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Two lynchings, nearly 60 years apart.

19 June 2014 | Notes

Well England did not disappoint! However it was one of the best England performances I’ve seen for a long time and I’m pleased for Raheem Sterling, who had a great game.

15 June 2014 | In depth

We are just hours away from England’s first group D match. Cameron will be cheering England on, the Sun is cheering England on and from her grave so will Margaret Thatcher. I for one won’t be.

14 June 2014 | In depth

Wandering around the downtown district of Detroit I came across a huge black metal sculpture called ‘The Fist’.

6 June 2014 | In depth

Welcome to our liveblog of the European parliament elections – news and analysis, with a particular focus on the racist far right and fascist parties. Scroll down to see the story as it unfolded.

25 May 2014 | Notes

There is good news for antiracists who hate UKIP in today’s local election results. UKIP’s projected national share of the vote has fallen substantially since last year’s county councils vote, dropping from 23% to 17% now.

23 May 2014 | Notes