August 13, 2020

After months of speculation, Joe Biden’s search for a governing partner culminated in the somewhat unsurprising selection of Senator Kamala Harris of California. The decision has been hailed by America’s leading Black voices as a “moment of historic significance” and “...

August 12, 2020

We’ve seen the videos of those miserable looking hooded men waggling their hands and fingers in the air flanked by a pack of equally despondent teenagers in tacky tracksuits, and yet not many of us understand the nuanced world of grime, the child of hip hop.

As a middle...

June 5, 2020

We now know what a counterfeit $20 bill gets you, and it sure as hell isn’t justice.

Such was the case of George Floyd who was alleged to have purchased cigarettes from a shop with a forged $20 bill. Minutes after returning from the shop, Floyd, assumed by staff to be i...

March 4, 2020

91%. This is currently the support Donald Trump enjoys from the Republican Party running into primary season. However, he has an insurgent challenger, a man who hasn’t held elected office since the mid 1990s, a man who has risen a whole 2% since November 2019 to a comm...

November 14, 2019

Can you hear it? It’s almost here! No, I’m not talking about Brexit on March 31st April 12th October 31st January 31st, I’m talking about the metal motorcade of party battle-buses ferrying the leaders of the UK’s political parties from region to region across the UK.

Th...

October 8, 2019

I saw Naga Munchetty in the news a few weeks back. Something about ‘breaching BBC reporting guidelines’. I’ll confess I gave it little attention. And by little, I mean none. But writing this article has enlightened me as to this situation and its repercussions. Like a...

September 18, 2019

It has defeated 2 Prime Ministers, cultivated a culture of division and mistrust, stymied the Mother of Parliaments, and now, Brexit has claimed its latest casualty: Speaker of the Commons, John Bercow. The halls of Westminster will never again reverberate with the roa...

May 14, 2019

They were never supposed to be taking place. The EU elections mark a dark time in our nation’s history, epitomising the betrayal of democracy, the muting of millions and the incompetence of our leaders. Five times Prime Minister May could have pursued a ‘no deal’ Brexi...

April 30, 2019

There you have it, the 2020 election is now fully underway. With a couple more Democrats yet to join 20 other of their contemporaries, Joe Biden can rest easy, for he is currently polling at just under 30% in the polls. It is his race to lose. Yet the question is, is t...

April 24, 2019

The Extinction Rebellion, over the past week, has stirred the emotions of Britain. Whether deemed irresponsible trouble makers by some members of the public and politicians, or principled civilians passionate about conserving the environment for the future, it is safe...

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