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  • 2 months 32 Kenyans died in Ethiopian Airlines jet crash The-Star
    A total of 32 Kenyans and nine Ethiopians were among those killed in the Sunday morning Ethiopian Airlines plane crash. Transport CS James Macharia said there were people from at least five countries in the jet, with Kenya being the most affected. Others are 18 Canadians, eight Chinese, eight Italians, eight Americans, ... more
  • 2 months KQ defends partnership plan with Kenya Airports Authority The-Star
    Kenya Airways has denied claims it rushed into a deal to take over management of the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport without proper consultation.The national carrier, in efforts to clarify pending issues over the proposed partnership, said KQ and Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) followed the mode of engagement outlined by the ... more
  • 2 months Ethiopian Airlines jet crashes on way to Kenya The-Star
    An Ethiopian Airlines aircraft that was Nairobi-bound crashed on Sunday, six minutes after take off.The Boeing 737 passenger jet is said to have had 149 passengers with eight crew on board.Ethiopian Prime Minister  Abiy Ahmed has sent his condolences to the families.On his Twitter page, he said, “The Office of the PM, ... more
  • 2 months All 157 people aboard Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines jet confirmed dead The-Star
    All 149 passengers and eight crew on board an Ethiopian Airlines jet that crashed on Sunday morning have been confirmed dead. The jet, which was Nairobi-bound, crashed six minutes after take off. The Ethiopian Airlines Corporate Communications Director Asrat Begashaw said there were 33 nationalities on board, and ... more
  • 2 months Tell detectives what you know about Kimwarer, Arror dams, Orengo tells Ruto The-Star
    Siaya Senator James Orengo has vowed to push Deputy President William Ruto to record a statement over the Kimwarer and Arror dams issue.Orengo said Ruto seems to have more information because he insists only Sh7 billion rather than Sh21 billion has been accounted for."If the President doesn't make Ruto record ... more
  • 2 months Venezuela’s Maduro thanks military for defeating ‘coup’ The-Star
    Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has praised the armed forces for staying loyal to him and defeating a "coup" led by the US and opposition leader Juan Guaidó. During a rally, Mr Maduro also blamed Venezuela's widespread power cuts on "cyber attacks" by the opposition. His remarks came during a day of protests ... more
  • 2 months IS brides: Two more mothers ‘stripped of UK citizenship’ The-Star
    Two more women from the UK who are being held in Syrian camps with their young children have been stripped of their citizenship, a report says. It comes after the death in a Syrian camp of the baby son of Shamima Begum, who left London to join Islamic State and had ... more
  • 2 months If you’re tired with Ruto, face him and tell him rather coming through backdoor-Rift leaders tell Uhuru The-Star
    A section of Jubilee leaders from the Rift valley have now asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to come clear and declare his stand if he no longer need his Deputy William Ruto in government rather than using a backdoor to frustrate him.The leaders pointed out that the current happening in the ... more
  • 2 months I earn Sh2.7 million per month and not Sh8 million as circulated on social media, KQ CEO MIkosz says The-Star
    Kenya Airway chief executive Sebastian Mikosz has dismissed information circulating in the social media that the national carrier is dominated by foreign employees and consultants who are paid outrageously high salaries. In a memo to the KQ staff, Mikoz said that out of the 3,000 employees of the company only ... more
  • 2 months Pokot women call for gender equity, crackdown on FGM The-Star
    Gender equality remains a pipe dream, Pokot women from Baringo, Tiaty subcounty, have said.They urged the government to crack down on retrogressive practices in the region including FGM, early marriage and cattle rustling."It is unfortunate that in this century, the majority of our Pokot women and girls are still being ... more
  • 2 months Kilimani mum seeks help to find missing daughter The-Star
    A family in Kilimani is in agony after their daughter went missing on Friday evening.According to her mother, 11-year-old Larissa Michelle was last seen at the Kilimani Primary School playground.She was wearing her school uniform - a blue cardigan and checked blue and white dress. Her mother can be reached on ... more
  • 2 months [VIDEO] Jumwa doesn’t need your permission to support me – Ruto tells off Raila The-Star
