of Toxic policy. + 170 yrs after Engels, Britain is still country that murders its poor
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@guardiannews: 6️⃣ Britain is, argues @chakrabortty, a country that still murders its poor like industrial Victorian England did
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