Snaring a UN scapegoat

Over the five years of this government, a toxic mix brewing has ensured that peace talks are buried under concrete as Nicosia adopted a more aggressive tone. It will have us believe

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An election of zero expectations

As the government stumbles along, to avoid making any hard, unpopular decisions, it’s trying to garner maximum credit for any modicum of success achieved in the past decade. It goes without saying

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Justice won’t be served this Christmas

For some people, this Christmas won’t be a jolly jaunt of family gatherings, gift-giving and an exercise in overindulgence. A cost of living crisis, soaring inflation and eye-watering energy bills are enough

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Tales of the unexpected in Qatar

There were self-help guides and online tips on how to get through the days when the World Cup had a rest ahead of the mouth-watering quarter-finals. We didn’t know what to do

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Shock and Awe in Qatar

Politics has left its debris across the World Cup in Qatar like a hurricane in a teacup as football has tried to do the talking. Human rights, diversity and inclusion have been

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