Article Title:Hague honours Mandela
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Published on:11th December 2013 - 09:37 am
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Text:Green MP Kevin Hague, who was an anti-apartheid campaigner, has paid a Parliamentary tribute to Nelson Mandela, recalling seeing him stand up against dangerous claims HIV did not cause AIDS. "Nelson Mandela, we fought for your freedom from the other side of the world, and now we mourn you from afar. We celebrate your life, and we vow to keep alive your belief in redemption, truth and reconciliation and good lives and a fair future for everyone," Hague says. You can watch his full speech below. staff - 11th December 2013    
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