• 'With Brexit and a cabinet full of bastards: What could go wrong?'

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    For months, Tory sources have been saying Prime Minister Theresa May will be out if she makes one more mistake, normally seconds before she appoints a careerist scumbag with no military experience...

  • Women who fear saying #Me Too

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    For undocumented women who experience sexual harassment or abuse, speaking up puts them at risk of arrest or detention, writes Michele LeVoy. The revelations that Hollywood producer Harvey...

  • Drug addiction among US war veterans 'an epidemic'

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    Opioid drug abuse has killed more Americans than the US wars in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan combined, highlighting the growing opioid crisis in the United States, according to government data. US...

  • Barbie is releasing first hijab-wearing doll

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    Barbie will release its first hijab-wearing character in 2018, a doll based on the Olympian fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad.The 31-year-old sportswoman rose to fame at the 2016 Summer Olympics,...

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Uppercut: Black hair and skin campaign success

General News
A brave campaign to tackle the unequal behind-the-camera treatment of Black actors by TV and film make-up and hairstylists has delivered a groundbreaking course that promises to end the negle ...

‘Britain isn’t our friend’: Priti Patel is proof, say Palestinians

World News
Palestinian activists and academics have denounced the "deceptive conduct" of a UK Cabinet minister who was forced to resign yesterday after it was revealed she held secret meetings wit ...

UK spies in European court over mass snooping

Did You Know?
Mass snooping by British spies that has been ruled illegal by a UK watchdog will be assessed by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) this week. The intelligence agencies are accused of breac ...
Sport
Lewis Hamilton, Mo Farah and Co: successful and Black? Taking a knee or opting for braids are just a couple of things that may shock some sport fans. Shocking, perhaps, b ...
Community News
Press freedom campaigners demand probe into journalist's murder A star investigative journalist who helped uncover corruption at the top of governments including her own was ...
World News
Brave protestors put their lives at risk for democracy Kenyan opposition party supporters were demonstrating on a main road in the country's capital on Friday as ...
Politics
‘Time has come’ for new Black left-wing movement More than 40 key activists from around the country met in Nottingham for the inaugural meeting of the Grassroots Bl ...
Reviews
Here's a new politics: 'We need to listen more' It's probably not surprising that a new book by progressive social scientist Leah Bassel is fairly academi ...
Columns
'Colour prejudice isn't all about black and white' As a mixed-race woman, I understand why our Black communities would prefer to ignore the colour prejudice that exis ...
Politics
Exposed: The roots of Donald Trump's racist cheerleaders US President Donald Trump caused huge offence when he refused to immediately condemn the violence of white suprema ...
Columns
'Grenfell Tower survivors must be embraced by carnival revellers' Notting Hill Carnival’s moment of silence for the victims of the Grenfell Tower inferno is a gesture all will ...

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Kanye West, waterboarding and Iraq: The Bush memoirs

Former US president George W Bush’s Decision Points chronicles the most important decisions of his presidency and personal life. Ahead of the book's release on November 8, Bush sat down with NBC...