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Dominic Raab - An Absolute Shower

By Zelo Street . 29 May
Dominic Raab approached the question of food bank usage as if he were assessing a set of company accounts.
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The FBI's "Disruption Strategy": Part I

By Khullani Abdullahi . 27 May
How the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is violating the liberty and privacy interests of Americans by using extra-judicial investigations designed to never lead to a formal criminal charge.
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Exposé of ex-spycop Andy Coles raises questions

By Pitchford Watcher . 26 May
The dramatic exposé of the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire has caused ripples in his home town. With calls for him to step down as a Tory councillor continuing, we also note implications for the Pitchford Inquiry.
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Erdogan should wake up to the reality that only the Kurds' ideology is future proof

By Fréderike Geerdink . 22 May
On this visit to president Trump, Turkish president Erdogan didn’t get what he wanted: a reversal of Trump’s decision to arm the Kurdish-Arab forces fighting Islamic State in Syria. Now he threats to attack these forces. Wiser would it be f
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Limping along – the Pitchford Inquiry struggles to find its stride

By Pitchford Watcher . 19 May
A look at a surprisingly weak ruling from the Inquiry, which, despite being given a strong hand to play over police procrastination, is in danger of fluffing it. Meanwhile, other problems loom.
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En Marche, Monsieur Le Président!

By J.N. PAQUET . 7 May
Emmanuel Macron elected with 66.1% of the votes.
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Sussex University: how much did Davies PhD supervisor know?

By Julie Bindel . 1 May
John Davies and his two co-defendants, both of whom received prison sentences for money-laundering and charity fraud, were students at the University of Sussex Centre for migration studies.
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How far do Davies' criminal tentacles reach?

By Julie Bindel . 1 May
John Davies has spent all of his adult life moving from country to continent committing serious crimes, abusing women and girls, and pulling the wool over hundreds of influential people's eyes. But who knew what Davies was really up to? Mor
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History in the making

By Jim Craig . 25 Apr
Dukla v Celtic 25 April 1967 "The most important club match in UK football to date" : Bill Shankly
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Millennials adept at hacking are also those who know least about the legal spying powers the UK government has on your data.

By Hina Pandya . 22 Apr
Hack or be hacked, by teenagers or the government. The first group are doing it for bravado, the second are spying on your data, do you even know that now it's completely legal with no need to even let you know they've looked and know all a
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Are GP's unwittingly sharing your data?

By Hina Pandya . 16 Apr
As many as 26million patients may have their medical records shared beyond NHS staff 'enhanced data sharing' from GP practices UK wide.
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