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FAB Asks: One Step Forward, Ten Steps Back?- by Daphne Tona Weyalo

A leading equality campaigner, Simon Woolley, director of Operation Black Vote (OBV) told the Voice newspaper that race relations have been set back ten years because of the riots. He says that the rioters have only made things worse for themselves … Continue reading

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London’s Burning: Reflections of a Night of Madness – by Guest Writer Peter Apps

Maybe when the smoke clears away I‘ll feel different. Once the glass is swept up, the CCTV footage examined and the political points scored.
I’m writing this in East London. For the last six hours, I’ve been listening to sirens screaming … Continue reading

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London: Where the Streets Have no Shame

Following the controversial shooting of 30-year-old Mark Duggan by the armed police from the specialist firearms unit C019 in Tottenham on Thursday night and the ensuing rumours that the Duggan was not killed in self-defence but in the face at … Continue reading

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