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Muslims are 12.6 Per Cent of the Prison Population in England and Wales
"A generation of young Muslims is turning to crime and ending up in jail because of the old-fashioned attitudes in Britain’s mosques, according to the Prison Service’s Muslim adviser."
Welcome to the hub for MANC (Mobile Accelerated Nonpostmodern Culture). Steve Redhead’s personal website explores his work on the history of the global social, economic and cultural change from (what French urban theorist of speed Paul Virilio has called) ‘cosmopolis’ to ‘claustropolis’.
Mary Dejevsky: The hollowed-out city invites lawlessness
"The Oxford Street killing highlights the lack of families on London's main shopping thoroughfare."
Thought Crime in Washington
"George Orwell, Philip K. Dick, and Ray Bradbury Would Have Recognized Morris Davis's Problem."
Letters: Newspapers feed the greed for fame
"Could it be that journalists think they know what we want to read but are wrong?"
Redundancy is a life wasted. I am now nothing but a threat
"Daily I write job applications, and long to be productive, yet I am treated as a scrounger, bullied and feared by the system."
Purists Gone Wild
"Could any of this happen? It did, with Prohibition."
Open season for terrorising the Irish countryside
"The closure of garda stations leaves rural dwellers vulnerable to brazen gangs of thieves."
Fear of chaos and crime dogs Brazil's 2014 carnival
"Half-built stadiums, transport problems and rising street violence are threatening World Cup, writes Sam Green in Rio de Janeiro."
Time every citizen had right to a sex life
"Those with intellectual disabilities need new law on relationships."
The Hackney Heroine tells why she confronted rioters
"Pauline Pearce – the woman with a walking stick – became a YouTube sensation after tackling looters in the street. Now she fears there's more trouble ahead."
The moral decay of our society is as bad at the top as the bottom
"It has become acceptable for our politicians to lie and to cheat. An almost universal culture of selfishness and greed has grown up."
UK riots: how do Boris Johnson's Bullingdon antics compare?
"London's mayor had a relaxed attitude to a bit of property-trashing in his Oxford days."
sentenced yesterday to 28 years for taking $1m (£617,000) in bribes from the builder of a pair of juvenile detention centres in a case that became known as "kids-for-cash".
"The viciousness of state officials to the poor and homeless is breathtaking, trapping them in a cycle of poverty."
Mass Shooting in Aurora, Colorado – Tell Me Why We Don’t Need Gun Control Again?
"A shooting in Colorado leaves 12 dead,and many more wounded."
If the rioting was a surprise, people weren't looking
"Yes, indefensible – but not unexpected. Clear signs of deep problems in our youth were ignored as being a black."
Confessions of an immigrant: Knowledge of Life in the UK
"I had at last achieved my long-held dream; but with that cheap and nasty paperweight they somehow managed to make the whole thing feel like a consolation prize."
The mystery of the missing Amazonian rubber slaves
"Two men brought to the UK to highlight their tribe's fate never made it back home."
Going straight... to the top: Gang members 'could be wealthy businessmen if they went legit'
"The Labour MP believes the drive that the yobs involved show would make them successful tycoons if it was redirected into legitimate activities."
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