    Deputy President William Ruto has hit out at ODM party leader Raila Odinga over the expulsion of Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa. Ruto accused Raila of political deceit, trying to create a rift in Jubilee Party and arbitrarily expelling members from ODM. Speaking in Jaribuni on Saturday during a ... more
  • 2 months Jumwa doesn’t need your permission to support me – Ruto tells off Raila The-Star
    Deputy President William Ruto has hit out at ODM party leader Raila Odinga over the expulsion of Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa.Ruto accused Raila of political deceit, trying to create a rift in Jubilee Party and arbitrarily expelling members from ODM.Speaking in Jaribuni on Saturday during a fundraising in aid of ... more
  • 2 months Nanok urges national government, NGOs to donate relief food as drought hits Turkana The-Star
    Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok has urged the national government and humanitarian organisations to supply relief food to mitigate the effects of drought.A report by the National Drought Management Agency (NDMA) shows most parts of Turkana county are experiencing drought.National Drought Management Agency’s had early Warned of possible drought in the ... more
  • 2 months Samburu school caught up in row over ownership of two acres The-Star
    The National Land Commission has been called upon to intervene following a row between Lmutaro Primary School and the neighbouring community over the ownership of two acres.This comes after elders, the county government and local administration failed to amicably solve the land issue. A section of the 8.7 acre piece of ... more
  • 2 months Keep off Kimwarer, Arror dams issue and let DCI do its work, Mbadi tells Ruto The-Star
    National Assembly minority leader John Mbadi has urged Deputy President William Ruto to stop defending government officials accused of graft.He said the recent claims by Ruto that only Sh7 billion had been utilised in construction of Kimwarer and Arror dams in  Elgeyo Marakwet implies that he defends government officials who ... more
  • 2 months I’m now in the Super League, have no time for small-time politics – Raila The-Star
    Opposition leader Raila Odinga has said the war on corruption is not targeting individuals.He said neither he nor President Uhuru Kenyatta, who are spearheading the fight on corruption, are seeking personal gain.“Uhuru wanted to leave a legacy and I told him the way things are going, there will be no ... more
  • 2 months Kajiado farmer counting losses after leopards kill entire flock of 15 sheep The-Star
    Leopards attacked and killed 15 sheep in Kajiado West subcounty on Saturday morning. Julius Kinayia, the owner, said the sheep were all he had planned to sell them to raise money to buy a grade cow for milk.Kinaiya said he went to check on his sheep at 4am, only to find ... more
  • 2 months Big Four agenda will collapse if Kenya does not deal with graft – Kalonzo The-Star
    Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has called on elected leaders to support the onslaught against corruption by adhering to Chapter Six of the Constitution.He said the legislation which requires leaders to uphold integrity and resist the temptation to enrich themselves with public funds will help win the war on corruption.“If we ... more
  • 2 months Support Raila if you want, but don’t target Kalenjins, Rift legislators tell Uhuru The-Star
    Five Jubilee legislators from Elgeyo Marakwet county have accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of targeting the Kalenjin community in the ongoing war on graft in a bid to stop Deputy President William Ruto from succeeding him in 2022.They are Marakwet East MP Kangogo Bowen, Keiyo South's Daniel Rono, Marakwet West's William Kisang, ... more
  • 2 months War on plastic bags being slowed down by porous borders – Nema boss Wakhungu The-Star
    A multi-agency approach is needed to stop the smuggling of plastic bags across borders, Nema director general Geoffrey Wakhungu has said.On Friday, he said it did not make sense for the authorities to keep chasing after traders and hawkers using plastic bags yet more were being sneaked into the country ... more
  • 2 months Sonko replaces ‘ridiculous’ lion statue after being roasted by KOT The-Star
    In a move seen as bowing to pressure after an online uproar, Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko on Friday night replaced the lion statue on the University Way roundabout with a better one.On Wednesday, Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) said the previous statue was poorly sculptured and served to bring ridicule to ... more
  • 2 months Sonko reworks ‘ridiculous’ lion statue after being roasted by KOT The-Star
