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  • When Brixton went up in flames - On 11 April 1981, tension between the police and youths led to Brixton being set aflame. Observer reporter Patrick Bishop recalls how he and photographer Neil Libbert covered a riot that marked a summer of discontent and changed the way that the country was policed - The Observer, 10th April 2011

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  • Corporal Braveheart and the battle for Afghanistan - Sending troops to Afghanistan, defence secretary John Reid said he would be ‘very happy’ if they did not fire a shot. After more deaths last week, casualties are the highest since the second world war. Our correspondent reveals the bravery of men fighting an enemy that has too often been underestimated - The Times, 26th August 2007

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