So off to the Tory Party conference. And this year their leaders may be more supercilious, sneering, smug and swaggering than usual: success always brings out the worst in right-wing politicians. I walk among them, smile often, speak properly, argue nicely, yet feel like an alien.
Poetry recommendations for you’ve grown out of rhyming picture books and aren’t old enough for teen reads from The Book Doctor, including Laura Dockrill, Malorie Blackman, Sarah Crossan and Rachel Rooney
Human rights are no longer a “top priority” for the Government, Britain’s most senior Foreign Office official has admitted, as ministers put resources into supporting trade deals ahead of tackling injustice in other parts of the world. In a remarkably frank admission to MPs, Sir Simon McDonald, Permanent Secretary at the Foreign Office, said that human rights no longer had the “profile” within his department that they had “in the past”.
Yesterday, Housing minister Brandon Lewis stressed the need to tackle the skills gap faced by the house building industry during a packed out fringe on the first day of the Conservative’s party conference.
On 10 October the beleaguered remnants of the English Defence League (EDL) are planning another of their ever-shrinking demonstrations, this time in the Buckinghamshire town of Aylesbury. The YouTube video advertising the event has garnered a mere 300 or so views, a far cry from the tens of thousands that ...
Gentrification is not simply about gimmicky shops and cafes. It's about anger at being excluded on grounds of wealth. It's about the people being forced to move and the ones valiantly trying to stay put despite the pressure to leave. It's about the inclusive social and communal spaces that have gone, not the exclusive ones that have sprung up.
More than 150,000 people have joined the Labour Party since May’s defeat, a figure which exceeds the total membership of any other political party in the UK. Over 60,000 have joined since Jeremy Corbyn became leader, more than either the Liberal Democrats or Ukip can boast among their ranks. The composition of the party is […]
Yesterday HOPE not hate ran a story about Jim Dowson, a far-right extremist from Northern Ireland who was in Hungary on a tour visiting other far-right extremists, religious fundamentalists and anti-abortionists. As the article points out, Jim Dowson has met with the MPs of the fascist party Jobbik who even kindly ...
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