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Misty Copeland

I believe it’s important to give credit where credit is due. So today, I’m giving credit to Misty Copeland for using dance to advocate for African-American rights, healthy eating, and inclusion. 242 more words

A Grand Night Out

For my final project at university I have been looking at the public houses and hotels of Whitehaven. The social history that has been contained in these meeting places that have been slowly disappearing is often a darker version of what the town is famous for. 220 more words


Tories break electoral rules up to a MILLION times in W Mids mayoral campaign

In May, West Midlands voters will elect a regional (‘combined authority’) mayor for the first time. The Conservative party has made no secret of the fact that it sees success in the mayoral contest as a key to their fortunes in the area and is… 745 more words


by anonymous

On the morning of 28th October, 1931, Britain woke up to one of the most remarkable political events in British history.

Seeking approval for a bizarre coalition of Conservatives, dissident Labourites and Liberals, Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald had gone to the country just two years into a Parliament. 1,861 more words


Labour 'reeling from Copeland'? No, Labour winning in THE CITY OF LONDON

PoliticsHome and the Huffington Post have run this morning with stories of a Corbyn ‘staffing crisis’ with a supposed ‘exodus’ – three people, two of whom are leaving for health reasons (no speech marks on that, thank you). 381 more words

Tory 100mph ban rumour MP - no 'own car' expense claims for over 6 months

Yesterday the SKWAWKBOX revealed that Tory MP for Pendle – the constituency at the heart of bullying, intimidation and impersonation allegations against Tory councillors and activists – is believed by locals to have received a driving ban for an alleged 100mph speeding offence. 272 more words

Stewart Copeland’s The Invention of Morel an intriguing world premiere

Armitage Concert Hall
Old Town School of Folk Music
Chicago, IL
February 17, 2017

A Conversation with Stewart Copeland, Jonathan Moore, and Andreas Mitisek
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