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The Northern Ireland ‘amnesty’: Hiding Britain’s ‘misdeeds’?

Al Jazeera 23 Sep 2021
The British proposals have prompted unanimous condemnation from all sides, in a rare show of political unanimity, both in Ireland and internationally – leaving London isolated as the proposals’ sole defender ... The most comprehensive de-bunking of London’s proposals came on ...
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Mugger, 24, who murdered Omani sheikh's student son, 20, for his £34,000 Patek Philippe watch ...

The Daily Mail 23 Sep 2021
A man who murdered a wealthy Omani student near London department store Harrods has been sentenced to a minimum of 27 years in prison ... Mr Al-Armani was second-year King's College student, who lived in London while studying politics and economics ... The murder scene outside Harrods, London.
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Litvinenko verdict signals hope for justice in MH17 shoot-down case

The Washington Times 23 Sep 2021
... the apparent victim of a Kremlin-ordered political assassination.
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Nawaz asks party cadre to hold their ground

Dawn 23 Sep 2021
Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has urged the party cadre to stand their ground in case of pressure for changing their political loyalties. He was speaking from London through video link at a meeting of Sargodha division leaders of the PML-N held here on Wednesday.
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Can Scottish Labour ever escape the political wilderness?

New Statesman 23 Sep 2021
Good for his party, good for the political debate, a teasing prospect of something different and aspirational ... Quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics By Stephen Bush Sign up here ... Quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics from the New Statesman's politics team.
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UN: Lavrov holds meeting with UK FM Truss

Ruptly 23 Sep 2021
"The Russian side once again noted the lack of progress on solving problems that obstruct the restoration of a fully-fledged political ...
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UN: Lavrov meets with UK Foreign Minister Truss

Ruptly 23 Sep 2021
"The Russian side once again noted the lack of progress on solving problems that obstruct the restoration of a fully-fledged political ...
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UN: Lavrov meets with UK Foreign Secretary Truss

Ruptly 23 Sep 2021
"The Russian side once again noted the lack of progress on solving problems that obstruct the restoration of a fully-fledged political ...
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For a shift to sustainable urban transport, political will is key

Hindustan Times 23 Sep 2021
If Sadiq Khan, mayor of London, says that he is better than his predecessor on the issue of cycling, and commits 154 million British pounds per year for the next five years to enhance the city’s cycling infrastructure; and if mayor, Anne Hidalgo, can plan to make Paris the ...
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Rosemary Cronin: going public

Islington Tribune 23 Sep 2021
– a series of workshops with MA fashion futures students from the London College of Fashion’s Centre for Research into Sustainable Fashion exploring Brexit and culminating with a catwalk in an abandoned supermarket ... “We explored how you wear politics on your sleeve,” she says ... “I showed it at a gallery in east London before lockdown.
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Ancient DNA analysis sheds light on a dark event in medieval Spain

Phys Dot Org 23 Sep 2021
Silva, who now works at London's Francis Crick Institute, said, "The impact of this dramatic change in population, resulting from a brutal political decision hundreds of years ago, can finally be witnessed directly using ancient DNA, as seen here in the ancestry of the 'Segorbe Giant' and his contemporaries.".
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Scotland readies for COP26 spotlight as political tensions simmer

Al Jazeera 23 Sep 2021
Anyone – me or PM – who allowed politics to get in way would be abdicating that responsibility.” ... As ever, at the heart of tensions between Edinburgh and London is the thorny issue of Scottish independence, which, according to recent opinion polls, is supported by up to half of Scotland’s voting public and is the SNP’s raison d’être.
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Putin the Poisoner? More Doubts Over Attempts to Delegitimize Russia’s Leader, by Philip Giraldi

The Unz Review 23 Sep 2021
The anti-Russian bias has manifested itself in a number of ways, to include the fabricated libel referred to as Russiagate, but it also featured personal denigration of the Russian leadership as a rogue regime inclined to employ assassination by poisoning against its critics and political opponents.
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The Guinness Girls and the Devil’s Decade: how to show the bigger picture of the 1930s

The Irish Times 22 Sep 2021
The first half of the decade was characterised by bigger and bigger hunger marches – one, in 1932, saw several thousand marches leave Glasgow, carrying banners demanding “bread and beans” – to be met by a crowd of more than 20,000 supporters at Hyde Park in London ... Creating these characters meant I could work a different London into my story.
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Just a ride: how boat trips give games narrative breathing space

Eurogamer 22 Sep 2021
I was recently asked to write a political piece ... When a certain party leader was about to be elected here in the UK, and my family's security was under 'threat', working at a political magazine in London made me feel weary. I touted my "I'm a tourist" line to colleagues and decided to ascend in a London Eye pod (iPod?) that weekend.
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