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The Sun’s Former Top Lawyer Jon Chapman Allegedly Committed an ‘Illegal’ Act By Deleting Millions of Emails

Police and Film Star Sienna Miller Sent Sun Publisher Warning Letters
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We'll Come United

Eight people, eight stories, eight objects. A short photographic project which aims to depict a cross section of City Plaza, and the lives and stories of its residents.
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Arguing for prison reform without addressing victims' concerns about crime a 'mistake', says chair of parole board

By Hardeep Matharu . 15 Dec
Part 2: An interview with Nick Hardwick, Chair of the Parole Board and former Chief Inspector of Prisons
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An interview with Olga Lafazani

An interview with Olga Lafazani, one of the main City Plaza coordinators since its opening in April 2016, in order to understand how a project like this can still survive in today's Europe.
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Seeking Word Seed Investors

By Byline Books . 28 Nov
At Byline we do things differently, and every risk comes with a reward. We are seeking a limited number of people with a passion for great books and great journalism to support our unique publishing house, and we are offering free books in
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In Limbo: Brexit Testimonies From EU Citizens In The UK

By Byline Books . 28 Nov
The Second Edition of In Limbo: Brexit Testimonies From EU Citizens In The UK is released Sunday 3rd December 2017 by Byline Books
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Re-hiring Rebekah Brooks Is Bad News For Sky Bid - Ed Miliband

Byline Investigates Murdoch: Former Labour Leader Questions Mogul's Decision To Take Back Boss After Phone Hacking Scandal
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How British tabloid newspapers compete to call an incident a terrorist attack.

By J.N. PAQUET . 25 Nov
On Friday afternoon, the British police attended an incident on Oxford Street after reports of gunshots in and around Oxford Circus tube station. How would two responsible British newspapers report on the incident?
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Protests and promises: Mitting’s first hearing as chair of the Undercover Policing Inquiry

By Pitchford Watcher . 24 Nov
An account of the recent two day hearing in the Undercover Policing Inquiry, with the first public appearance of John Mitting as chair.
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Sheridan v News Group Newspapers, 3/11/2017 afternoon

By James Doleman . 3 Nov
Afternoon session
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The case for a strong selfless parliamentary system.

By J.N. PAQUET . 3 Nov
After Brexit, Trump, the rise of populism, fake news and alternative facts, and the recent sexual abuse cases, a strong, selfless Parliamentary System could restore the people’s trust in politics and send the populists, nationalists and hat
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