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Bishops set to lobby politicians in abortion campaign
"Ministers will be lobbied by bishops and priests as part of a full-scale campaign of opposition."
The punitive regulation of poverty in the neoliberal age
"The increasing penalization of poverty is a response to social insecurity; a result of public policy that weds the "invisible hand" of the market to the "iron fist" of the penal state."
Climbing the Wall
Produces 'work that explores social/community issues. We draw upon our skills in documentary film, oral history & community engagement.'
Jean-Luc Mélenchon's policies are no far-left fantasy
James Q. Wilson dies at 80; pioneer in 'broken windows' approach to improve policing
"A social scientist, James Q. Wilson helped launch a revolution in law enforcement with the idea that tackling signs of community decay was crucial to making neighborhoods safer." [LA Times]
Steve Richards: Now we know who runs the country
The Cameron crony and the Kray twins: Tory donor admits working as gangsters' doorman
"Steel magnate and major Tory donor William Ives worked for Ronnie and Reggie after growing up in London’s East End."
What’s ‘pure and simple’ about what is happening on Britain’s streets?
Imperialism didn't end. These days it's known as international law
George Monbiot: a one-sided justice sees weaker states punished as rich nations and giant corporations project their power across the world
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