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These schools wouldn’t be good enough for kids in the UK, so stop promoting them overseas


22 November 2017
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“Unsanitary learning conditions”, “unqualified teachers”, “poor quality education”, “unaffordable”. These are just some of the damning terms used to describe schools across Africa run by Bridge International Academies, a private for-profit company that provides ‘low cost’ private education.

How Liam Fox read 60,000 comments on the trade consultation in a few hours


22 November 2017

Liam Fox must be a very fast reader. Superhuman in fact. Because just hours after the ‘consultation’ on the trade white paper closed, the government proposed a new Trade Bill.

The tabloids’ aggressive response to Stop Funding Hate’s Paperchase victory shows they’re feeling the heat


21 November 2017

The last few days have seen the question of advertising in the hate-filled right-wing media back in the news after a partnership between Paperchase and the Daily Mail on Saturday led to a customer backlash.

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Leading opposition MPs have today vowed to amend the Trade Bill when it is given a second reading, at the launch of a 'trade democracy' campaign in parliament.

Campaign group Global Justice Now has warned there are just months to stop ‘TTIP on steroids’ as the latest round of trade talks between the United States and United Kingdom governments begins in London. 

Since her appointment last year, we have repeatedly warned that Priti Patel was unfit to manage the country’s aid programme. She didn’t appear to understand the purpose of aid or even believe in her department’s mission.