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Workers at Debenhams: on the poverty line July 6, 2015 02:41

Workers at Debenhams: on the poverty line

Whilst many companies in London are becoming richer, their refusal to pay salaries in accordance with the standard of living in the capital remains [...]
 
Death of a Gentleman… The uncertain future of cricket July 6, 2015 01:39

Death of a Gentleman… The uncertain future of cricket

It is the second most popular sport in the world, representing identity and tradition for thousands of its fans. So what would happen if [...]
 
The massacre in Gaza one year on June 30, 2015 08:32

The massacre in Gaza one year on

On the 8th of July it will be one year since 2,200 Palestinians were murdered. To mark the date, Friends of Al Aqsa are [...]
 
 
Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia June 30, 2015 07:36

Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia

On the 7th of July, London will host celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of Welsh settlement in Patagonia. A Catholic mass will be [...]
 
Anne Frank’s fears June 29, 2015 23:55

Anne Frank’s fears

In a short and tumultuous life, Anne Frank, a German girl, was born in 1929 and upon turning 12-years-old received a diary from her [...]
 
We justify crime by money: M. Moriconi June 29, 2015 22:35

We justify crime by money: M. Moriconi

When the system of justice stops functioning equitably, people take justice into their own hands. Political narratives can influence societies for good or bad. [...]
 
 
In 2050 there will be no food to cure the world’s hunger June 29, 2015 22:35

In 2050 there will be no food to cure the world’s hunger

The dishes that we have on our table every day have behind them a multi-million industry where the big companies accumulate wealth to the [...]
 
Refugees: taken in, yes, but unwanted and forgotten June 29, 2015 22:35

Refugees: taken in, yes, but unwanted and forgotten

Victims of war, terror and natural disaster; eight people request refugee status every minute, but all too often the drama just changes the location. [...]
 
The UK: “United” or not to… Europe? June 29, 2015 00:47

The UK: “United” or not to… Europe?

Beyond the general elections, tension and surprise have not diminished in the United Kingdom, with increasingly strong calls to announce the referendum on remaining [...]
 
 
The Left in Spain turns its back on Latin America June 22, 2015 23:52

The Left in Spain turns its back on Latin America

Emerging parties like Podemos are attempting to distance themselves from the revolutionary process in Latin America as a result of the smear campaign carried [...]
 
Syria, its people, their rights, their refugees June 22, 2015 12:55

Syria, its people, their rights, their refugees

The civil war which began in the Asian country in 2011 has killed more than 200,000 people. A meeting will take place on June [...]
 
“Be Festival”, this summer in the UK June 22, 2015 12:27

“Be Festival”, this summer in the UK

Artists from all four corners of the European continent will offer up a spectacle of theatre, dance, visual arts and music; inspired by the [...]
 
 
Ecuador: A growing & strong  economy, with or without oil June 22, 2015 02:52

Ecuador: A growing & strong economy, with or without oil

Ecuador has changed already. This is demonstrated by figures for economic growth and social development indexes since the Revolución Ciudadana party came to power [...]
 
Moriconi (I): In Latin America violence is a means to an end June 22, 2015 02:52

Moriconi (I): In Latin America violence is a means to an end

To understand violence you need to look at the whole of society, not only those who live in poverty. White-collar criminals often escape because [...]
 
School harassment: sadly ‘fashionable’ June 22, 2015 00:54

School harassment: sadly ‘fashionable’

Also called bullying in some countries or ‘matoneo’ [bullying] in others. In recent decades it has become a phenomenon that hits children and adolescents [...]
 
 
 

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