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Civil Liberties

  • Austerity Britain
    Karen Gregory 14th Aug'16 6
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    Out to Kill

    “Whose arms are killing Yemen civilians?” Our arms are. Amnesty writes: “In a new report released today, the Control Arms Coalition names France, Germany, Italy, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Spain, […]

    Mike Small 26th Feb'16 12
  • Civil Liberties

    Football, Politics and Police

    Scottish football has always been plagued by outside political interference. As far back as a century ago when the establishment searched for a club where they […]

    Sean Baillie 13th Feb'16 33
  • Civil Liberties

    Mainstreaming Watergate

    There was once a scandal so big that every abuse of political power since has been named after it. It led to the indictments of […]

    Maggie Chapman 20th Oct'15 6
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    21st Aug'15 17
  • Civil Liberties
    Phil Miller 20th Aug'15 0
  • Civil Liberties

    A Signature Quilt for Danette Chavis

    Police brutality in there USA is interacting with social media and civil rights in a brand new way that’s affecting the law,  relationships with the state […]

    16th Jun'15 6
  • Civil Liberties

    Human Rights Act 1, Scene 3

    The debate about the Human Rights Act is confused and confusing. ‘So what is to be done? And what is the new Tory government proposing? […]

    Lallands Peat Worrier 4th Jun'15 23
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    Brit Democracy

    Kate Smurthwaite ‏tweeted us to say: “During my show at #OccupyDemocracy the police surged in and arrested a man for sleeping on a piece of […]

    Kate Smurthwaite 26th Oct'14 5
  • Civil Liberties

    The Internet is Being Recast

    The incredible bigotry and misogyny cast against Caroline Criado-Perez and Stella Creasy on Twitter, Cameron’s proposals to combat abusive imagery and the secret Soca list […]

    Mike Small 31st Jul'13 6
  • Civil Liberties

    Beyond a Politics of Resentment

    A new generation is emerging, arguing for Scottish independence on a radical, inclusive basis. Liam O’Hare, one of the organisers of the Farage protest is […]

    Liam O'Hare 20th May'13 42
  • Civil Liberties

    We need National Collective

    So, the Augusta National Golf Club, that paean to tradition and bastion of all things traditionally WASP has decided to punish the 14 year old […]

    Kate Higgins 13th Apr'13 10
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    The Gallowgate Blues

    This eyewitness report of heavy-handed policing of a peaceful protest on Saturday by journalist Angela Haggerty (see also “Police were “commendable” at banned demonstration by […]

    Angela Haggerty 18th Mar'13 16
  • Arts & Culture
    Darran Anderson 21st Jan'13 2

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