Apple Daily, Hong Kong’s second most popular daily newspaper and long thought by Chinese authorities to be a pro-democracy threat, will be forced to shut “in a matter of days” following the freezing of the company’s assets under China’s new … Continue reading Apple Daily to Close in Days
There is widespread gratitude for NHS workers for their service during the ongoing pandemic Migrant workers have been essential to the operations of the NHS ever since its inception in 1948. Over the decades, many programmes have been used to … Continue reading Human Rights Blog – NHS Workers Leave to Remain
Black Policing in the UK SECTION: POLICE & CRIME The first Black police officer was John Kent (1805 – 20 July 1886) who was a British police constable at Maryport, later with the Carlisle City Police, he was the first … Continue reading Black Police in the UK – The Pioneer Force
Stephen Fry, comedian author and broadcaster and a self confessed ‘technology lover’ looks back over the last 20 years at the firsts since the 21st Century began in the year 2000. Here we see a collection of firsts including the … Continue reading Stephen Fry on 21st Century Firsts
James Earl Carter Jr. (born October 1, 1924) is an American politician and philanthropist who served as the 39th president of the United States from 1977 to 1981. A member of the Democratic Party, he previously served as a Georgia State Senator from 1963 to 1967 … Continue reading Jimmy Carter – The Diplomatic Hero
What happens when you mix Law with Social Media? This two part documentary shown in the UK on C4 Real Lives, and on Channel 5 from Hey Buddy Films. Here is a compendium of misjudgement and poorly thought out decisions … Continue reading Don’t Blame Social Media?