Jonathan Tam discusses Asian hate crime in the UK, from the wider issue to his own experience.
Lennart Schiek takes a close look at the Police Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
In January of this year, 178 people tested positive for Covid-19 at the Napier army barracks in Kent where asylum seekers are being held. The following month, an inspection was carried out by the Independent […]
On Monday evening the world watched as two women sat down on a global stage to discuss race, mental health, the media, and the monarchy. This discussion has sparked widespread conversations, resignations, and rebuttals. It […]
On the 17th of February, the Australian Government put forward a new piece of legislation, that if put into law, would force tech giants – such as Facebook and Google – to pay money to […]
The growth of the far-right and alt-right in recent years has seen social media and online videogames being used both as a catalyst and a focal point for the radicalisation of teenagers and young people. […]
On the 22 February Boris Johnson revealed his roadmap out of the current lockdown. He promised the transition process would be ‘cautious’ but ‘irreversible’ as the country slowly returns to something resembling normal life. The […]
After Shamima Begum, who left the UK when she was a teenager to join the Islamic State, was found in a Syrian refugee camp in 2019, then-Home Secretary Sajid Javid stripped her of her British […]
Since the Sino-British Joint Declaration in 1984, Hong Kong has been operating under the “one country, two systems” policy. This policy intended to ensure Hong Kong’s autonomy from Beijing until 2047. But on several occasions, […]
When Michaela Coel’s groundbreaking depiction of the realities of surviving sexual assault, alongside a rejuvenated and authentic representation of Black British life, was released back in June it was heralded by critics and viewers alike […]
Captain Sir Tom Moore, a true British hero, sadly passed away with Covid-19 on the 2nd of February 2021 at 100 years old. For those who need a refresher on Captain Tom’s achievements, in 2020 […]
If the world has, as Freedom House reports, experienced a “democratic backslide” in 2020, the new year promises to be no different. On 1st February, Myanmar awoke to find that it had just joined that […]