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In Tech not all women are equal at least not at JP Morgan #WomeninTech events

By Hina Pandya . 21 Jul
With many women being excluded from tech events and the tech industry or women selected to attend event simply on their looks, you'd think a #WomaninTech event run by JP Morgan might be more inclusive, you'd be wrong.
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The false balance between the Israeli occupation and Palestinian 'incitement'

By Daoud Kuttab . 20 Jul
The attempt to create false symmetry between the Israeli occupation and the Palestinian resistance makes little sense
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Pie in the Sky - Vauxhall Sky Gardens

By George Turner . 18 Jul
OurCity.London reveals more evidence of how leading surveyors cook the books in order to remove affordable housing from a luxury housing development.
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Chilcot Report - The dust settles

By Byline Analytics . 15 Jul
Examining social media such as Twitter into the Iraq Inquiry a week after its publication sees a sharp decrease in tweets, sees the Guardian feature as a top domain, and sees Tony Blair feature among the most mentioned Twitter users and wit
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ISIS is Going to Lose Its Capital

By Adam Patterson . 14 Jul
Months of momentum are about to come sweeping down into Raqqa, with all signs indicating the city is not too far from being liberated.
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Singapore: Public defenders needed

By Kirsten Han . 12 Jul
A 17-year-old boy is headed to court next month on fresh charges of "wounding religious feelings". Although he has a right to a lawyer, he hasn't found one. Should Singapore allow a teenager to go to trial unrepresented?
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Don't blame Palestinian media for the continuation of the Israeli occupation

By Daoud Kuttab . 11 Jul
Attempts to deflect attacks on Israel for the continuation of the occupation often include blaming the Palestinian media for incitement. This falls under the statement 'don't shoot the messenger"
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Social media sees high expectations for Cristiano Ronaldo - can he lead Portugal to victory?

By Byline Analytics . 10 Jul
Looking at the social media activity on Twitter before the European final sees a high expectations on Cristiano Ronaldo, sees Ronaldo feature highly on for content shared on Twitter before the game, and recent Twitter polls lean in favour o
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Privacy and Data: should you care who can see it?

By Hina Pandya . 9 Jul
The final reading of the draft IP bill is going through the House of Commons on the 11th, 13th and 19th of July 2016, as part of the parliamentary process. So should you be concerned? This article looks at the facts and issues of Big Data
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The Lesson We Refuse to Learn

By Alex Andreou . 7 Jul
Power without principle is destructive, but principle without power is impotent. The point is to find a way of combining the two.
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A 'Very Clever Strategy': Blair's PR Exposed by Chilcot Report

By James Cusick . 6 Jul
The 2.6 million words of the Report of the Iraq Inquiry (RII) amount to a demolition case of war as a marketing exercise.
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Crushed!

By Craig Ryan . 6 Jul
With the Brexit streamroller already out of control, it’s clear that our new political leadership are out of their depth. We need to hold their feet to the fire.
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Help for Heroes

By James Doleman . 5 Jul
Glasgow clothing company using charity logo 'without permission.'
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