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The Charity Awards

I’m honoured to be invited to present an award at the Charity Awards 2015 on 18th June in London. https://lnkd.in/ec-m3HH As a recipient of scholarships, I’m grateful for the ability to train as a barrister. Accordingly, I devo te 1/3 of my professional time to charitable causes, boards and volunteering in my community. I’m now looking for […]

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Sophia’s Shortlists

Labour Leaders Timetable: the nominations open on Tuesday 9 June and close on Monday 15 June. The ballot papers will be sent on 14 August and there will be a Special Conference to announce the Labour Leader on 12 September. Hustings – two days later on Wednesday 17 June. This allows all the candidates, who […]

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The Queen’s Speech – Too Fast Too Furious

We can only imagine what would have happened if Labour had won the election. But, David’s driving now, and Ed’s not even in the car. Ed is waiting at the bus stop waiting to catch a bus back to the backbenches, whilst David’s just driven through a puddle, splashing him. What would the Queen’s speech […]

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Book Sophia for consultancy work

Book Sophia for consultancy work

The ability to effectively present yourself for social, broadcast and print media requires pinpoint advocacy. What is advocacy? Advocacy is the ability to persuade an audience and to maintain an argument and deliver your opinion. Now, a camera, a video and a presentation is a daily occurrence for high-level executives. What does it take to […]

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Putin, Literature and the Freedom of Speech

Putin, Literature and the Freedom of Speech

The most commonly quoted call for a remote political kill is found, not in the popular spy thriller, The Bourne Identity rather, the best quote is found in British history lessons and Christian churches. It is the call for assassins, with Henry II’s apocryphal whine, “Will no one rid me of this troublesome priest?” Apparently, […]

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Ukip's Rozanne Duncan might not like 'negroid features', but we shouldn't call her racist

Ukip’s Rozanne Duncan might not like ‘negroid features’, but we shouldn’t call her racist

Is Rozanne Duncan, the ex-UKIP councillor who made “jawdropping” remarks during the BBC’s “Meet The Ukippers”, actually racist? In her own words, she has an implacable hostility problem with “negroes” and negroid features. So far so prejudiced, I’m sure many of you will say. However, in my opinion, as a “Negress” with classic “negroid” features […]

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