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Pouring petrol on the fire of corruption

David Cameron was caught on camera at Buckingham Palace telling the Queen that Nigeria and Afghanistan are “possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world”. A microphone picked up a conversation between himself, the Queen and the Archbishop of … Continue reading

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Humanity before security

The number of migrants trying to get into the Eurotunnel terminal near Calais has fallen dramatically in the last week or so following the installation of new fences and the introduction of extra security guards. The impact on the haulage … Continue reading

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Do unto others

There has been a lot of heated debate about the Royal Marine who was convicted of murder in relation to an incident, inadvertently recorded by a helmet camera, that took place during the conflict in Afghanistan. The soldier, a highly … Continue reading

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The Right To Know

Lawyers acting for Binyam Mohamed recently failed to win a High Court injunction preventing the public from knowing he had been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK. The Ethiopian-born UK asylum seeker was arrested in Pakistan in 2002 … Continue reading

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Music is what feelings sound like

Leaving Our Flag Behind by Lisa Winship

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