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Should health workers work with counter terrorism agencies?

NHS staff pulled into counter-terrorism programs, raising alarms over patient care and professional ethics

London calls on incoming Labour government to end Israel’s genocide in Gaza

July 6 was the 16th national march which took place in London since the genocide in Gaza began on October 7.

Jeremy Corbyn wins Islington North as independent; Labour secures victory in general election

Labour secures landslide victory in UK general election, but triumph marred by centrist program and stance on Gaza

Labour Party set to win the UK election, but what does this mean for the people?

All polls indicate an unprecedented victory for Keir Starmer’s Labour in the upcoming election, but questions remain about what will happen next

Julian Assange is free

The Wikileaks co-founder reached a plea deal with the US Department of Justice which will reportedly spare him of any additional prison time

Right-wing British outlet faces backlash over claims that Beirut airport is used by Hezbollah

The Telegraph, a right-wing British paper, published a piece alleging that Hezbollah has been storing Iranian arms at the Beirut airport

Human rights defenders demand shut down of detention center in the UK

The Derwentside Immigration Removal Centre since its opening in December 2021 has been a site of regular protests demanding its shut down.

The dangers of blood as a commodity

A recent inquiry revealed that commercial blood transfusions infected 33,000 Britons with HIV and Hepatitis C, a risk that Brazil overcame with the Henfil Law and Hemobrás – risks which may return with the proposed Plasma PEC

Starmer’s Labour purges left-wing members ahead of election

The Labour Party is dropping left-wing candidates ahead of the July election, anticipating an easy win

Tens of thousands infected with Hepatitis C and HIV in UK blood contamination scandal

The results of an inquiry confirmed that around 30,000 people in the United Kingdom received Hepatitis C and HIV-infected transfusions between 1970 and 1991

Early election declared by Sunak: UK to vote on July 4

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has called for a general election on July 4, with Labour leading the Tories in the polls

Hundreds of thousands march in London to commemorate Nakba day

The protesters demanded an immediate ceasefire, restoration of full aid and an end to the embargo on Gaza.