    In a move seen as bowing to pressure after an online uproar, Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko on Friday night reworked the lion statue on the University Way roundabout.On Wednesday, Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) said the previous statue was poorly sculptured and served to bring ridicule to the city other than ... more
  • 2 months Kilifi women stand by Jumwa, urge ODM to rescind expulsion decision The-Star
    A group of women from Kilifi county on Friday expressed their displeasure over Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa's expulsion from ODM. The county celebrated International Women's Day at Ganze trading centre. Nominated senator Christine Zawadi said Jumwa's expulsion was an affront to women. “I am not a member of ODM, but ... more
  • 2 months North Korea ‘preparing rocket launch’, images suggest The-Star
    Satellite images of a facility near Pyongyang suggest that North Korea may be preparing to launch a missile or a satellite. The increase in activity is around a site known as Sanumdong, where North Korea assembled most of its ballistic missiles and rockets. It comes after reports earlier this week that North ... more
  • 2 months Ruto converts his private Karen home into hotel The-Star
    Deputy President William Ruto has converted his private Karen home into an hotel pointing to interest the DP in the multi-million  hotel industry in Kenya.According to sources, the hotel is the branch of Weston hotel situated on Langata Road and is said to provide the 5 star services to top ... more
  • 2 months Ruto converts his private Karen home into hotel The-Star
    Deputy President William Ruto has converted his private Karen home into an hotel pointing to interest the DP in the multi-million  hotel industry in Kenya.According to sources, the hotel is the branch of Weston hotel situated on Langata Road and is said to provide the 5 star services to top ... more
  • 2 months Why Uhuru’s Big Four are likely to fail — Budget Office explains The-Star
    President Uhuru Kenyatta’s legacy projects are not attainable, Parliament has concluded. The verdict is likely to leave his economic advisers racking their brains for answers. The President hopes to roll out four key programmes – Universal Healthcare, affordable housing, manufacturing and food security. But Parliament's Budget office warns that the ... more
  • 2 months DCI to summon 3 more CSs as dams probe widens The-Star
    Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti is widening his net as he seeks to find out what happened to the money meant for two unbuilt dams in Rift Valley.The DCI wants to interrogate Cabinet Secretaries Eugene Wamalwa (Devolution) Simon Chelgui (Water) and Mwangi Kiunjuri (Agriculture) regarding the Kimwarer and Arror ... more
  • 2 months How handshake has changed Kenya’s political landscape The-Star
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  • 2 months Kenya negotiating AGOA extension despite low exports The-Star
    The government is negotiating for a post Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) initiative to grow exports to US.AGOA was enacted in May 2000 and now has seven years to 2025 after its renewal, under which the country is to export duty-free products.This follows a similar action by State Department ... more
  • 2 months High production costs dampen efforts to realise Big Four Agenda The-Star
    Government’s Big Four Agenda will remain a pipe dream if the cost of doing business and increased cases of corruption are not dealt with.“If we are not competitive in our manufacturing agenda, the pillars of the Big Four Agenda begin to crumble so we must address competitiveness to experience economic ... more
  • 2 months Air France increases weekly Nairobi flights to meet tourism demand The-Star
    French national carrier Air France is set to launch two additional weekly flights to Nairobi beginning April 1.The increased flights between Charles de Gaulle Airport and Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is part of the airline’s strategy to expand its African network.Air France last year resumed flights to Nairobi after an ... more
  • 2 months Costly projects hurting economic growth rate The-Star
    Increased government spending on development projects may stagnate Kenya’s GDP growth moving forward, a report has found.“It should be noted that development projects especially if funded through debt have to be carefully selected to ensure that the economic returns outweigh the cost,” the Budget Options for 2019/20 and the Medium ... more
  • 2 months Parliament’s failure to pass gender rule setback for women leaders, says lobby The-Star
    The Institute of Human Resource Management has expressed its concern over failure by Parliament to enact the two-thirds gender rule saying it is a set back for women leadership.As the world marked International Women’s Day yesterday, the institute said gains made in enlightening the girl child could be rolled back ... more
