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Peoples News issue no. 108 Date: 8 – 8 – 14

category national | eu | other press author Friday August 15, 2014 09:19author by Gary Boyne - Peoples Movement Report this post to the editors

The latest issue of Peoples News

The PEOPLES NEWS contains commentary on developments in the EU from an Irish and democratic perspective
PEOPLES NEWS
PEOPLES NEWS

Pg 1 Could Ireland veto Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership?
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Pg 2 Successful TTIP event in Dublin
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Pg 3 Another challenge to the Banking Union
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Pg 3 Switzerland takes the Lisbon route
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Pg 4 Experts criticise TTIP
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Pg 5 Privatisation is bad for public services
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Pg 6 Barroso and his Irish side kick blocked environmental plans
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Pg 7 Time to end support for Israel's arms companies
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Pg 8 You don't hear much about the "democratic deficit" any more
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Pg 8 Not a great day for democracy
- Ousted as prime minister of Luxembourg Jean-Claude Juncker president of the EU Commission

Pg 9 EU myths and the rush to empire
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Pg 11 Ombudsman says Council and Commission should publish more TTIP documents
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Pg 11 New People's Movement pamphlet on TTIP
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Pg 12 The BRICS bank: Will it challenge the Bretton Woods financial system?

Related Link: http://www.people.ie/news/PN-108.pdf
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