• Is the US electoral system really 'rigged'?

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    Many have speculated how a Donald Trump victory would affect the US but few have thought about the consequences of a Trump loss. After falling behind Hillary Clinton in the polls, Trump...

  • Headline-grabbing 'outing' of gay Olympic athletes is bad journalism

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    A right-wing news editor has caused outrage at the Olympics after posing as a gay man on the dating app Grindr in order to ‘out’ dozens of athletes. Nico Hines, London Editor of The...

  • UK 2016: Scandal of Brits dying from malnutrition

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    Food bank charities have condemned the “scandal” of poverty in the UK after disturbing new figures revealed that hundreds of people died from hunger last year. Figures from the Office of...

  • Fear of refugees 'major concern for people across globe'

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    A majority of people polled in 22 countries are worried that some terrorists are pretending to be refugees, and 38 percent want their countries to close their borders to new arrivals. The...

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'London's Night Tube won't save its dying club scene'

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Newly elected Mayor Sadiq Khan seems like a pretty decent chap, with some pretty decent ideas. However, we’re not altogether sure if his hopes of saving the capital’s dying nightlife ...

Rio Olympics: Africans triumph in surprising sports

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Jamaica’s Usain Bolt was undoubtedly the star of the Rio Olympics, pulling off his unrivalled treble triple of sprint wins. But his three golds in Brazil (nine overall in three Olympics) we ...

'How Britain's media fuels public unrest'

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Media-fired triggers of the August riots in 2011 that started in Tottenham - prejudice, disinformation, and institutional racism - are still crackling away in the wake of Britain’s vot ...
Politics
Black Labour members back Jeremy Corbyn's leadershipMomentum Black Connexions (MBC) media officer Marc Wadsworth has been caught-up in a Fleet Street concocted firestor ...
Community News
Respect paid to famed Jamaican war veteran Sam King Tributes to trailblazing Jamaican Second World War veteran Sam King have been flooding in after his death in the UK ...
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Top broadcaster exposes hypocrisy over MP Jo Cox's murder Is it even vaguely possible that a man living in Britain today could have been pushed to the brink of murder by pol ...
Politics
'Politicians and big media must stop whitewashing Muhammad Ali' Tributes poured in from presidents, sports stars and celebrities worldwide. Liberals and conservatives [even racist ...
World News
Muhammad Ali shook up the world and changed it Newspapers and broadcasts around the world have rightly been filled with coverage of the life and times of Muhammad ...
Reviews
Long overdue film about Black athletics hero Jesse Owens British studios have at last joined Hollywood in making films about real life Black heroes – even though the ...
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Historic: Second woman of colour becomes Miss Finland  Shirly Karvinen has made beauty pageant history by becoming the second woman of colour to be crowned Miss ...
Sport
Football: big club bosses and a hostile sports media As Jose Mourinho prepares for life as Manchester United’s latest manager, one enduring memory of his embattle ...

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'Britain's rise in protests with much more to come'

In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis and the austerity agenda that followed, the year 2011 is widely viewed as the peak of protest and dissent. It was the year of the Arab Spring, Occupy, UK...