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Why the Pitchford Inquiry labeled the Metropolitan Police incompetent

By Pitchford Watcher . 12 Apr
Last week a crucial battle in the undercover policing scandal saw unprecedented moments when the Inquiry chair labelled the Metropolitan Police incompetent and ill-prepared. A long read on what lead to this and what it may mean for the futu
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Historic Semi Final Against Dukla

By Jim Craig . 12 Apr
An historic occasion as Celtic play the first leg of a European Cup semi final tie, bidding to become the first British club to reach the final. As Scotland pick an international team to face World Champions England, we reach for club glory
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Dacre v Byline: We Respond to Mail Supremo's Latest Demands

Weeks after threatening to sue us for libel, the bosses of the Mail newspaper group have come back with some new demands. Our response follows.
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Who is Dr John Davies?

By Julie Bindel . 11 Apr
A respected academic or dangerous criminal? You decide.
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Shockwaves in legal community as 3 Israeli Human rights activists indicted

By Marianne Azizi . 6 Apr
After almost 40 days held in prison, today behind closed doors, police press charges on 3 human rights defenders
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The wounded of the Raqqa front: ‘I’ll soon be ready to fight again’

The Syrian Democratic Forces have almost completed their encirclement of the city of Raqqa, the ‘capital’ of Daesh. Wounded fighters are recuperating in a special facility in a city northeast of Raqqa, Haseke. Byline reports.
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Cycles of capitalism, cycles of sexuality?

By Simon Copland . 29 Mar
Do sexual politics follow the cycles of capitalism?
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Rave to Save

By La Bouche Zine . 8 Mar
How a South London common gets by in an age of cuts and regeneration.
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Fakers and Dacres

By Dan Waddell . 20 Feb
The Culture Select Committee's decision not to include newspapers in their inquiry into Fake News makes no sense.
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Ng Shui Meng: “I’m sure the truth will come out.”

By Kirsten Han . 10 Feb
I talk to Ng Shui Meng about her husband Sombath's work and his disappearance in Laos over four years ago, about the changes in Singapore, the importance of multiple perspectives and the need to understand our history.
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No one likes us. We don't care. The battle for new bermondsey

Has the development community finally met its match in the fearsome lions of Millwall football club?
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"Fake news" or further curbs on free speech?

By Kirsten Han . 18 Jan
In their response to a rare court ruling against the government, Singapore's Ministry of Law has tried to liken a case of independent reporting to "fake news". But when is fighting fake news just curbing free speech?
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