• 'We must fight to defend journalists' right to report

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    With journalists around the world being killed, kidnapped, and murdered in record numbers why is the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) launching a campaign targeting US government policies?The...

  • 'Workplace alienation a major cause of depression in UK'

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    A practice of ruthless regimentation of many workplaces threatens the long-term well-being of society, writes John Green.Ask anyone in work today whether they enjoy it and you won’t find many...

  • Albinos are target of gruesome attacks in Tanzania

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    In the past month, a spate of violent attacks in Tanzania targeting people with albinism for their body parts has highlighted a morbid practice linked to witchcraft.People with albinism, also known...

  • EU: 'It's time to impose sanctions on Israel'

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    With the European Union (EU) as its largest trading partner and the United States as its largest military backer, Israel has no reason to reconsider its denial of Palestinian self-determination....

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Counting the cost of deeply unpopular Afghanistan war

World News
Much media and political fanfare has greeted news that British troops this week finally left their last base in war-torn Afghanistan after the invasion by the West 13 years ago.Little mention was ...

Public given chance to shine at world’s first picture gallery

Culture
African American anti-slavery leader Frederick Douglass is the subject of a picture specially picked by judges to go on public display today at a prestigious British art gallery.It was painstaki ...

War veteran to star at screening of acclaimed documentary

Community News
Veteran Sam King will be guest of honour tonight at a special screening of The-Latest's much praised documentary film about African Caribbean and British Second World War service personnel.It ...
Politics
English greed not self-determination has ruled Scottish poll debateMy Scottish Labour Party friend many years ago when I first heard about his country’s nationalist party rudely ...
Community News
Save our National Health Service 'from private-sector vultures' Scanty mainstream media coverage of the People’s March for the National Health Service since marchers set out ...
General News
'No UK company should be profiting from Guantánamo' Guantánamo Bay detention camp has been called the gulag of our times, a shocking affront to democracy, and a monstr ...
Did You Know?
Study exposes dominance of privileged elite in British media A study by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission also found that 54 percent of the nation's "to ...
Columns
'No welcome for hard working immigrants in Britain' Immigration has been a hotly contested issue in the UK in the last few years. With its negative portrayal in our so ...
General News
UK government 'avoids compliance with Freedom of Information Act' "You idiot. You naive, foolish, irresponsible nincompoop," Tony Blair said to himself in his me ...
World News
Protestors demand end of slaughter of Palestinians by Israelis Twenty thousands protesters demonstrated in London at the weekend to call for an end to Israeli military action tha ...
Politics
Remembering Richard 'Dick' Hart – a historian who made history Ansell Richard Hart - historian, trade-unionist, lawyer, political activist, journalist and campaigner for human ri ...

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