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France in Focus.

Fatema Miah: Democracy is a compulsory  system, not just a mere voting in an election. Democracy is an ideology it entails freedom of voice, freedom of choice, eligibility of rights.  UK a lead example of diversity must tell France to make an amendment of democracy standard of politically correct system in their law and order for the benefit of all. ...

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Human exploration and eventually benefit life on Earth

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Planet Patrol is a collaboration between NASA, the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, and Zooniverse, a collaboration of scientists, software developers, and educators who collectively develop and manage citizen science projects on the internet. It is funded by the Sellers Exoplanet Environments Collaboration at NASA’s Goddard Space ...

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New era of ‘People Power’ in Newham to boost democracy and participation, Referendum planned for next May on future governance

  Plans to accelerate participatory democracy through people power in Newham, and a referendum which could change how the borough is governed for the first time in a generation, were passed last night (Wednesday 21 October) by Newham Council. The proposals – in line with Mayor Rokhsana Fiaz’s manifesto commitment to extend democracy, transparency and accountability and hold a referendum ...

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Covid-19 Volunteer Hub gets extra year’s funding

  The Covid-19 Volunteer Hub in Tower Hamlets was given the green light and funding to continue operating for another year at yesterday’s Cabinet meeting (Wednesday 21 October 2020). The hub, which is funded by Tower Hamlets Council and run by Volunteer Centre Tower Hamlets (VCTH), has been instrumental in delivering support to vulnerable residents since the pandemic began in ...

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Brexit: UK ‘ready to welcome EU’ to continue trade talks

  The UK is “ready to welcome the EU team” to continue negotiations over a post-Brexit trade deal, says No 10. The two sides’ chief negotiators, Lord David Frost and Michel Barnier, spoke on the phone earlier after talks stalled last week. After the conversation, Downing Street said the pair had “jointly agreed a set of principles for handling this ...

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Mayor Biggs calls on Home Secretary to apologise for immigration rhetoric

  The Mayor of Tower Hamlets John Biggs has called on the Home Secretary Priti Patel to apologise for her “inhumane” immigration proposals and her rhetoric over the treatment of refugees. Home Office documents, leaked earlier this month, revealed that the Home Secretary and officials are looking into options for ‘processing’ asylum seekers offshore, including on islands in the South ...

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France; authorities plying ugly provoking game of – singling out

  Fatema Miah:   I advocate for freedom of speech and I strongly stand against oppression of rights of freedom of expressing, while I strongly disapprove attacks of reactionsm,  however, France our neighbouring country and one of among the strongest European Countries is playing ill, surely its politically incorrect for honouring hate, and allowing business of provocation against a faith ...

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Brexit is a concern matter cannot be ignored

Fatema Miah: Brexit is a  vital factor for UK and its negotiation process and dealing must be given highly attention   by Brits for everyone’s well beings concern. The COVID-19 taken whole   focus out of everything else to only the pandemic itself. Referring to Ryhan Ahmad Topadar on Brexit article, Thank you for sharing  your thoughts on Brexit. Indeed Toffee baking ...

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