I’m really pleased to see that our friends over at Imams Online, one of our partners on the See It, Report It website, have launched a new online magazine to “reclaim the internet” from extremists. Over 100 imams gathered in London for the launch of Haqiqah – ...
Students in Quebec City were sprayed with tear gas by Canadian police after holding an ‘illegal’ gathering to protest the provincial budget. A brief scuffle broke out before law enforcement officers began randomly gassing the demonstrators.
Continuity comes at quite a cost of you’re the Co-op Bank. More than £4m could be handed to keep chief executive Niall Booker in the hot seat this year and he’s said he will remain in post until the end of 2016.
The Philadelphia Police Department is the subject of a troubling report from the US Department of Justice that found Philadelphia police too often shoot civilians and are poorly trained in when to use deadly force.
Paul Burgess was a UKIP committee member for the Brecon & Radnor branch of UKIP until the entire branch was suspended from the party in a row over the selection of its candidate for this May's general election. Burgess wrote and posted the following on the Brecon & Radnor UKIP website. I ...
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