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December 23, 2023

Watchdog won't act over serial Jewish Chronicle failures

The sham ‘regulator’ admits there are standards problems at Sir Robbie Gibb’s newspaper but insists – against all the evidence – that it has the matter under control, writes Brian Cathcart. “We...

Mayor's former aide needs bodyguards after sparking religious row

We can reveal that the disgraced former chief political advisor to the Mayor of London has popped up causing trouble on a tropical island which is a popular luxury holiday destination. Barely months after James McGrath was forced out of his job by The-Late ...

Jamaica 'For Sale'

John Maxwell - Kingston, JamaicaTourism is Jamaica's biggest source of foreign exchange but tourist dollar madness threatens to destroy the Caribbean island. The hotels are closing down turtle nesting sites and hotel excrement and spoil are killing our ...

It's Written In The Stars

  We  can all look forward to lots of luck at the end of the month according to one of Britain's top star gazers. Daily Mail newspaper astrologer Jonathan Cainer says.“Sometimes we get two new moons in the same sign, one at the beginni ...

Watchdog won't act over serial Jewish Chronicle failures

The sham ‘regulator’ admits there are standards problems at Sir Robbie Gibb’s newspaper but insists – against all the evidence – that it has the matter under control, writes Brian Cathcart. “We are very much alive to the standards issues at the  ...

"Britain's unjust law disproportionately affecting Black offenders"

Hundreds of Black prisoners remain unjustly jailed indefinitely as a result of a law which was scrapped over a decade ago. One man who had an Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) order imposed on him is now campaigning to free others who should ha ...

It's global: Online anti-Asian hate on the rise

York University in Toronto, Canada has released a study that shows how rhetorical mechanisms and tropes spread racism. Fuyuki Kurasawa, a social sciences professor, at a virtual symposium hosted by the York Centre for Asian Research explained this ...

Gaffe-prone Biden advised to avoid impromptu press questions

US President Joe Biden’s communication’s team has reportedly recommended that the septuagenarian head of state not take impromptu questions from reporters after a series of gaffes. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki revealed this week that Biden’s ...

'Human rights of Africa's LGBTQI communities must be protected'

Them, an online publication, reported April 22 that four gay men had been murdered in South Africa in less than a month. The disturbing report made national headlines after a local government official, the spokesperson for the Gauteng Department of Coope ...

Outrage as tech giants remove Palestine from world map

Google and Apple have officially removed Palestine from their world maps and replaced it with Israel in a highly provocative move that has enraged Palestinians and social media activists supporting the cause of Palestine.  The besieged Gaza Str ...

US to demand social media info from visa applicants

People seeking a US visa may soon be required to disclose their social media information so that five years’ worth of their online footprint can be scrutinised. It was previously reserved for people from terrorism-affected states.Diplomats and trave ...

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