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I am feeling really encouraged by what's been happening over the last 24 hours around Remembrance Sunday.
A report published today (Tuesday) has revealed that 26 top UK universities have received contracts for at least £725 million over six years in sponsorship by arms companies and public military bodies with over 1,900 projects funded in this way
There has been a mixed response to Prime Minister Tony Blair’s call for educationists and the media to recognise the ‘true face’ of Islam, and for Muslims themselves to speak out against extremism.
Peter Heslam argues that the corruption row surrounding World Bank chief Paul Wolfowitz taps into wider issues about money and development. Both the Bank and its critics have much to learn, he says.
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The High Court has today ruled that Campaign Against Arms Trade, represented by human rights lawyers Leigh Day, can bring a judicial review...
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