June 2009

Menace of cyberstalking to be tackled by campaigners

Graham Brown-Martin - Digital Safety conference organiserIt is estimated that global cybercrime costs US $100 billion a year. This enormous figure has eclipsed the value of the international trade in illegal drugs. World governments from that of American P ...

Why there's been a white backlash in Britain

Britain's liberal establishment   has been struggling to come to terms with the reason why their once great country is now represented in the European Parliament for the first time by two fascists. Why did a significant minority of disgruntled whi ...

Britain's 'build them up to knock them down' celebrity culture

Matt Gardner - Online columnist The British way of treating anyone remotely famous is getting pretty ridiculous. Our obsession with reality Tv shows demonstrates that this will be the case for the foreseeable future. Whoopee.It's a strange one, really. ...

Meddling Murdoch says President Obama is 'dangerous'

Global media mogul Rupert Murdoch has told a journalist on the American Fox Business Network television station he owns that US President Barack Obama is "not an extremist" but that his policies are "dangerous". Billionaire Murdoch, 78, ...

How our heroine was axed from show by biased WAG

The-Latest - EXCLUSIVE Sorry folks. Our own Annaliese Dayes, pictured left, was eliminated from Britain's Next Top Model reality Tv show on Monday night after a thrilling eight week run during which she has provided The-Latest with her insightful behin ...

Bum protest against climate change

Motorists stuck in traffic jams this weekend may get more than they bargained for. Over a thousand naked, body-painted and scantily-clad cyclists will be taking part in the UK part of the annual World Naked Bike Ride in London to protest against climate ch ...

Anti-fascist campaigning halted bigger gains for nazis

Love Music Hate Racism correspondentMany people have been shocked by the news that Britain's Nazi Party  — the BNP  — has grabbed two seats in the European Parliament, in the North West and in Yorkshire. This even though the fasci ...

Don't mess with Ali at his takeaway

Local businesses in the village-like retreat of Nunhead in south east London, have been hit hard by the downturn now blighting the UK economy, managed by troubled Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling, writes Deborah Hobson. Shops situated near the ...

How Barack Obama and Malcolm X shone in Africa

Thomas L BlairCairo on the tip of Nubian Africa has played host to two exceptional African Americans. One named Barack Hussein Obama, the son and grandson of Muslims, came as US President this June.The other was the radical African American Muslim minister ...

London through the eyes of an artist

The-Latest continues its features on inspirational photographers who share with us their images for your enjoyment. Brian Usher, our Picture Editor, introduces the work of artist and photographer David Western, the fifth in our series.David Western born 19 ...

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