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The death penalty in Singapore: Working with families

By Kirsten Han . 27 Aug
Campaigning against the death penalty in Singapore often involves working with the families of death row inmates. It's a difficult job – physically, mentally and emotionally draining – but it has also taught me a lot about empowerment and s
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Why leave success to chance?

By Craig Ryan . 24 Aug
We try to pick winners all the time – at work, in business, in life. Why should industrial policy be any different?
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Cartoon: Animal Nuz - Walk Back Live Edition

By Eric Lewis . 19 Aug
Presented by Daisy the Dog
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The Transatlantic Slave Trade: Racism and Remembrance

By Karen Thomas . 18 Aug
Olaudah Equiano: "Is it not enough that we are torn from our country and friends, to toil for your luxury and lust of gain?"
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BBC FORCED TO CORRECT OWEN SMITH PROFILE

By Paddy French . 13 Aug
Why won't the BBC provide a full CV of Owen Smith's broadcasting career?
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OWEN SMITH: A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS

By Paddy French . 8 Aug
THIS ARTICLE provides essential information on the Labour challenger the mainstream press doesn't want you to know ...
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The Truth about Jeremy Corbyn

By Alex Andreou . 6 Aug
We haven't been telling the truth for a long time in the Labour party. It is essential that we start.
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Los Angeles: Where Geography Loses All Conventional Meaning

By Colin Marshall . 5 Aug
In Los Angeles, even the places near can seem far. People who grew up in far-flung exurbs describe themselves, without a second thought, as "from Los Angeles." Some definitions of the "city" engulf thousands of square miles of other countie
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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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Pie in the Sky - Vauxhall Sky Gardens

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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