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MPs warn of a lack of political voice for young black people

Black MPs are urging organisations to boost the involvement of young people with a Caribbean heritage in decisions that affect their future. MPs David Lammy, Dawn Butler, Clive Lewis, and from the House of Lords, Baroness Rosalind Howells spoke at … Continue reading

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Are educated black men in particular having a hard time at work?

I would say yes. As an educated, UK-born, Caribbean male, I regularly go to job interviews (at least 3 every month for over a year) at offices in London and the South East. I sometimes see black and Asian women in … Continue reading

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Is something rotten in the intelligence services? There is something strange about Skyfall and that is, at the end of the film. Bond does not save the heroine in distress. Indeed, Skyfall is more than the typical, cartoon, boys’ own … Continue reading

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Did fraud hand an #election majority to the #Conservatives? Look at the facts

The 2015 General Election result was a shock. But we know that the Conservatives won because of ‘Shy Tories’, ‘late swing voters’, Milliband was too Left-wing and a vote in England against the SNP, don’t we? And your feelings tell … Continue reading

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UK needs more state intervention, economist tells Camden Labour Party

Political leaders should back government spending to boost economic growth, according to an award-winning economist. Winner of the 2014 New Statesman SPERI Prize in Political Economy, Marianna Mazzucato, claimed that the focus on cutting government debt had no basis in … Continue reading

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UK Jamaicans should serve their country of origin, says Caribbean leader

Jamaica’s opposition leader, Andrew Holness has promised to bring the skills of the UK Jamaican community to the Caribbean. He told a 300-plus audience at London’s Kensington Town Hall that he wanted a national service programme for people in Britain. … Continue reading

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Opinion polls show Mugabe victory

This article reveals opinion polls before the Zimbabwe election that pointed to an overwhelming Zanu-PF victory. It makes it  clear that Mr Tsvangirai and the MDC’s attempts to say that there was massive election fraud is part of a  big lie … Continue reading

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