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New attacks lie behind Tory talk of protecting 'the family'

David Cameron

The government’s aim to look at how policy affects the family is pure hypocrisy, writes Sadie Robinson

Arming the Kurds won’t stop Iraq’s brutal civil war

It will be a disaster for Iraq’s Kurds if the West succeeds in hijacking their cause, argues Ken Olende


How the independence vote can radicalise Scotland

Raymie Kiernan looks at why Scottish independence activists believe a last push for votes can bring victory—and raise wider issues about the alternative to capitalism

Jay Abatan's family asks, "How close were the police to the men who killed him?"

The family of a man who died following a racist attack say police withheld crucial information from the investigation into his killing.

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Arming the Kurds won’t stop Iraq’s brutal civil war

It will be a disaster for Iraq’s Kurds if the West succeeds in hijacking their cause, argues Ken Olende


Pregnant in Ireland? The state owns your body

The Irish state was compelled to introduce limited abortion legislation in 2012 and give women the right to abortion if their life was at risk.

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