  • 2 months Heads want feeding programme for day secondary schools to increase transition The-Star
    Secondary school heads want the government to extend the school feeding programme to cover day secondary schools even as the programme fights for its survival in primary school.A budget policy document by the Treasury ministry reveals the programme suffered a slash of Sh500 million with the government allocating Sh1.6 billion ... more
  • 2 months Counties spend more on salary, not growth The-Star
    County governments are still spending more on salaries and personal benefits, leaving little for development.During the 6th Devolution Conference that ended on Thursday in Kirinyaga, governors were put on the spot over pumping most of the county cash to maintain vehicles and pay salaries. President Uhuru Kenyatta slammed county chiefs ... more
  • 2 months Court blocks state from taking over Ekeza Sacco The-Star
    The state has been temporarily barred from taking over the management of embattled Ekeza Sacco.Eleven members of ... more
  • 2 months Prophet Owuor’s supporters attack the Star over exposé The-Star
    Prophet Owuor's supporters on Friday took to Twitter to protest what they termed as blackmail and defamation of the "mightiest prophet of God" by the Star. This follows a series of exclusive pieces by the Star this week highlighting of how Owuor has been living a princely lifestyle financed through ... more
  • 2 months Relief for cane farmers as State begins Sh2.6b debt repayment The-Star
    Sugarcane farmers have started receiving their arrears owed to them by the state-owned sugar millers.During last year’s Mashujaa Day celebrations in Kakamega President Uhuru Kenyatta directed Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri and his treasury counterpart Henry Rotich to audit farmers and ensure they are paid their arrears amounting to Sh2.6 billion.On ... more
  • 2 months DPP Haji extends probe into four other dams, declares heads will roll The-Star
    The Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji has given the clearest signal yet that heads will roll in the Sh21 billion dam scandals even as it emerged the probe targets four fresh dams.In a statement that sent panic across government, Haji described graft evidence emerging in the construction of the ... more
  • 2 months Africa promises to accelerate progress toward UHC as Kigali meeting ends The-Star
    Countries in Africa have committed to strengthen their health systems and address health inequities.In a communiqué, they also pledged to support community health and ensure universal access to immunisation to drive progress on Universal Health Coverage in their countries. The communiqué was released at the end of the three-day Africa Health ... more
  • 2 months All roads lead to Kitui for Chapa Dimba na Safaricom this Saturday The-Star -Sports
    It's the penultimate stage of the The Chapa Dimba na Safaricom Youth Tournament in the Eastern Region as the finals are set to be played on Saturday, March 9, and Sunday, March 10, 2019, at the Kitui Showgrounds in Kitui county.Eight teams including four girls’ teams (Karugwa Girls’ from Meru ... more
  • 2 months Stop witch hunting and respect Ruto, Nairobi Jubilee MCAs tell Raila The-Star
    Nairobi County Assembly Jubilee MCAs have expressed their displeasure with ODM leader Raila Odinga's attacks towards Deputy President William Ruto. Led by Waithaka MCA Antony Kiragu, the legislators on Friday termed the accusations made by Raila at the recent Devolution Conference in Kirinyaga county as immature and uncalled for. Speaking ... more
  • 2 months Court bars appointment of new Ekeza Sacco management The-Star
    The Commissioner of Co-operative Development has been temporarily barred by a Nairobi court from installing a new management committee at Ekeza Sacco Ltd.Senior Resident Magistrate M. Murage on Friday ordered that the current management should stay in office until the case is heard and determined.The ruling comes after 11 Sacco ... more
  • 2 months Migori residents skip burial of six lynched in revenge ‘witchcraft’ attack The-Star
    Nyangau villagers in Rongo sub county skipped the mass burial of six people who were lynched in a homestead of a man said to practise witchcraft.Rongo deputy police boss Boaz Magabi said Friday's funeral was boycotted by most villagers for fear of being arrested by police who are still investigating the ... more
  • 2 months Resign if you can’t fight corruption, rights group tells Uhuru The-Star
    President Uhuru Kenyatta should resign if he cannot competently combat corruption, human rights activists under ‘Kenyans for Goodwill’ have said.The group said at least two cabinet secretaries in Uhuru's government have been implicated in mega scandals and are still in office.Treasury CS Henry Rotich and Tourism’s Najib Balala were named as ... more
