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.
- @bvdwalle @irinnews which one do you mean? It took me a while to get them all as well 50 minutes ago
- If the humanitarian “community” were a country, it would be the most unequal on the planet. newirin.irinnews.org/the-humanitari… http://t.co/cAE3KfPFYt 5 hours ago
- The chaotic world of the humanitarian system - in interactive maps newirin.irinnews.org/the-humanitari… @AliceFordham you might like this 5 hours ago
- @hadeelalsh Hi Hadeel. Just sent you an email. If you could get back to me ASAP that would be great. 1 day ago
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