In a 2015 interview with W Radio he suggested that fighting poverty and graft were more important priorities for progressives: “The most important thing is honesty. [Decriminalizing abortion and marriage equality] – with total respect and authenticity, I consider it something not that important. What’s important in Mexico is that we end corruption.” … [Read more...] about Mexico election: why is the leftwing frontrunner so quiet on social issues?
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In recent years, Mexican women have become increasingly ready to call out callous and inept responses from public officials, police and prosecutors in cases of femicides, but in some cases politicians have appeared to show more concern over feminist graffiti than the crimes committed against women. … [Read more...] about ‘It’s a Mexican problem’: Amlo accused of tone-deaf response to femicide crisis
He confirmed to the assistant coroner that the garage – which appeared to be disused – showed evidence of drug paraphernalia but he could not determine whether it was directly linked to Mr Whitworth. He confirmed to the coroner that the location was “known as an area for rough sleepers”. … [Read more...] about Homeless man found dead in city centre as sister pays emotional tribute
Trump has been retweeting Indian accounts of the grandiose welcome that awaits him, including Modi’s far-fetched claim that 7 million people will come out to greet him in Ahmedabad – almost the population of the entire city. More realistic estimates say around 100,000 people are likely to line the streets, while the stadium where the rally will be held seats 120,000. … [Read more...] about ‘Trump got his wall’: Indian city rushes to beautify before visit
'We are investing in all the technology evolution taking place in aerospace but we are trying to apply that to something that's real world and is possible to execute four years out,' said Mr Fitzpatrick, the Vertical Aerospace founder and chief executive. … [Read more...] about Electric-powered inner-city ‘air taxis’ that fly at almost 200mph could be picking up passengers in four years, British firms says