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Britain’s five richest families worth more than poorest 20%

Date: 18 March 2014 Subject: From the Guardian: Oxfam report reveals scale of inequality in UK as charity appeals to chancellor over tax • Who are the five richest families? Larry Elliott, economics editor Monday 17 March 2014 The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/mar/17/oxfam-report-scale-britain-growing-financial-inequality —-… Continue Reading →

Press Release- Babri Mosque demolition and recurrence of anti-Muslim riots have deepened the feeling of insecurity among Indian Muslims

  COUNCIL of INDIAN MUSLIMS (UK) 66c Cazenove Road, Stoke Newington, London N16 6AA Tel: 020 8806 1147 Fax: 020 8806 6859, www.coimuk.org, news@coimuk.org   PRESS RELEASE: For Immediate Release “Demolition of Babri Mosque is one of those tragedies that have left deep… Continue Reading →

British Mother of 9-month-old baby facing #deathpenalty in Pakistan #Vaw #WTFnews

Birmingham mum’s desperate words as she faces death penalty in Pakistan prison   By Katy Hallam, birmingham Mail Khadija Shah from Small Heath, was forced to return to the unsanitary and cramped conditions of the Adiala Jail after giving birth… Continue Reading →

Here is why Sharia Law has no place in Britain or elsewhere #Vaw #Religion

Nahla Mahmoud By Nahla Mahmoud There are many reasons why this needs to be said, starting with a personal trigger. I was recently interviewed by Channel 4’s 4thought.tv programme which was broadcast two weeks ago about my opinions on ‘What does Sharia… Continue Reading →

Renewable energy is clean, cheap and here – what’s stopping us?

  Energies such as solar and wind have seen dramatic price falls. The revolution in non-grid energy should be embraced by the UK Ashley Seager Saturday  June 2013 guardian.co.uk The report from the Committee on Climate Change arguing that investing in renewable… Continue Reading →

#India-Online campaign to save George Orwell’s birth home #ancientmonument

IANS Fed up with assurances that have made little difference, residents of Motihari town in Bihar, birthplace of legendary British author George Orwell, have gone online seeking support for the conservation of the house the author was born in. “In… Continue Reading →

Thames Water – a private equity plaything that takes us for fools

When the water company was privatised we were promised a utopia of private sector efficiency  Will Hutton ,  Guardian, The Observer, Nov 11, 2012 Inside one of London’s Victorian sewers. Photograph: Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA London remains the effluent capital of Europe. The… Continue Reading →

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