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BarkingÂ and Dagenhamâ€™s disgraced BNP leader Bob Bailey may be suspended from his role as councillor for making racially offensive remarks.
HisÂ racist rant was made during a planning meeting in July last year, when the predominantly Nigerian Redeemed Christian Church of God, applied for permission to turn an office space […]
A year ago today Ian Tomlinson died. He was the latest in a long line of people who have died at the hands of the police. Also on that day hundreds of people were assaulted by police using batons and shields, and thousands were denied the right to move around their city and forced into […]Read more →
â€œFallen soldiersâ€, â€œBaghdadâ€ and â€œrecruitsâ€ are often terms one would associate with the ongoing conflict in Iraq.
Those terms however now seem to have become part of the rocky lives of a section of young people growing up in Britainâ€™s capital city and this is evidenced by the tragic murders of 69 young Londoners aged between […]
As Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) announce quarterly profits of Â£772 million this week, cleaning workers and their supporters will be demonstrating at their London offices on Friday 12th February.
The demonstration is in protest at attacks on workersâ€™ pay and the dismissal of Alberto Durango, the cleanersâ€™ now former shop-steward.
After a long search, we have found a new editor for TMP.
Justin Baidoo is a dynamic grass roots campaigner of the new political generation. He is a former President of Epping Forest College Student Union and a former teacher. In his present day job, he is an IT professional. Commenting on the state of the […]
Dawn Butler, the MP for Brent South,Â has become the first ever elected, female, Black minister in the UK. Prime Minister Gordon Brown appointed her as an Assistant Government Whip in the House of Commons yesterday, replacing Siobhain McDonagh MP who was sacked by Brown after publicly calling for a leadership contest.
Butler, pictured hereÂ in July with […]
Skills Minister, MP for Tottenham and Britainâ€™s most senior elected ethnic minority politician,Â David Lammy,Â has written an article for the New Statesman in which he argues we are failing miserably to provide Britain’s teenage boys with meaningful occupations, worthy role models or hope for the future.
Lammy, pictured above last month with US Democratic Presidential nominee, Sen. […]
US Democratic Presidential nominee, Senator Barack Obama, touches down in London for a whistle stop tour on Saturday.Â He will be meeting with former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, Prime Minister Gordon Brown MP and Leader of the Opposition, David Cameron MP.Read more →
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