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Don’t bomb Syria August 30, 2015 09:10

Don’t bomb Syria

The organisation Stop The War Coalition is hosting a public meeting on the 10th of September to demonstrate their opposition to British military intervention [...]
 
“The Second Mother” and helplessness before the impossible August 30, 2015 08:32

“The Second Mother” and helplessness before the impossible

The Brazilian film depicts the reunion of a mother and daughter, and how this re-encounter jeopardises the family’s job stability. The film will be [...]
 
Asia and the world, shaken by el Niño August 25, 2015 01:47

Asia and the world, shaken by el Niño

The phenomenon El Niño is one of the strangest and most powerful natural events on the planet; it is capable of causing various climatic [...]
 
 
Inefficiency and covering up of paedophilia in the U.K. August 25, 2015 01:47

Inefficiency and covering up of paedophilia in the U.K.

After a year of delay and controversy the UK is restarting investigations into the possible covering up by Margaret Thatcher’s government of a paedophile [...]
 
Social mobility in the UK: just a myth of an elitist reality? August 24, 2015 10:29

Social mobility in the UK: just a myth of an elitist reality?

  A study carried out by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission has revealed that in the United Kingdom the middle and upper [...]
 
Pride Glasgow: the festival for LGBT rights August 20, 2015 07:21

Pride Glasgow: the festival for LGBT rights

Pride Glasgow will take place on 22 and 23 August in the Scottish city, marking the event’s 20th anniversary in the UK.     [...]
 
 
Latin American music arrives in the United Kingdom August 18, 2015 06:27

Latin American music arrives in the United Kingdom

On the 21st, 22nd and 28th August here in London a group of artists will be performing their own sounds from the continent.   [...]
 
How the Labour Party could be moving back to the left August 9, 2015 04:43

How the Labour Party could be moving back to the left

Support has risen significantly for Jeremy Corbyn who has been described as “the only real choice” in this year’s Labour Party leadership elections. But [...]
 
Crisis sparks child  poverty in  Europe August 3, 2015 04:46

Crisis sparks child poverty in Europe

One of the most serious and worrying consequences of the current economic crisis in Europe is that levels of poverty have shot up, affecting [...]
 
 
A bilingual literary cabaret in London July 27, 2015 09:37

A bilingual literary cabaret in London

  Hispano-American and English artists have a date for a day of artistic and cultural exchange, which will feature various arts from story-telling to [...]
 
Noise and the city July 27, 2015 02:54

Noise and the city

The usual image of the city is a place of noise, a cacophony of sound, an aural assault on our ears, preventing us from [...]
 
Yarl’s Wood: a nightmare decade July 21, 2015 05:22

Yarl’s Wood: a nightmare decade

A series of reports documents the harassment, abuse and rape suffered by female inmates at the hands of officials in the British detention centre. [...]
 
 
The Prisma under attack: we  need your help July 21, 2015 00:13

The Prisma under attack: we need your help

The Prisma is asking our readers to consider making a monthly gift of  £5 (U$8) to £10 (U$16) or more. Or just make a [...]
 
A new objective: persecution of non-EU immigrants in UK July 20, 2015 23:04

A new objective: persecution of non-EU immigrants in UK

An increase in the salary thresholds, new limits on work permits, introduction of new taxes for companies that take on immigrants… these are some [...]
 
A partial victory July 13, 2015 10:11

A partial victory

The defeat of the Troika in Greece amounts to a head-on rejection of the way the European project is being moved forward at present. [...]
 
 
 

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