Editor's Desk, New in Ceasefire - Oct 26, 2018 11:01 - Comment

    Comment | ‘He could not breathe’: Remembering Jimmy Mubenga, eight years on

    In October 2010, Jimmy Mubenga, a 46-year-old father of five, died on a British Airways plane at Heathrow after being restrained violently by G4S guards. Eight years on, his death continues to speak volumes about structural injustice, institutional racism, and state and corporate impunity.

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    Ideas, New in Ceasefire - Oct 5, 2018 12:04 - Comment

    Analysis | The far right is no longer a marginal force in British politics

    The ideological flirtation of establishment figures, from Michael Gove to Boris Johnson, with the far right is a sign the latter is no longer a marginal force in British politics, argues Paul Stocker, author of ‘English Uprising’.

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    New in Ceasefire, Politics - Oct 20, 2018 0:00 - Comment

    Comment | After Khashoggi: This toxic UK-Saudi relationship cannot continue

    For decades, successive UK governments have fuelled, armed and enabled a terrible regime to continue its authoritarian rule over Saudi Arabia. It shouldn’t take the disappearance and death of a journalist for UK politicians to realise this must end, writes Andrew Smith.

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    Features, Interviews, New in Ceasefire - Aug 27, 2018 22:55 - Comment

    Interview | Elsa Lefort: “The fate of my husband, Salah Hamouri, does not matter to our leaders”

    A year ago this week, Salah Hamouri, a well-known French-Palestinian human rights activist was arrested in a pre-dawn raid by Israeli soldiers at his home in occupied East Jerusalem. He has been in indefinite detention ever since. Sawsan Bastawy speaks to his wife, Elsa Lefort, about her anger at the French government’s indifference and her steadfast optimism for the future.

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    Columns, In Theory, New in Ceasefire - Dec 12, 2018 20:20 - Comment

    An A to Z of Theory | Hakim Bey: The Temporary Autonomous Zone

    In the latest in his essay series on Hakim Bey’s work, Andrew Robinson examines Bey’s best known concept: the Temporary Autonomous Zone, TAZ.

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    Arts & Culture, New in Ceasefire, Theatre - Oct 25, 2018 17:48 - Comment

    Theatre | Review | The Shroud Maker: Lives and death in Palestine

    In the Shroud Maker, Palestinian playwright Ahmed Masoud brings a welcome dose of gallows humour to the most tragic of canvasses, writes Christa Blackmon.

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