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Word Of The Day: Fact – Wikipedia


Fact – Wikipedia A fact is a thing that is known to be consistent with objective reality and can be proven to be true with evidence. For example, “This sentence contains words.” is a linguistic fact, and “The sun is a star.” is a cosmological fact.  — Read more … Continue reading

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Land Law and Legal Definition


Land Law and Legal Definition Sourced from: definitions.uslegal.com The ordinary meaning of the word ‘land’ is that of dry superficies of the earth as distinguished from water or air. As a legal term, land means not merely the dry superficies … Continue reading

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Note From GOV.UK To The Author – New Guidance On #Brexit February 2020


Note From GOV.UK To The Author – New Guidance On #Brexit February 2020 How to get ready for new rules in 2021: Your results What you need to do may change  Subscribe to email updates about changes that may affect … Continue reading

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Equality Act 2010


Equality Act 2010 “Equality Act 2010 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 12 February 2020. There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date.” ~ legislation.gov.uk Introductory … Continue reading

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Read About The Latest Privacy And Civil Rights News


Lawmakers Finally Took Data Privacy Seriously — 2019 Regulatory Roundup Against the Law: Countering Lawful Abuses of Digital Surveillance via Privacy And Civil Rights.      

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Tories Defend The Rich


Tories Defend The Rich Nicked this from a friend whom also.. Nicked this off someone’s page. Quite funny and light hearted, but also poignant. For those of you reciting the ‘Tories defend the rich’ argument, read this. It’s worth it, … Continue reading

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How the Guardian Stitched Up Julian Assange


How the Guardian Stitched Up Julian Assange The sex crime allegations against Assange back into the public consciousness after a lull since they were initially made in early August, 2010, then partly dropped, then reinstated at the end of August. … Continue reading

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THE IMPORTANCE OF CHILD RIGHTS EDUCATION AFTER BREXIT


  THE IMPORTANCE OF CHILD RIGHTS EDUCATION AFTER BREXIT Katy Brown, Project Officer for Child Rights Launchpad, argues in this guest post for the importance of Child Rights Education in a post-Brexit UK. Child Rights Launchpad is a free-to-use education … Continue reading

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Yes, The UK Does Have A Race Problem. And It’s Just As Troubling As America’s


Yes, The UK Does Have A Race Problem. And It’s Just As Troubling As America’s The UK is slowly waking up to the fact that racism exists here and the truth is, we have just as much of a race … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Epstein Was Charged With Sex Trafficking Underage Girls, Including At Least One 14-Year-Old


Jeffrey Epstein Was Charged With Sex Trafficking Underage Girls, Including At Least One 14-Year-Old BuzzFeed News Reporter Donald Trump, Melania Trump, and Jeffrey Epstein at Mar-a-Lago on February 12, 2000. Jeffrey Epstein, a New York billionaire financier whose friends include … Continue reading

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