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This week - 27 May 2017
Jack Sparrow is still making waves on the big screen.
In this week's comment, we discuss the darker side of football.
John Wright describes his experiences of looking for work after being released from prison. As told to Philip Halcrow.
Rosemary Dawson navigates through some of the people, places, and themes in the Bible.
Read editor's choice:
- All at sea
- Football craziness
- As soon as they see you have a conviction, they judge you
- Shepherd boy wins with giant-killing act
Check out our Hidden in Justice series. Read series articles here
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