Why all the articles I’ve posted below? Well, sometimes we do have to say something…. I’m new neither to blogging nor to politics, but I am a bit outside the profile of your average www aficionado. Not too many bloggers as yet are women of a certain age, perhaps even matriarchs of a sort, still determinedly if reflectively progressive and using the internet to try to make their point. So I hope here to help these matters along. And I shall call myself ~ PinkPolitika.
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- Ed Miliband is concerned about immigrant workers; he should also worry about large, wealthy families and dwindling resources
- H.M.Government e-petition on FGM rejected
- Campaigning will shift the climate, to end FGM in Britain
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- FGM is a universal horror, including in Britain
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