Trust chief executive David Delew welcomed increases in crime reporting, but said the figures caused „anxiety


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Anti-Semitic incidents in UK see sharp rise, figures suggest

  • 30 July 2015
  • From the section UK
Police and locals in Stamford Hill
Figures suggest 473 anti-semitic incidents were recorded from January to June this year

The number of reported anti-Semitic incidents in the UK has increased by more than 50%, figures released by a charity have suggested.

There were 473 recorded anti-Semitic incidents between January and June this year, a 53% rise from 2014, according to the Community Security Trust.

Trust chief executive David Delew welcomed increases in crime reporting, but said the figures caused „anxiety“.

Home Secretary Theresa May said anti-Semitism had „no place in Britain“.

The CST – a charity that monitors anti-Semitism – said the 473 recorded incidents included 44 violent assaults and two involving „extreme violence“. … http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-33713259

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BIRMA Releases Almost 7,000 Prisoners in Holiday Pardon


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Chinese nationals, who were jailed for illegal logging, walk out of Myitkyina prison after being released during an amnesty in Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin State, north of Myanmar, July 30, 2015. Myanmar freed some political prisoners and 155 Chinese citizens jailed for illegal logging in an amnesty for nearly 7,000 people on Thursday, a move that could ease diplomatic tensions with influential neighbour China. A total of 6,966 prisoners were pardoned including the Chinese citizens held in Kachin state, of which 153 were given life sentences last week that prompted a diplomatic protest by an "extremely concerned" China. REUTERS/Stringer - RTX1MDYY Chinese nationals, who were jailed for illegal logging, walk out of Myitkyina prison after being released during an amnesty in Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin State, north of Myanmar, July 30, 2015. Myanmar freed some political prisoners and 155 Chinese citizens jailed for illegal logging in an amnesty for nearly 7,000 people on Thursday, a move that could ease diplomatic tensions with influential neighbour China. A total of 6,966 prisoners were pardoned including the Chinese citizens held in Kachin state, of which 153 were given life sentences last week that prompted a diplomatic protest by an „extremely concerned“ China. REUTERS/Stringer – RTX1MDYY

Burma Releases Almost 7,000 Prisoners in Holiday Pard

Reuters Chinese nationals, who were jailed for illegal logging, walk out of Myitkyina prison after being released during an amnesty in Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin State, north of Burma, July 30, 2015

Among them, Chinese loggers, former military officials…

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It is NOW Time to Leave the Cities! September 2015


It is NOW Time to Leave the Cities! September 2015.

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Financial struggle is often the direct result of people working all their lives for someone else
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It is NOW Time to Leave the Cities! September 2015

 
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France and the UK are on the edge of Kafkaesque surveillance


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Surveillance laws being debated around the world should avoid the recent fate of the French – and the scorn of Franz Kafka

The problem of our laws, wrote Kafka, is that they can involve arbitrary, secretive acts on the part of elites. The law, on this view, has “brought only slight, more or less accidental benefits, and done a great deal of serious harm, since it has given the people a false sense of security towards coming events, and left them helplessly exposed”.

“We live”, Kafka concluded, “on the razor’s edge”.

Most would find Kafka’s parable, published in 1931, a mischaracterisation of the rule of law. In democracies with a separation of powers, there are checks and balances between legislative, executive and judicial branches of government. There is transparency, rigour and reason, rather than secrecy. There is accountability and oversight.

Or so we would hope.

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