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UK-Based Academic Available to Talk About UK Government's Plans to Scrap European Human Rights Act for Their Own Act

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FIFA Must Make Personnel, Revenue Distribution Changes, or Governments Could Intervene - Dr. John Vincent

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Charles/Adams Meeting Needs to Be Seen From Both Perspectives, Argues Dr Kevin Hearty

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Expert Comment: Why Steve Hilton Is Right – by James Dempsey, University of Warwick

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Expert in UK General Election 2015 - Dr Alexandra Kelso, Associate Professor in British Politics at University of Southampton

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Franco Dictatorship Declaration a New Leaf for Spanish Citizens, Politicians, Scholars

The Spanish government's official recognition of the rule of Francisco Franco as a dictatorship opens up new conversations for the nation, its history and its newest generations.

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Report: EU a Global Leader in Consumption of Goods From Illegally Deforested Land Valued at EUR 6 Billion Annually

During 2000-12, an average of one football pitch of forest was illegally cleared every two minutes to supply the EU with beef, leather, palm oil and soy used for groceries, animal feed, leather shoes and biofuels, according to a new study released today. It finds that the Netherlands, Italy, Germany, France and the UK are by far the largest consumers of illegally sourced commodities flowing into the EU, which, as a whole, imports 25% of all soy, 18% of all palm oil, 15% of all beef and 31% of all leather in international trade stemming from illegal tropical forest destruction.