The number of honour-based abuse cases rose from 884 in 2016 to 1,599 last year, according to data from 28 constabularies retrieved by the Guardian via Freedom of Information requests and compiled in a report on Sunday. Honour-based abuse (HBA) describes “a collection of practices used to control behaviour within …Read More »
The Taliban are ‘country boys with a code of honour’? Is this really an apt way to describe these cold-eyed killers of women?
Watching the chaos at Kabul International Airport as people of all nationalities try to escape from what they think the Taliban will do to them reminds me of what went through my mind each time I got off my plane after landing there. My one overriding thought was always: whatever …Read More »
Woke-ism run amok or long overdue? UK’s apology for failure to honour non-white WWI soldiers triggers ‘structural racism’ debate
Following its own inquiry, the CWGC said on Thursday that “pervasive racism” and “contemporary imperial attitudes” had resulted in hundreds of thousands of soldiers from World War I not being memorialised by name, or at all. In the House of Commons, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace later echoed that sentiment and tendered a …Read More »
The Duchess has prepared a draft of his garden “Back to nature”. 37-year-old Kate Middleton is already prepared for the Week’s floral fashion in London. The event kicks off on may 21. The Duchess of Cambridge will present a draft of their garden, “Back to nature”. In the garden of …Read More »
The ceremony will take place at Baikove cemetery. Today, may 13, marks the 17th anniversary of the death of the great coach of Dynamo Kiev and USSR national team Valery Vasilyevich Lobanovskiy. Every year on this day at Baikove cemetery in Kiev and the monument to the coach on the …Read More »