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    Jeremy Corbyn defends Shamima Begum's right to legal aid

    10:35, April 15 29 0

    Jeremy Corbyn has joined lawyers and human rights groups in defending the right of Shamima Begum to be granted legal aid so that the east London teenager can challenge the decision to remove her UK citizenship.
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    Why is the left blinkered to claims about Assange and sexual assault?

    01:05, April 15 48 0

    In case you’ve forgotten, or have been confused by politicians who failed to mention it, let me remind you why I believe Julian Assange was in the Ecuadorian embassy for seven years before he was ejected and arrested last week. I don’t believe it was for being a journalist or a truth-teller to power, and it wasn’t for releasing evidence of America’s war crimes. He was in the embassy because, in 2010, Sweden issued an international arrest warrant so that he may answer allegations of sexual assault and rape. Assange would not accept extradition, jumped bail in the UK and absconded.
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    Lula, like all Brazilians, faced a fair trial

    13:28, April 14 29 0

    The letter (11 April) from a group of MPs and other political figures claiming that former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is a “political prisoner” is not only offensive to a democratic country and its institutions, but also completely ignorant of the facts of the case.
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    Assange's indictment is Trump's next step in his war on press freedom

    06:02, April 13 42 0

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is so disliked in journalism and political circles that many reporters and liberal politicians were publicly cheering on Thursday when the Trump administration released an indictment of Assange, which was related to his interactions with whistleblower Chelsea Manning in the months leading up to the publication of Pentagon and state department cables in 2010.
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    Council tax debts soar 40% in six years

    15:36, April 12 49 0

    Council tax debts have soared by nearly 40% in six years, Guardian research has found, with charities warning these arrears now rival credit card debts as their biggest concern.