In an unprecedented move, Germany's Central Council of Jews is backing a proposal to republish Adolf Hitler's anti-Semitic tract, Mein Kampf , outlawed in the country since the end of the Second World War. While many German Jews oppose the move, others say it would help educate future generations about the evils of Nazism. From an editorial: "Poisonous ideas need to be confronted, not silenced."
The move drew frustrated comparisons to the U.K., where a 2.7% rise in train ticket prices for the new year impacts millions of commuters.
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