• Doomed: 'May set for further failure as Prime Minister'

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    When Theresa May stood outside Downing Street one year ago after being officially appointed Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland by the Queen, her vision for...

  • More bad news for Trump as public support fades

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    President Donald Trump’s popularity among American citizens is fading as he faces multiple setbacks over his stalled agenda and efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.Nearly six months after...

  • Britain profiting from Yemeni civilians suffering says rights group

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    Prominent non-governmental organisation Human Rights Watch (HRW) has condemned the UK for profiting from the humanitarian crisis in Yemen after a UK High Court ruling earlier in the week declared...

  • UK acid attack victims demand tougher government action

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    Survivors of acid attacks in the UK have raised a call for stricter laws against perpetrators and demanded stringent measures for the purchasing of corrosive substances after a spate of...

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'Grenfell Tower survivors must be embraced by carnival revellers'

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Notting Hill Carnival’s moment of silence for the victims of the Grenfell Tower inferno is a gesture all will respect. But that is not enough. A tangible show of solidarity with the residen ...

‘Athletics chiefs barred their golden boy’s rival from running’

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It’s extraordinary how journalists unquestioningly accepted the shock barring of an African gold medal challenger from competing in the 400 metres final at the World Athletics Championships ...

Why UK Black Pride is a celebration not 'segregation'

Columns
There I was, unwinding on a patch of grass after a long day of dancing and grinding in Vauxhall pleasure gardens for UK Black Pride, when my friends and me were approached by an A ...
Music
'How Missy Elliot won respect for women who rap' Missy Elliott’s The Rain will always be remembered as one of the most memorable videos in the history of hip- ...
World News
Why wasn’t a rich British borough a safe haven for Grenfell Tower victims? Marc Wadsworth spent a day visiting the disaster area and talking with those affected, including firefighters, befo ...
Politics
America's squalid history of meddling in foreign electionsResearch clearly shows that the US has a long history of interfering in the elections of other countries, repor ...
Reviews
A novel that boldly tackles Britain's class divide In the weeks leading up to the 2016 EU Referendum in Britain, a London-based film crew travel up to an old industri ...
Politics
Leo Varadkar: 'Symbol of Ireland's multicultural future' Ireland’s newly elected Prime Minister Leo Varadkar is a gay person of colour, the son of an Indian immigrant ...
Politics
Truth about dictator Noriega and the ‘criminal’ US invasion The US invasion that toppled Panama's worst dictator was part of a series of assaults aimed at reasserting ...
Politics
Ex-British ambassador: 'Theresa May would be awful Brexit negotiator' Britain's mainly Conservative-supporting media have repeated the mantra of the party's chief spin doct ...
Columns
PC Fletcher murder mystery deepens over 'national security' claimAccusation and suspicion has always surrounded the unsolved fatal shooting of PC Yvonne Fletcher, 25, outside t ...

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In recent months, countries have rushed to sign cybersecurity pacts that not only secure cyberspace allies, but also promote their vision of the global Internet. The world is choosing sides in...