Mr Corbyn: Your worst nightmare – Blair is back

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Hazel Speed

Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! Imagine Jeremy Corbyn and his Labour front bench enjoying a working lunch together…

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Iraq and Afghanistan memorial to mark 25 years of war

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Hazel Speed

When one walks through Central London it is peppered here or there with one type of monument or another; statues of the famous of former centuries, then of more modern times.

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Tony Blair, have you been sharing the same water cooler as President Trump?

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Hazel Speed

What is it with people who have had their time in the limelight but want to return to politics like old singers who have numerous final concerts?

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Sheer hypocrisy!

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Hazel Speed

So the Government has backed down and will not be requiring UK businesses who hire immigrants that undercut British workers to be named and shamed.

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Breaking Impregnable Walls

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Ananya S Guha

The report on Britain and the United States’ intervention in Iraq is now an official document. It can now be interpreted and conclusions can be drawn, inferences made. Prior to that things were on the basis of speculation.

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Amnesty International respond to Chilcot report on Iraq war

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Amnesty International

Following yesterday’s publication of the Iraq Inquiry, Sir John Chilcot’s much-awaited report on the UK’s involvement in the 2003 Iraq war, human rights NGO Amnesty International in response released a statement.

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The UCL Festival of Culture 2016

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Michael Organ

Five free days of culture

UCL’s, (University College London), Festival of Culture returns this year with a programme set to showcase the rich diversity of world-class research led by staff and students in the Faculties of Arts & Humanities and Social & Historical Sciences.

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