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Farewell Nomzamo

Farewell Nomzamo, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela who endured the unendurable and for all her flaws bravely fought the good fight for Freedom and refused to bend to the will of the oppressor. South African anti-apartheid campaigner...

Labour anti-Semitism – the morning after

An estimated 1,500 people joined a protest outside Parliament on Monday evening to condemn Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s “systematic failure” to deal with anti-Semitism. The turnout – which included a broad cross-section of the...

Jeremy’s Jewish Question

Jeremy Corbyn had been blind to anti Semites in Labour for years which is why Jewish organisations are protesting publicly outside Parliament today. For comparison in cases of sexual harassment whose views do you...

The Skibbereen Eagle and the Czar of Russia

The Skibbereen Eagle was a small paper from a very small town in West Cork, Ireland. Once it warned the Czar of Russia who ignored it. Some years later he was out of a...

New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade

This year marks the 256th year the Green is paraded in New York City, a Parade and a celebration which is older than the United States of America. The St. Patrick’s Day Parade is...

The Real St. Patrick

On Saturday March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the globe will observe St. Patrick’s Day. What began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has become an international...

TubeMapper captures images of The Underground

An urban photographer is making his way around the capital on a mission to take amazing pictures of every station in London. Graphic designer Luke Agbaimoni has so-far snapped incredible images of “visual memories”...

Women on the Buses

Tomorrow 8th March is International Women’s Day and a good day to reflect on how far we have come in gender equality and how far we have to go. International Women’s Day is a...

Roger Bannister’s last mile

Farewell to the great Sir Roger Bannister, athlete, physician and humanitarian who has died in Oxford surrounded by his family ‘who were as loved by him, as he was loved by them.’ In 1954...

The Eagle on London

Jeremy’s Jewish Question

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TubeMapper captures images of The Underground

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Women on the Buses

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Happy Chinese New Year of the Dog

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The Eagle on Ireland

The Real St. Patrick

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More Irish than the Irish themselves

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Dublin’s Saint Valentine

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West Cork’s singing Ambassadors

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