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Boye and Ram — Murderers in and out of the news

London - A year ago this week, Lerone Boye was given a life sentence for a knife murder. He has been unlawfully at large since last month.

Op-Ed: How trustworthy is ‘Wikipedia’?

‘Wikipedia’ is one of the most popular and indeed one of the most trusted sites on the Internet, but just how trustworthy is it, in particular, how much information does it exclude?

Op-Ed: The police, spying, and Doreen Lawrence

London - Doreen Lawrence is outraged by recent revelations that the police spied on the Stephen Lawrence campaigners, but does the lady protest too much?

Op-Ed: Lakhvinder Reel — The murder that never was

Kingston - In October 1997, an Asian youth fell in the river and drowned. His mother has been unable to accept the prosaic fact that his death was accidental. Now, somebody is playing mind games with her.

Op-Ed: Now Cameron takes on the European Court of Human Rights

Britain's style over substance Prime Minister is yet again doing something meaningful: telling the European Court of Human Rights to keep its nose out of the nation's affairs.

Op-Ed: Empty words from convicted killer Michael Luvaglio

South Hetton - January 4 was the 26th anniversary of the death of Phil Lynott, a man who gave music to the world. It was also the 45th anniversary of the death of a man no one had ever heard of until his body was found slumped in the back of his car.

Op-Ed: After Stephen Lawrence, what about Mark Duggan?

London - It had to happen. The convictions of Gary Dobson and David Norris for the murder of Stephen Lawrence has opened the floodgates, and the lunatics have come out to play.

Op-Ed: November 16 — A bad day for British actors

On average, something like two people worldwide die every second of the day. Some of us die unmourned or even unnoticed. Some are remembered for good reason, or for entirely the wrong one.

Op-Ed: Clarke Pearce (1964-86) - twenty-five years gone, not forgotten

Birmingham - On November 16, 1986, Clarke Pearce was murdered in a Birmingham restaurant; for the next decade and a half and more, his murderer spat on his corpse aided and abetted by a broad coalition of unscrupulous liars.

Op-Ed: Luddites, loonies, and the SWP

According to the Socialist Workers Party, a defence campaign is being launched in Tottenham for those arrested in the riots. What next, a Christmas support group for turkeys?

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