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Violence Tag Archive

11 arrests after counter-protestors crash Newcastle BLM demonstrations

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Muslim Taseer reports on the violent counter-protests by The Defenders of Newcastle....

Black and Blue: Believe me Now?

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Ellie Pidgeon discusses NUSU's anti-domestic violence campaign...

Memory Card: Hotline Miami

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Weirdly, 2012 was an entire eight years ago, and Muslim Taseer is reminiscing about a cult classic from the apocalyptic time....

Shocking number of assaults on North East Ambulance staff

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A survey has found that just over one in three staff members of the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) have personally been victims of physical violence from the patients or...

Violence after Verdict: the escalated problems in Catalonia after separatist leaders’ trial

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On Monday 14th October, the Spanish Supreme Court sentenced leading Catalan politicians and civil activists to between 9 and 13 years in prison. It is with perverse irony that the...

Violence in film – and why Joker (2019) gets it right

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Film sub-editor Elisabetta Pulcini gives us her take on the controversy surrounding the years biggest film....

A Clockwork Orange sequel: Yay or nay?

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Film editor Joe Holloran gives us his thoughts on who should direct potential sequel A Clockwork Condition...

Lars von Trier: Visionary or attention-seeker?

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Film editor Joe Holloran gives us his views on the controversial Danish master....

Pittsburgh Shooting

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As a six-year old, Judah Samet had survived one of the worst nightmares of his life when he survived Bergen-Belsen, a Nazi death camp. So many years later, he had sheer luck to...

NUSU launches campaign to tackle hate crime

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Newcastle University’s Student Union has launched a campaign to tackle issues of hate crime incidents on campus. This comes as part of the “Changing the Culture” project,...