No refugees have been resettled in the UK since the 12th March. Many are living in a dangerous state of limbo, both in squalid camps abroad and unsuitable halfway houses in the UK, where Covid-19 has spread at exorbitant rates. Isabel Ralphs reports.
November marks Islamophobia Awareness Month. Philippa Humphreys explains what IAM represents and why it’s important.
Coronavirus has resurged with new conviction. A record peak of 22,961 new daily cases last week signals the start of a tough winter for the United Kingdom. A vaccine, which many saw as the ‘magic […]
The climate is changing at a rapid, devastating rate. As parts of the world become uninhabitable, people are being forced to move across the world to seek a safe place to live. Beanna Olding investigates.
Refugees are frequently reported in a negative light: as scapegoats and objects of hostility. Aino Lappelainen seeks to bring to light the lesser known side of the story: of perilous conditions and volatile climates that force these people from their established lives.
With new leadership, the Labour Party is conducting itself cautiously. Their strategy for the future is ‘a gamble’, reports Tyler England.
There is a mistaken superiority in Britain on issues regarding race, one which compartmentalises racism to the US. There is a dangerous reluctance within the Government to admit the actualities of racism in the UK: […]
Of all the world leaders, Donald Trump is the last that we would ever want to see deal with protests and riots over race and equality. Not once has he made any attempt to hide […]
It’s a Tuesday morning on 23rd July 2019, and Boris Johnson has just won sixty-six per cent of the Conservative Party members’ vote. He is now our new Prime Minister. In a characteristically jovial speech, […]
Brexit has dwindled into a very much reduced priority since the arrival of coronavirus. As a granddaughter of Indian immigrants, I have found the events of Brexit slightly more difficult to disregard. When I awoke […]
The coronavirus pandemic has shaken up the status-quo of policy-making around the world. Certain countries, including the UK, are witnessing a monumental paradigm shift in which heavy state intervention has become the new norm. It […]
For the third year running, Finland has been crowned as the ‘happiest country’ by the World Happiness Report 2020. The report was based on personal evaluations, in which citizens of one-hundred and fifty-six countries rated […]