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US Election

Tomorrow is the 2020 US election. Haven’t been following this election with the same intensity as I did in 2016 because my time has been occupied with other things but have been following the polls closely. Suffice to say, I was devastated by 2016’s result. It was quite an experience to stay up all through […]

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Speak Out

This week we remember George Floyd and Iyad al-Hallak both killed due to racism and hate. Such incidents are sadly no deviation, both the US & Israel have been inflicting injustice on these communities with impunity for much too long. The Black Lives Matter movement has had my unwavering support since its welcome emergence in […]

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Legalise and Destigmatise

Image source Ireland goes to the polls this week to vote on whether to repeal the 8th amendment, one of the most controversial pieces of the Irish constitution. Just three years after voting to legalise gay marriage, Ireland has another opportunity to strike a crushing blow against the regressive forces that want to keep the […]

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Top Of The World

Image source The mark of a great champion isn’t merely an ability to win, but the ability to overcome adversity. With his victory on Sunday at the Open, Justin Spieth displayed that ability in abundance. Spieth’s victory comes 15 months after his calamitous loss at the Masters where he squandered a 5 shot lead, which […]

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Jez We Can

Image source This was supposed to be a foregone conclusion, a landslide win for Theresa May and a drubbing for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour. But when the exit poll was released at 10 pm on Thursday evening it sent shockwaves throughout the British establishment that reverberated around the world. Yes, Corbyn didn’t win and yes the […]