  • 2 months AP officer shoots dead man after argument over woman in Elgeyo Marakwet The-Star
    An Administration Police Sergeant has been arrested after he shot dead a man during a quarrel over a woman at Flax market in Elgeyo Marakwet county on Thursday night.The incident occurred outside a pub where the officer used his gun during a confrontation where the deceased and several other people ... more
  • 2 months Don’t drink Kenya’s tap water, it’s unsafe – study The-Star
    Kenya is among the countries identified as having unsafe tap water for drinking. It is among 187 countries in the world where tap water is deemed unsafe or unpalatable for tourists.  Holiday company Globehunters have designed an infographic based on official guidance from the Centers for Disease Control.  The easy-to-read ... more
  • 2 months Five candidates cleared to contest Wajir West by-election The-Star
    IEBC has cleared five candidates to contest in the Wajir West constituency by-election on April 25.The candidates include Ali Noor Abdi (LPK), Ibrahim Mohamud (KANU), Mohamed Yussuf (ODM), Ahmed Kolosh (Jubilee) and Abbas Nunow (AGANO).The seat fell vacant after the Supreme Court nullified the election of Mohamed Kolosh in January.Chairman Wafula ... more
  • 2 months German man, 76, jailed for resisting arrest, insulting prosecutor The-Star
    A 76-year-old German national accused of illegal possession of a firearm in Kwale has been jailed for 42 days without an option of a fine for a separate charge of resisting arrest and fingerprinting.Gerald Lambertus committed the offense on Monday during the hearing of the firearms case.The accused went berserk ... more
  • 2 months Pilots union demands release of arrested aviation officials The-Star
    The Kenya Airline Pilots Association has called for immediate release of Kenya Aviation Workers Union (KAWU) officials who were arrested during a strike on Wednesday morning.KALPA secretary general Murithi Nyagah also condemned how airport users and personnel were treated during the strike.Among those in custody are KAWU Secretary General Moses Ndiema and ... more
  • 2 months Police raid al Shabaab training centre in Kwale, recover bomb making material The-Star
    Police in Ngombeni area, Kwale on Friday raided a house believed to be a training centre for al Shabaab and recovered terrorism assorted items.Among the items recovered include pangas, knives, cables, fertilizers, matchboxes, military trousers and books and notes with religious writings.Also recovered were black flags with white writings resembling ... more
  • 2 months KOT makes fun of ‘Laikipia made cars’, liken them to sausage trolleys The-Star
    Kenyans on social media have made fun of two locally made cars by Laikipia County showcased at the sixth annual Devolution Conference in Kirinyaga.The county proudly displayed its invention dubbed the 'BJ-50', but Kenyans online can't stop laughing.According to Governor Ndiritu Muriithi, the ‘tuk-tuk’ can carry up to seven people and costs Sh450,000.Shockingly, ... more
  • 2 months Kenya’s Beatrice Karanja joins judging panel of International conservation awards The-Star
    Beatrice Karanja, the Director of Communications for the Northern Rangelands Trust and Communications Advisor for Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, has been appointed to the judging panel of the annual Tusk Conservation Awards.Held since 2013, the awards recognise three dedicated African conservationists yearly for their outstanding and inspirational efforts to conserve Africa’s ... more
  • 2 months Women’s day: There’s nothing to celebrate about – Mishi Mboko The-Star
    As the world marks international women’s day, female activists in Kenya are currently marching in Mombasa to protest repeated failures to pass the two-thirds gender bill.The gender bill has flopped four times due to quorum hitch. Last month, Kenya Women Parliamentary Association  threatened to boycott calls to amend the constitution ... more
  • 2 months DPP probes two VIP escort staffers who hit woman’s car in Nairobi The-Star
    The Director of Public Prosecutions is investigating a case in which two of their staffers hit a woman's car in Nairobi on Friday.A Twitter user Waithera Gaitho posted she had been hit by 'important people' along the road on Friday morning."I've been hit by these 'very important' people while they ... more
  • 2 months Nairobi National Museum to be closed four days for maintenance The-Star
    The National Museum of Kenya has notified the public that it will close three days from March 16 to 19 for maintenance.The Museum which is about 1.5 km from the city centre will reopen on March 20. The Snake Park and Botanical Gardens will not be affected by the maintenance and will remain open from ... more
