In the latest chapter of Shamima Begum’s long running fight with the British government, the Supreme Court has refused Ms Begum entry to the UK to fight for her citizenship. It comes 6 years after […]
This new constitutional reform is too radical for Keir Starmer to push. Starmer is simply not a bold enough leader, at least at this point in his tenure at the head of the Labour Party, […]
‘For millions of children across the country, the lasting effects of this virus will be something they will battle for the rest of their lives.’ Tharushi Wijesiri investigates how online teaching is increasing inequality across the country.
Two men have been fined £10,000 each for organising the snowball fight that occurred in Hyde Park. In light of this, Will Nixon assesses whether the police have been acting fairly, or increasingly veering in to overkill.
Boris Johnson has caused controversy following his plan to cut Universal Credit by £20-a-week in April despite criticism from Labour and Red Wall Tories in his own party. The government had previously increased Universal Credit […]
Wuhan was the first place from which draconian reports of lockdown emerged, when Covid-19 first started. Now, Wuhan is covid free. Will Nixon reports on how countries have dealt with Covid-19 across the world.
A new blood test that can detect up to 50 different types of cancer is due to be piloted across England next year. The trial is being conducted on 165,000 patients by the NHS in […]
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.