Investment zones – one of the last scraps of Liz Truss’s mini-budget left – will only do more harm than good.
The prime minister may have resigned, but the impact of a raft of authoritarian legislation passed under his tenure is yet to be felt.
Satirical culture in the UK routinely protects the powerful and punches down. It’s time people stopped laughing along, writes Elia Cugini.
The government’s Rwanda deal will not include women and children. In doing so, it seeks to stoke fear of Black and Muslim men.
Last night, hundreds came together to rally against the government’s PCSC Bill in Westminster as it grows ever closer to becoming law.
After at least 27 people lost their lives in the deadliest channel crossing on record, hundreds gathered for a vigil outside the Home Office, demanding an end to the hostile environment.
The UK media has a long history of failing to highlight the voices that really matter in the fight against the climate crisis – and this COP26 has been no different, writes Kimi Chaddah.
The PM‘s proposal to breach international law over Brexit threatens the very foundations of peace in Ireland, writes Dawn Foster.
Now the dust has settled on last month’s election result, writer Emily Reynolds talks to activists from the ’80s to find out the lessons we can learn.
With just days left to change the country, Dawn Foster shares her tips on making a difference (and looking good while doing it).
From alleged sexual assaulters to arrogant bullies, the ministers charged with running the United Kingdom have a stink of putrid decay.
The Foreign Secretary isn't proving his might with his undermining and unpleasantries. Our weak and wobbly Prime Minister is just showing she has no authority to lead.