• '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....

  • UK collaborator: BT accused of aiding US drone strikes

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    A leading human rights group has asked the British government to investigate whether the country’s major provider of telecommunications networks and services, BT, is aiding US drone strikes....

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Study exposes dominance of privileged elite in British media

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A study by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission also found that 54 percent of the nation's "top 100 media professionals" attended private schools (as opposed to 7 percen ...

'No welcome for hard working immigrants in Britain'

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Immigration has been a hotly contested issue in the UK in the last few years. With its negative portrayal in our society, it is often not made clear why immigration can be a force for good.You on ...

UK government 'avoids compliance with Freedom of Information Act'

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"You idiot. You naive, foolish, irresponsible nincompoop," Tony Blair said to himself in his memoirs."There is really no description of stupidity, no matter how vivid, th ...
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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 ...
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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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Internet companies 'to profit from UK snooping bill' In an increasing climate of mass surveillance, concerns over Briton’s depreciating privacy rights have been c ...
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Shocking new rates of suicide revealed for US soldiers Despite the July 4 Independence Day tributes, millions of US soldiers and veterans are in serious trouble.Twenty tw ...
Columns
'Myth of racial democracy in Brazil' Former Brazilian national football midfielder Arouca, playing for Pelé’s old club Santos, was doing a si ...
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Stars' slack lyrics are bad for our girls It’s almost impossible for impressionable young girls to ignore big name music stars like Rihanna, Nicki Mina ...
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BME Young Columnist of the Year competition winner Yarl's Wood has been steeped in controversy since it opened in 2001, with deaths, hunger strikes and alleg ...
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Gongs for the best young Black UK writers Award-winning young Black British writers gathered in central London last night to collect their prizes at the end ...

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The Somali pirates roaming the waters off the Horn of Africa push global trade costs up by billions of dollars per year and severely affect the economic activities of neighbouring countries, a new...