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In the famous poem ‘First they came …’ by Pastor Niemöller specific groups are identified, targeted and destroyed one by one leaving no else when ‘they’ came for him. 501 more words



Young actor Danny Mellor presented his self-penned hour long one-man play Undermined at Wilton’s Music Hall this week following an acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Festival. 318 more words

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Project 1 Eyewitnesses?

What is citizen journalism?

Definition: – The collection, dissemination, and analysis of news and information by the general public, especially by means of the Internet. 962 more words

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The Seeds of Defeat Run Deep @TheLastSeam

The Seeds of Defeat Run Deep.

I often try to describe to people what it was like growing up in an ex-mining town, usually I say – … 552 more words

Free preview of the opening chapter of my novel 'Murder of a British Patriot'

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You never know when you might need to start up a vehicle without its ignition key, do you? You might be stuck in the desert, or trying to escape from a hoodie gang, or you might just have lost the key while you were out shopping. 1,793 more words


Orgreave campaigners stage protest outside Home Office

Campaigners have staged a noisy demonstration outside the Home Office to step up calls for an inquiry into the policing of picketing during the miners’ strike in the 1980s. 462 more words


Make noise for Orgreave justice

In the light of home secretary Amber Rudd’s shocking decision in October 2016 not to grant an inquiry into the ‘Battle of Orgreave’ the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign is organising a demonstration outside the Home Office, and the plan is for it to be the biggest and noisiest demonstration to date. 57 more words