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Muslim ‘evangelists’
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Muslim ‘evangelists’

My friend and I used to sit and drink coffee on Edgware Road, to talk about life, and about his passions. What he said made me think about issues of tolerance in western liberal society.   Steve Latham   His own overriding concern is promoting his faith. For this, he […]

A history of violence
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A history of violence

I went to secondary school from 1968 until 1975. It was a Grammar School. I did not know that I was about to enter a world of institutionalised violence.   Steve Latham   At the pinnacle of our little world, was the Headmaster. In his office he kept the cane. […]

An earlier Latino immigration to London
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An earlier Latino immigration to London

Spanish people arrived in large numbers in London escaping from the Civil War,1936 -39, and many settled in the area near Portobello and Golborne Roads where housing then was cheap. Graham Douglas Many came from the Basque Country after Franco’s brutal repression centred on their ancient capital Guernica. By the […]