James Cusick, leading expert on the Inquiry since it started 2009, explains the explosive report.
Month: June 2016
The rise of racist attacks on people from European Union and ethnic minorities must stop now. They have been legitimised by the Brexit campaigners like Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson and Michael Gove giving a gloss of respectability to louts.
We now have Independence Day but the woes hitting this country are only just beginning and look certain to grow. It is going to be more than a bumpy ride.
We need energy, courage, logic and a plan going forward. Not empty nationalist slogans.
My gut feeling on why I am voting Remain on Thursday
Is the murder of Jo Cox’ causing us to pause and ask whether social media is fuelling hatred and contempt? Are people turning political debate into nasty insults? Are women and child sex abuse survivors the growing target of trolls in an increasingly nasty society? It’s time to stop this.
Jo Cox stood for something. We owe it to her to drop the bullshit and talk frankly.
Michael Gove, the justice secretary, intend to dump one of the worst performing courts in England and Wales on the expected to be Labour controlled Greater Manchester as an experiment in devolution. It comes when the courts system is chaotic and he plans further cuts.
How camera phone video saved three anti-Assad protesters from a “serious miscarriage of justice.”
A big scandal revealed Britain had spent £285m building a new airport in St Helena that no jet can land because it is too windy. The trouble is most people don’t know where it is anyway.
The Migration Museum Project – which is campaigning for a British museum to celebrate the diversity of migration- has put on an amazing exhibition on life at the Calais Jungle that is both uplifting and harrowing at the same time. Go see it if you can.
Many in the Brexit camp claim to be genuinely baffled by Dr Sarah Wollaston’s decision to defect from Vote Leave to remain. But truth is not a complicated principle.
Any oppression I have ever felt within the UK, has emanated from the personnel of the Brexit camp. Not some vague, foreign bogeyman.
New figures released two days ago reveal an enormous drop in new libel claims last year – are we seeing the end of expensive libel cases and the beginning of people using the ” right to be forgotten ” on Google to silence critics
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