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Mark Seddon

Mark Seddon is a former senior UN communications adviser & speech writer. He is also a former editor of Tribune.

From the Pits to Parliament

Ronnie Campbell, who passed away last week, belonged to a dwindling breed of Labour politician. A miner who began work aged 14, his experience of the Northumberland coalfield’s bitter class conflict inspired him to become one of Westminster’s most committed socialists.

Stop Listening to Tony Blair

Tony Blair has been proven wrong in his predictions about not only Afghanistan but the entire War on Terror – instead of giving him more airtime, it’s time to listen to those who called this disaster correctly from the start.