New Internationalist

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Oxford and Cambridge sue in copyright controversy

Why are two of the world’s best universities thwarting poor Indians’ chance of an education? wonders Deepa Gupta.

Filed in: Education England India Law

Faith and fight in the battle to save the NHS

Vanessa Baird reports from Manchester, where 50,000 hit the streets in a bid to save the National Health Service from those determined to kill it.

Filed in: England Health Northern Ireland Politics Privatization Scotland Wales

Asylum denied to teenager at risk of FGM

Why is Britain threatening to send a Nigerian girl back home to face female genital mutilation? asks Mischa Wilmers.

Filed in: England Human Rights Nigeria Women

What the murder of Pavlos Fyssas means for Greece

If all opponents of austerity continue to be labelled extremists, the marginalized Left may just take Golden Dawn’s bait and start carrying guns, warns Petros Diveris.

Filed in: Greece Politics Poverty Violence

The human cost of cheap justice

Legal aid cuts will NOT save money. They WILL leave society’s most vulnerable without protection from the law. Alice Cullingworth reports.

Filed in: England Equality Wales

Zero-hour contracts shame British universities

Short term targets are being pursued by senior managers leaving staff insecure and overworked, says Roger Seifert.

Filed in: Economics England Scotland Wales Work

Occupy DSEI highlights the hypocrisy of the British government

The chemical weapons attack in Syria has galvanized resistance to London’s annual arms fair, writes Sam Mercer.

Filed in: England Military

War-mongering Obama gets closer to winning hypocrite of the year award

Irish MP lambasts politicians ‘prostituting’ themselves for a pat on the head from the US president. Mari Marcel Thekaekara writes.

Filed in: Ireland United States

PODCAST: Time to make the polluter pay

In the latest Taxcast, Naomi Fowler investigates tensions in Gibraltar and the environmental cost of business.

Filed in: Economics Environment Gibraltar Politics

A united Syriza moves closer to power

James Elliott investigates the party that promises to reverse the devastation of austerity in Greece.

Filed in: Greece

Reclaim The Power revs up in West Sussex

Jamie Kelsey-Fry on why supporting the upcoming camp at Balcombe can make or break the rush for unconventional energy.

Filed in: Energy England Environment

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