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Opinion: We’re still underplaying the danger from second hand spoke

Opinion: We’re still underplaying the danger from second hand spoke

Christy O'Neil November 16, 2017 0

It is time that more stringent public health policies are imposed on smoking. Earlier this month a prisoner at HMP Wymott in Lancashire appealed to the Supreme Court about the risks to his own

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The ongoing threat from neo-Nazis

The ongoing threat from neo-Nazis

Christy O'Neil October 31, 2017 0

On encountering the term Nazism, most of our thoughts usually drift to a specific period of horror that we relate to our days in the history classroom, or from stories told by relatives. Unfortunately,

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Russia: The Mounting Aggressor in the East

Russia: The Mounting Aggressor in the East

Christy O'Neil October 31, 2017 0

Why is Russia becoming an increasingly frequent feature in British news? In a rapidly advancing digital age, could it be that the Russian government is ahead of the game; weaponising information for a war

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Police shootings in America; is this a race or a gun issue?

Police shootings in America; is this a race or a gun issue?

Christy O'Neil October 26, 2017 0

Throughout recent years, the media has rigorously documented the periodic events in various American states which reflect, as former President of the United States Barack Obama has described, the “distress between law enforcement and

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Opinion: Why the House of Lords can no longer be justified

Opinion: Why the House of Lords can no longer be justified

Christy O'Neil October 23, 2017 0

How is it that in a modern day democracy, a significant proportion of those determining our law inherit their positions? Unlike the elected House of Commons, 92 hereditary peers currently sit in the House

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