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Inhuman rights

I t's pleasing to read that Om Yentieng's recent visit to the UK to learn about human rights has paid off so handsomely ("Battambang barbecuerÇ still working", PPP Vol. 12, No 12). I don't doubt that the shopkeepers in Oxford Street will be eagerly awaiting his next visit with more bated breath. What is the point or am I missing something?

- Paul Freer



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