As well as the necessary search for a leader who mobilises public opinion to give massive support at the ballot box, urgent reforms are needed and possible in a country that is sinking in violence, corruption, poverty and intolerance. Juan Diego García Although the presidential elections in Colombia […]
Unite the Union, has branded the announcement last Friday that the Cammell Laird shipbuilding yard in Birkenhead is intending to make 178 workers redundant, as “totally unacceptable”. The yard currently has a workforce of approximately 700 workers. Despite there being a job retention scheme in place at the yard, […]
An intimate portrait of emigration and return. Propelled by the hopelessness of his prospects during the fascist period in Portugal, a man finds the motivation to leave. 20 years later he returns to a democratic country, and his personal history continues unfolding drawing in the lessons and reflections he has accumulated.
Half of Latin Americans in London are out of work as a result of the pandemic and 1 in 7 are not registered with the GP. The lack of access to basic healthcare raises concerns about the roll out of the vaccine among the community. This is revealed in […]
Four years ago, the US Embassy in Cuba claimed their previously healthy diplomats and agents, suffered remote attacks. The officials allegedly suffered hearing and brain damage. Orlando Oramas Leon Accusations and speculations from the United States created the hypothesis of a high-tech “mystery weapon” having been used, with […]