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The faith of Egypt’s judges

by Jayson Casper - 10th July 2015

FOLLOWING the assassination of Egypt’s chief prosecutor last week, we meet two other judges in the line of fire

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Teaching migrant workers their rights: good news from the Gulf

by Jayson Casper - 3rd July 2015

IGNORANT of the laws that should protect them, migrant labourers are finding help from an unusual source

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‘Extending Prevent guidelines to primary and secondary schools will be counter-productive.’

by Staff Reporter - 1st July 2015

Taylor: ‘Laws don’t make you free.’Lapido Director on RT TV last night ahead of the release of statutory new requirements for teachers says they risk ‘criminalising’ society.

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  • Multiculturalism was the extension of 1960s ghetto politics which linked race and territory. As a policy, it lies buried with the bodies of 52 commuters of all races and religions who died on the London Underground on 7 July 2005.

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