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Crimes Against Humanity: Statute of Limitations for the Last Nazis?

This week, in one of the last Nazi trials in history, a 93-year-old concentration camp guard, identified as Bruno D., was charged with 5,230...

Two Years After Grenfell, Where Do We Go From Here?

Today sadly marks the second anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire. Where on the 17th of June at 1am in a 24-storey block of...

Is It Wrong For Muslims To Sell Poppies?

by Umar Zeshan Bhatti As it fast approaches, Remembrance day marks the specific moment that World War One ended, at the eleventh hour of the...

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Globe Theatre “Violating History” with Non-Binary Joan of Arc Production

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre's Joan of Arc will use 'they'them' pronouns in the new production "I, Joan." Many have accused...
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Serena Williams: “Between Tennis And Family, I Choose The Latter”

Serena Williams, one of the greatest tennis players of all time, the 23-time Grand Slam singles champion, and a...

Jennette McCurdy: Mother’s Unfulfilled Dreams Led To Abuse

Nickelodeon star memoir "I'm Glad My Mum Died", details abuse as her mother lived vicariously through her. Child actress Jennette...

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Globe Theatre “Violating History” with Non-Binary Joan of Arc Production

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre's Joan of Arc will use 'they'them'...

Young People Are The Real Victims Of The Recession

The bank of England has predicted a recession with...