  • 2 months French President to sign education, research and cross mobility pacts during state visit The-Star
    President Emmanuel Macron will on March 13-14 make the first state visit by a French President to Kenya. He is coming from another visit in Ethiopia. Top on the President Macron’s agenda will be cementing Franco-Kenyan agreement on the promotion of skills and talents through education, training, innovation and research. ... more
  • 2 months Ebola treatment centres attacks hamper aid efforts in Congo The-Star
    Efforts to control Congo's Ebola outbreak are being hampered by a 'toxic' security situation including a series of attacks on treatment centres, medical chiefs working in the country have said.There have been '30 different incidents and attacks against elements of the response' to the outbreak, according to Doctors Without Borders.The ... more
  • 2 months Two businessmen charged with stealing Sh20m electronics, posing as KRA staff The-Star
    Two businessmen have been charged with stealing electronic goods worth Sh20 million from a private company in Nairobi.Joseph Munga Chege and Moses Mwaura allegedly stole CCTV Cameras, monitors screens, computers, TVs, Vibrators, grinders and Cartons from Alcoho company on November 25 along the Eastern by-pass while armed with a pistol.Police said ... more
  • 2 months Court wants Maraga to form bench for digital listing of persons case The-Star
    The High Court has referred the case seeking to stop new registration of persons by the Ministry of Interior to the Chief Justice to empanel a bench to hear it.Justice Weldon Korir on Friday said the case raises serious constitutional matters of law that should be heard by a bench.The ... more
  • 2 months Human trafficking: Kenyan man arrested, two Burundians rescued The-Star
    A man accused of attempting to traffic two Burundians to Saudi Arabia has been arrested.Francis Njuguga Kagunda was arrested on Thursday evening by Directorate of Criminal Investigations detectives.DCI boss George Kinoti said the two victims; Nduwimana Gretta,(29) and Nzigimana Rebecca,(31) were intercepted as they prepared to board a plane to ... more
  • 2 months Murathe hires Orengo to stop Ruto, Kenyans debt levels, justice for Baringo’s ‘crocodile man’: Your Breakfast Briefing The-Star
    Good morning Deputy President William Ruto yesterday hit back at ODM leader Raila Odinga over the dams’ scandal insisting he knows how much has been spent on them because they fall under the Jubilee manifesto. Ruto accused Raila of politicising the war on corruption saying he is, in fact, the “ugly ... more
  • 2 months Murathe hires Orengo to block DP Ruto’s 2022 presidential bid The-Star
    Former Jubilee vice chairman David Murathe has instructed Siaya Senator James Orengo and senior counsel John Khaminwa to get an advisory opinion from the Constitutional Court on whether DP William Ruto can run for President in 2022. Murathe told the Star that the two are working on a comprehensive filing ... more
  • 2 months Nyambane thrilled: Once in a life time opportunity for Dubai-based Kenyan amateur as he prepares to rub shoulders with top golfers The-Star
    Dubai-based Kenyan amateur Bradley Nyambane cannot stay calm as he waits to make his Magical Kenya Open debut next week.Nyambane has termed the opportunity to play alongside some of the best players in the world as priceless and exciting. As a youthful amateur, he said the chance to play against ... more
  • 2 months Equity eye revenge against KPA in KVF opening leg in Kitale The-Star
    Equity Bank men’s team will be on revenge mission when they tackle Kenya Ports Authority when the Kenya Volleyball Federation (KVF) national league serve off today at the Kenyatta grounds in Trans Nzioa County.KPA denied the bankers chance to proceed to the last year’s KVF play-off with 3-0 win having ... more
  • 2 months Quest for justice by family of Baringo’s ‘crocodile man’ The-Star
    In most African communities, handling reptiles, insects and crawling creatures like scorpions, is associated with witchcraft.But David Owino had a different idea. He spent most of his time on the shores of Lake Baringo, doing what no other person dared to do: feeding crocodiles and scorpions.Indeed, the 40-year-old man was ... more
  • 2 months EXPERT COMMENT: We must change system for ethnic fairness, harmony The-Star
    Since we are a much-ethnicised country, I agree with the proposals by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission in their memorandum to the Building Bridges Task Force.We have to deal with the theory of tyranny of numbers that has characterised our elections lately, setting up conflicts that have held us ... more
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