Tag Archives: Britain

British human rights in Iraq

Angry China cancels talks with interfering Britain

China on Tuesday condemned Britain for interfering in its domestic affairs, in response to a human rights report, a day after the British government said Beijing had called off human…

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Pondo chief’s letter to Russia

A chief of the Pondo people wrote to Russian Emperor in November 1886. The chief asks Alexander III to protect his people from British occupation. The letter is addressed «To…

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Aborted babies burned to power UK hospitals

Aborted and miscarried babies are being incinerated as “clinical waste,” with some being used to power hospitals in the UK, a policy that some have defended as an efficient means…

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Britain’s private army, G4S

G4S is the world’s third-largest private-sector employer. The British multinational security services company headquartered in Crawley, United Kingdom, is the world’s largest security company measured by revenues. Contractors from the security…

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Should Britain give the Falklands back?

Argentine leader Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner recalled that the UN Charter stipulates the right of people to self-determination, which means that this rule should be applied to all countries without…

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British child-porn advisor arrested for child abuse imagery

Patrick Rock who served as special advisor to UK Prime Minister David Cameron and played an influential role in the Prime Minister’s national Internet censorship plan, has been arrested for…

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Queen Georgina and the Holocaust card

by Albert Brenner I must admit that I did not expect Georgina Guedes to do it. But then, maybe I underestimated the impact my column had on her. For her subsequent…

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‘BBC made terrible mistake in downplaying immigration’

Support for sweeping curbs on immigration to the UK has reached record levels, a major study of public opinion shows, and the BBC now believes it was wrong to downplay…

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South Africa’s war of perspectives and the whites’ dwindling fortunes

by Dan Roodt dan[at]praag.org Ever since Britain started getting seriously interested in South Africa after the discovery of diamonds at Kimberley in 1866, there have been at least two conflicting…

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Mandela: muti for white guilt

by Dan Roodt Ever since Nelson Mandela died, but even before, one was utterly flabbergasted before the intensity of media fervour pouring out en hommage to the Big Man. In…