While the French team may have been celebrated for its diversity, the case of Mesut Özil shows that football and multiculturalism still has a way to go.
The former foreign secretary has exposed himself – revealing a hypocritical, lazy and self-absorbed man with absolutely no ability to lead.
On both sides of the Atlantic, the LGBTQ+ community is divided about the purpose of Pride celebrations in 2018. Justin Myers (aka The Guyliner) explores why.
The vote for a third runway at Heathrow puts both the planet and the progressive left at risk, writes Ellie Mae O'Hagan. You can't build socialism on a dead planet.
By explicitly stating that trans women should be included on Labour all women shortlists, this progressive movement is ensuring that trans people are treated with respect and dignity. This, writes Dawn Foster, is worth celebrating.
Parenting site Mumsnet, founded as a place of support, has become abundant with threads about trans people’s rights - as if they are up for debate.
It took eight months for The Times to be held accountable for a series of front pages which may well have whipped up Islamophobia. It's too little, too late.
Simon Franks' new political party is destined to fail, writes Matt Zarb-Cousin. It's a vanity project of the super rich with no policy or movement.
Labour is not immune from the prejudice that permeates our society, writes Dawn Foster, but the left can do better than take advice from the Tories.
Last week it felt like we were making progress with tackling anti-Semitism in Labour, writes Rhea Wolfson. And then certain people had to go and ruin it.
While some self-proclaimed progressives are clearly anti-Semitic, many are simply ignorant and unaware. The answer is education, writes Owen Jones.
Anti-Semitism in our society needs tackling head on, writes Michael Segalov. Anyone blindly defending Corbyn's Facebook post is part of the problem.