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Ten years after the English riots, the government is still in denial about racism | Chloe Peacock
As in 2011, anti-racist protests are being criminalised – while nothing is done to address injustices for black communities, says researcher Chloe Peacock

Chloe Peacock

12, Aug, 2021 @12:05 PM

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We're fighting to show what urban development for people, not profit, can look like | Carlos Burgos, Victoria Alvarez and Myfanwy Taylor
Our campaign has rescued a vital community hub from the hands of developers, say three trustees of the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust

Carlos Burgos, Victoria Alvarez and Myfanwy Taylor

11, Aug, 2021 @11:30 AM

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Why did it take years to appreciate the grievances that sparked the 2011 riots? | Stephen Reicher
The media and politicians consistently blame the madness of crowds, says psychologist Stephen Reicher

Stephen Reicher

06, Aug, 2021 @10:09 AM

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A decade after the riots, so little has been learned
Letters: Keith Flett on enduring anger at a system that delivers for the few, Prof Joe Sim on punitive retribution, and Andy Stelman on lessons unlearned


03, Aug, 2021 @4:38 PM

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‘The Mark Duggan case was a catalyst’: the 2011 England riots 10 years on
Key voices reflect on events that sparked civil unrest affecting a generation of young people

Aamna Mohdin and Jessica Murray

30, Jul, 2021 @1:21 PM

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A decade after Tottenham burned, social alienation means riots could happen again | David Lammy
Tory governments have ignored recommendations on family support, youth unemployment and police relations, says David Lammy, Labour MP for Tottenham

David Lammy

30, Jul, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Mark Duggan’s family: police ‘lack courage’ to reopen investigation
Forensic report claims IPCC’s version of events implausible, but Met police refuse to reinvestigate 2011 shooting

Haroon Siddique Legal affairs correspondent

28, May, 2021 @1:22 PM

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Tottenham protest marks anniversary of Mark Duggan's death
Action supported by Black Lives Matter calls for end to ‘institutionally racist policing’

Diane Taylor

08, Aug, 2020 @3:06 PM

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The death of Jermaine Baker, the IOPC and police accountability
Letters: The Independent Office for Police Conduct’s regional director for London, Sal Naseem, on its forthcoming appeal court case connected to the fatal shooting of Jermaine Baker by a police officer in London in 2015


19, Jun, 2020 @12:19 PM

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The Rev Paul Nicolson – a campaigning life in letters
‘Rev Paul’, who died this month, wrote thousands of letters to newspapers campaigning against poverty. Many of them are republished below. Today, as his funeral takes place, many people will celebrate his life online with the hashtag #RevPaul

30, Mar, 2020 @11:51 AM

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Tottenham gas works to transform into Drumsheds mega-venue
Industrial warehouse site with space for 40,000 people – and no worries about disturbing neighbours – could open this summer with Field Day festival

Lisa Henderson

09, Apr, 2019 @9:00 AM

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Tottenham Hotspur station is a bad idea | Brief letters
Brief letters: White Hart Lane | A hug that said it all | Car-free rambles | Solar power | Breakup songs | Brexit Brel


18, Mar, 2019 @7:20 PM

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