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Leicester City Council branded ‘anti-Jewish’

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A DECISION by Leicester City Council to boycott goods from illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank has been slammed as “anti-Jewish”. Labour councillors in the city voted last month to condemn the actions of Israel’s government in East Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank. The motion said while “Leicester City Council recognis...

Controlling behaviour becomes new domestic abuse law

Controlling partners who emotionally abuse and "torture" victims could be jailed for five years under a new offence.  The law will help protect those at risk by outlawing sustained patterns of behaviour that stop short of More News »

Pakistan massacre survivors vow to defy Taliban

Students grieving for their classmates massacred by the Pakistani Taliban on Thursday (18) vowed to defy the militants and return to school as soon as possible. A team of gunmen stormed the Army Public School in Pakistan's northwestern cit More News »

UN sends team to clean up Bangladesh oil spill

The United Nations said on Thursday (18) it has sent a team of international experts to Bangladesh to help clean up the world's largest mangrove forest, more than a week after it was hit by a huge oil spill. Thousands of litres of oil have More News »

Ed Miliband: End the epidemic of exploitation

Ed Miliband has vowed to crackdown on employers who exploit migrant workers for low wages in a speech toughening up his immigration policy before the looming general election. The Labour leader said his government would protect lower paid Brit More News »
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