In a frank admission yesterday, a former adviser to the IPCC’s investigation into the death of Mark Duggan has asserted that the handling of the case is a shambles, which in part explains the anger and frustration felt by many in the community, and furthermore from the public at large.
The story broke at the weekend that Hull City Council had mixed up the body of former British paratrooper Christopher Alder 37 who was said to have been buried over a decade ago with that of Grace Kamara, a Nigerian woman in her 60’s who had died of natural causes.
In a move indicative of the US’s unwavering support for Israeli policy, the Obama administration has announced that US funding will be withdrawn from USECO the cultural and educational agency of the UN (United Nations) following the Palestinians’ successful bid to join the branch of the UN.
The High Court in London has ruled that Sheikh Raed Salah, a leading Palestinian activist, was unlawfully detained by the Home Office in June and has awarded compensation.
Media coverage of the unrest that has been taking place in London over the last few days has focused on a minority of individuals, rather than the root causes of the problem.
It’s not been a great week for the government. The resignation of Rebekah Brooks last Friday-a move which cynics believe was made in order to avoid facing a grilling in the commons- was the latest development in a string of incidents which have called into question the judgment of Prime Minister David Cameron.
Sir Paul Stephenson, [...]
While the spirit of revolution continues to sweep over Western Asia and Northern Africa, the rest of the World has not failed to take notice.
The shackles of imperialism are being challenged and political corruption, supported by the World’s leading power brokers, is being rejected in all its forms.
We have seen and are continuing to see [...]
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