Sorry for the long gap. Work commitments have taken over sadly so this blog will only be sporadic from now on. Today’s front pages: Guardian leads with a fascinating education story, Telegraph calls on Cameron to respect family values while The Times and The Independent report on the superinjunctions fiasco.
- RT @DanWilliams: Of the 23 Palestinian stabbing/shooting attacks on Israelis in last two weeks, 80% carried out by East Jerusalem residents… 2 hours ago
- RT @KyleWOrton: List of Shabiha Posing As Refugees in Europe wp.me/p4exPY-bq via @benad36 1 week ago
- How do you solve a problem like Boko Haram? @Enugu62 digs into deradicalisation programs for @irinnews newirin.irinnews.org/boko-haram-roa… 1 week ago
- Huge allegation - "PYD: Syrian refugee tripped by Hungarian journalist was member of radical al-Nusra Front" rudaw.net/NewsDetails.as… #Syria 3 weeks ago
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