New Internationalist

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Limiting beyond belief: the cost of living below the line

Josh Barrie is relieved to get back to a wholesome diet after his charity challenge.

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I don’t want to play God – even when it comes to rapists and child killers

A botched execution in the US gets Mari Marcel Thekaekara thinking about the clamour for capital punishment in India today. 

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Care in Kenya: behind the scenes

The East African country needs to invest in improving the emotional wellbeing of children in care. Samora Asere speaks to Corin Faife.

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Why David Cameron is wrong to call Britain a 'Christian country'

A government that favours the rich and shuns the poor could not be further away from the Bible’s vision of an equal and radical society, says Symon Hill

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Britain’s draft Modern Slavery Bill does not go far enough

When will the government take action to protect migrant domestic workers? asks Tony Mckenna.  

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Do violent images obscure the humanity of people in the Middle East?

Photographs depicting extremism in the conflict-stricken region widen the gap between ‘us’ and ‘them’, argues Jose Vericat. 

PODCAST: Forget congress and legislate!

This month, Naomi Fowler looks to Maine, the latest American state to clamp down on tax havens.

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Has renting in London become as risky as squatting?

Jacob Wills laments landlords and local councils’ willingness to evict the capital’s tenants. Could it be because a third of MPs are landlords?

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Slow down for social change: join the Tolpuddle Pilgrimage

Support community initiatives by walking from Devon to Dorset, says Jonny Gordon-Farleigh.

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Brahim Dahane: ‘It is better to die than to live afraid’

Lydia James talks to the Saharawi human rights defender about uprisings, refugees and the UN mandate.

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Silence please, Algeria is dying

As its people go to the polls, Kamal Benkoussa fears that his country is on the brink of a political and economic precipice.

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