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Groundswell of support to free Julian Assange around February extradition hearing

Event in support of Julian Assange (Barcelona, 24 February 2020) – Photo courtesy of Assemblea Nacional Catalana Flickr account (CC BY-NC 2.0) Wikileaks’ founder Julian...

An interview with Roger Robinson, winner of the 2019 T.S. Eliot Prize in poetry

2019 T.S. Eliot Prize for Poetry winner Roger Robinson. Photo by Naomi Woodis, used with permission. On January 13, 2020, Trinidadian-British poet Roger Robinson won the T.S....

Parody song remembers Eastern European fighters in WWII’s Battle of Britain

Collage of portrait photos of RAF pilots Josef František, Stanislav Fejfar and Douglas Bader. Public Domain, via Wikipedia. The British education TV series “Horrible Histories” by...

Pseudoscientific racial theories by discredited British psychologist keep going viral in the Balkans

Illustration of fact-check report “The IQ is OK, but journalist standards are at low level,” by Crithink.mk. CC BY. This story is based on two different...

Dear European Commission: Don’t let political parties use our data to manipulate the vote

“Propaganda” by Pawel Kuczynski. Image used with permission of the artist. This opinion article was written by Valentina Pavel, a Mozilla Fellow at Privacy International...

The repatriation of African artifacts to countries of origin is tricky business

Screenshot of the French news channel TV5 Monde with Bénédicte Savoy and Felwine Sarr, two professors who are leading the conversation on repatriation of African...

Why Bahrain’s ‘torture prince’ can still visit the U.K. despite calls for his arrest

Screenshot from video ‘Sheikh Nasser Bin Hamad al-Khalifa’, YouTube. Source. In recent months, the United Kingdom's relationship with its Gulf allies leapt into the spotlight...

DigiGlot Newsletter: Welsh-language rock music finds a place on streaming music platforms

“Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch” is the name of a village in Wales and is also the place with the longest name in Europe, as seen as a...

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Mumbles Sea Defence – Have your say!

Swansea Council are in the process of strengthening the sea defences around Mumbles and require input from the public to help in the project. The...

Coed Gwylym Park receives £89,000 to build a new club house

From Coed Gwylym Park: We have just received some fantastic news that we are delighted to share with you. The National Lottery Community Fund have...

Mayhill Riots

Following a vigil for a local man, fireworks were thrown and hundreds of people joined in violence in the Mayhill area. Ethan Powell who...

Oystermouth Castle conservation work

Contractors are preparing to move on site to carry out crucial conservation work to help preserve one of Swansea's most historic landmarks. Specialists will be...

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