Observations of an Expat: Hungary v George Soros

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By

Tom Arms

As far as the proverbial man in the street is concerned, there is very little that separates the extreme right from the extreme left.

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World parliamentarians in drive to end extreme inequalities

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By

Sheuli Akter

Expressing grave concern with the extreme political, social and economic inequalities prevalent in the world, the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) has called for immediate action to reverse this trend and leave no one behind.

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Kalonzo Musyoka’s Presidential goal is untenable

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Joe Khamisi

As was widely expected, Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, leader of the opposition Wiper Democratic Party, appears ready to activate plan B in his determination for a second stab at the presidency in the August 8 general elections in Kenya.

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Some things about schooling just do not add up

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Hazel Speed

Having listened to the decision of the Supreme Court regarding Mr Jon Platt’s struggles over his refusal to pay a fine for his daughter’s absence from school (to enable a holiday of significance), then hearing his outline of the legal stages he had gone through en route to today’s decision announced by Lady Hale, I think this whole story is ludicrous.

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