Up until 1958, British publishers could be sent to jail for producing books deemed to have “a tendency to deprave and corrupt those whose minds are open to such immoral influence”. Whilst this is no […]
Nigel Farage will not be Britain’s next Prime Minister. The rebranded Brexit Party – now ‘Reform UK’ – is attempting to capitalise on the growing anti-lockdown sentiment in the country, establishing themselves as the unofficial […]
Boris Johnson has not had a good second lockdown. First, his fiancée pushed his chief adviser out of Downing Street. Then, just when he was about to relaunch his party to address some of the […]
Reports of the 2800 young girls in Kenya who have been forced to undergo female genital mutilation over the last few weeks serve as another reminder of the prevalence of this horrifying practice. Once again, […]
On Thursday the Equality and Human Rights Commission released their long-awaited report on antisemitism in the Labour Party. The party was found to have broken the law, with those in power actively interfering in the […]
Lockdown is currently hitting parts of North England the hardest, with potential to exacerbate the North-South divide even further. Is this too great a cost to justify patchwork measures? Emily Bell reports.