• Boris Johnson is in free fall so, can he survive?

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    Boris Johnson's demise is hard to watch as his attempts to fend off criticism are met with derision. Barbs from Italy ridiculing his worship of Winston Churchill and mishandling of Covid-19 are the...

  • America's racist police: Payouts cannot fix culture of violence

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    In the US, where hundreds of Black people fall victim to police brutality each year, very few police officers are ever prosecuted or convicted for the violence they inflict on the communities and...

  • UK government asylum seekers eviction move 'reckless and irresponsible'

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    Thousands of asylum seekers currently accommodated in hotels across the UK are becoming homeless despite warnings of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Those who have claimed asylum in...

  • Palm oil plantations: Child labour and other abuses exposed

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    Palm oil plantations of Malaysia and Indonesia are worked by “child labour and outright slavery,” a new investigation has found. The two countries supply 85 percent of the world’s palm oil,...

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Tackling the hugely political and emotive issues of race and mental health would not be an easy task, even for an accomplished storyteller. But that is what first-time author Siddy Shivdasani ha ...

Comrade Sak: remembering forgotten African Caribbean and Asian political heroes

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“Why did you write about a Paki?” asked an African Caribbean man at a launch of my original Comrade Sak book two decades ago. It would be nice to think such bigoted attitudes have ...

Author: 'Mental illness stigma is worse than racism'

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Culture
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Israeli websites attacked in cyber war waged by hackers

Monique HammThe activist hacker group Anonymous successfully disabled thousands of Israeli websites, in the midst of the ongoing armed conflict between Israel and Gaza. Their mission, #OpsIsrael, had...