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POLITICS

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Britain, Extradition bill, China, Hong Kong protests

Why Hong Kong is exploding in China's face: The friction between the two has long roots

China's latest extradition bill is only the spark to tinder that has accumulated over years. China and Hong Kong have been at loggerheads with each other and this goes back a long way.

POLITICS

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Maga, Brexit negotiations, Britain, Boris johnson britain

Donald Trump to Boris Johnson: Why you should be scared of the 'man-child in politics' phenomenon

The man-child in politics is full of bragging, insecurity and unreal ambition. The worrying thing is how many people like them, and what this implies for our future.

LIFE

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Radicalisation, Britain, ISIS, Shamima begum

Shamima Begum: ISIS bride, mother, 19 years old, refugee. Should her country Britain allow her back?

Shamima left home in 2015 to join the ISIS. After being in marriage to a jihadi, in a war and having buried two children, she is now desperate to come back. Can she ever return?

VOICES

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London, Kashmir, Khalistan, Separatist groups

Burning our flag: How Britain is emerging as a safe haven for anti-India separatist groups

Khalistanis and Pakistan-backed factions routinely burn our Tricolour on the streets of London. Yet, the British look away, despite India's 'special relationship' with the country that hosts such elements.

VARIETY

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Margaret thatcher, Britain, Brexit, Theresa May

Theresa May: Cricketing metaphors and the end of Prime Ministerial innings

It was a cricketing metaphor used by Geoffrey Howe that was the undoing of the more long lasting Margaret Thatcher government.

POLITICS

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Religious minorities, Asylum, Asiya bibi, Britain

Britain refusing Asiya Bibi asylum over ‘fears for her security’ shows the dangers of migration without integration

Communities formed from immigration are becoming enforcers in their host countries of the religious and cultural codes of the societies they had left behind.

POLITICS

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Britain, US, Saudi Arabia, Yemen Crisis

How Britain and US enabled genocide in Yemen

There is no accountability for the starvation and killings of civilians in Yemen. And with the western states, the western media is entirely complicit in this genocide.

POLITICS

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Britain, Anti-semitism, Islamophobia, Racism

The face of boorish Britain - Boris Johnson’s 'Islamophobia' and Jeremy Corbyn’s 'anti-Semitism'

Sadly, over-ambitious and unscrupulous politicians are more likely to succeed electorally.

VARIETY

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Commonwealth, Colonial past, Brexit, Britain

Why it's time the Queen of England returns all that she has stolen

The precedent set by Britain is being replicated by the ISIS, which now peddles stolen heritage to fund terror attacks, including on Londoners.

POLITICS

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Europe, World War I, Versailles, Britain

Why I still think Brexit won't happen

The Brits are much too dumb to make it happen, being comfortably outmanoeuvred by the EU at every turn.