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When it comes to suicide our culture seems to view it as the great unmentionable best spoken of in hushed tones as an individual tragedy.
In terms of society we have an awareness of various organisations, such as The Samaritans,… Read More
Twelve Stories from the Occupation – Multimedia feature – from the Movement to Occupy the London Stock Exchange, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.
Interactive multimedia feature, explore the squat, meet the people, hear what they have to say.
Saturday, 3 September saw English Defence League (EDL) supporters descend on London’s King’s Cross area.
The EDL supporters gathered despite a planned march in Tower Hamlets being banned by the authorities.
Here is a selection of photos taken on Pentonville… Read More
The common jihadi was predictably taken aback: When Osama bin Laden was shot dead in Pakistan in the wee hours of 2 May 2011, it took religious extremists on the internet a couple of days to regain their collective composure.… Read More
In view of the furore over the purchase of Cadbury’s by the American food giant Kraft there is renewed focus on foreign ownership of once proud British household names.
The acquisition of British companies by overseas buyers is not a… Read More
“It is exciting to have a real crisis on your hands, when you have spent half your political life dealing with humdrum issues like the environment.” Margaret Thatcher.
In this case Thatcher was referring to the invasion of the Falkland… Read More
There has been a constant cacophony from politicians that the deficit must be cut and it must be done quickly. Pick up any paper or browse any online news platform and it’s cuts, cuts, cuts.
Reducing the annual deficit is,… Read More