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"As the events in a Heathrow transit lounge – and the Guardian offices – have shown, the threat to journalism is real and growing..."
Fifa president claims detractors out to ruin the institution
May 25th 1995 was the last day the presses rolled at Irish Press Newspapers. That day journalists outraged at the sacking of colleague Colm Rapple, began a protest which evolved into a 5 day occupation of the newspaper's offices.
Lord Coe has described allegations of widespread doping in athletics as a "declaration of war" and says it is time to "come out fighting" to protect the sport's reputation.
"Condescension and sympathy are as corrosive as discrimination". An article exploring the depth of stigma and discrimination in Irish society.
Sinn Fein went to great lengths to discredit reports about fuel laundering and how it poisoned drinking water
Legal academic calls proposed laws to regulate social media activities 'problematic'
'It is as if the Oxbridge university elites, who dominate much of Britain's political media have determined that Labour is not entitled to elect a leader of his views'
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