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Civil rights in peril
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Civil rights in peril

Rachel Hall Immigrants to the UK have often suffered in the past from discrimination and police harassment. The case of Ibrahim Avcil, president of the Turkish Worker’s Cultural Association in London shows that the abuse continues. Ibrahim is the victim of a police attack, false accusations, and alleged racist comments, […]

They died because they were poor…
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They died because they were poor…

Paul Haste Brazilians Dayana Francisquini and Rafael Cervi had worked in London for almost eight years. Their children, Thais, six, and Felipe, three, had yet to see the family’s home in Parana. Mbet and Helen Udoaka had arrived in this most international of cities from Nigeria more recently. They had […]

Elections in British Politics
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Elections in British Politics

Laura Sánchez There is less than a week until we know who will be the next inhabitant of 10 Downing Street, as the air of change is in the political agenda of the county. Conservative David Cameron, Liberal Democrat  Nick Clegg and the actual Prime Minister and leader of the […]

New votes
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New votes

For those who turned of age before 6th May this year, the option to vote in the general election became available to them. However, that does not mean the majority took part in the election or care. Sabina Cao Known as being apathetic and disengaged from politics, youth voters could […]