• Media sexism against female British politicians 'a disgrace'

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    If Scots vote as the polls suggest in the forthcoming UK general election, then Nicola Sturgeon will soon have some claim to being called the most successful British politician of her generation.In...

  • Abject poverty 'fuelling violence against immigrants in South Africa'

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    President Jacob Zuma's mealy-mouthed language and qualified statements have done little to curb the current anti-immigration violence in South Africa.Last month, the Zulu monarch made a public...

  • 'Why America's prison population is out of control'

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    Criminal justice reform in the US is rapidly becoming one of the few bipartisan issues of our time. It's about time.America has the highest incarceration rate in the world, with 5 percent of the...

  • Counterfeit medicines are 'a risk to world health'

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    Fake and low-quality medicinal drugs are threatening progress made in fighting HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis, according to a collection of 17 scientific studies published at once to highlight...

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Meeting Kenya's Masai and going on safari

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It was an intrepid flight from Nairobi to Masai Mara game reserve because our 13-seater single engine Cessna light aircraft tilted sharply to the left to avoid a big bird as we came in to land. I ...

'Stars performing in Israel are supporting apartheid in Palestine'

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I hadn't planned on this when I walked into the monthly London Palestine Action meeting. But, when a cultural boycott action was suggested and ideas were thin on the ground, I volunteered to ...

London police force reveals warrant card abuse by officers

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Scotland Yard has published details of dozens of complaints about misuse of warrant cards by its Metropolitan Police officers. This includes one against an off-duty officer who gained free entry ...
Politics
How new 'digi-generation' can make the Black vote count In a unique alliance, activists and faith leaders with large Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) populations across the ...
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Opposition leader's stomping start to general election campaign Britain's feisty deputy opposition leader has launched her general election campaign with weeks to go before po ...
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EU countries 'dealing in dodgy food' must be stopped Horsemeat scandals sent shockwaves across the European food industry in 2013, setting off investigations, launching ...
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Who do you think you are kidding, Mr Farage? As affable as he may seem, as much as you might think you could have a pint down the pub with him, UKIP leader Nige ...
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Derelict house is setting for pop up art show Daring art students from two UK universities in the leafy Home Counties mounted a one-day pop up exhibition of thei ...
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New app 'takes back' texts you might regret sendingHave you ever wished you hadn't sent that late night text to an ex? Or maybe you've accidentlly sent a naugh ...
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'We need pop stars who rock the establishment' From Rihanna’s liberated nipples to Iggy Azalea’s fake accent to Eminem’s freestyle about punchin ...
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Hypocrisy of left liberals over Paris murders by 'Muslims'There seems to be two themes that I have heard from progressive friends who have defended the cartoons of the M ...

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'We need pop stars who rock the establishment'

From Rihanna’s liberated nipples to Iggy Azalea’s fake accent to Eminem’s freestyle about punching Lana Del Rey “right in the face”, music has had its fair share of...