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A massacre that changed Britain: does Peterloo still resonate today?

Two hundred years ago, a crowd of people seeking political change became victims of a massacre. Would the Peterloo marchers be satisfied with today’s Britain? Are their issues now our issues? The Guardian’s Helen Pidd retraces the protesters’ steps to examine the Peterloo massacre’s legacy and explore whether the issues that led so many people to put their lives on the line are still relevant today.

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    UK needs to fight back against the BS going on! High Court enforcers BBC TV tax No go areas! Must get out of the EU and take back your country!

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    These days unlike at Peterloo you won't be killed for seeking democracy, instead you'll just be made to vote again and again until the 'correct' decision has been made…

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    And now the Guardian spends the vast majority of its time attacking a Labour leader who actually stands up for ordinary people.

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