Poem: Let Me Tell You About Them


The teenagers we shot yesterday were shot responsibly through the eye with plain-speaking dum-dum bullets, manufactured in Fife, or taken down with SR 25 sniper rifles flown heroically...

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Pakistan's ReinKhanation: Do Election Results Signal a New Dawn for the Country?


Many Pakistanis harbour hope for a new dawn on the nation as Imran Khan is sworn in as prime minister The 25th of July saw a new wave of hope in the 200 million strong population...

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Road Safety Protests Reveal Systemic Corruption in Bangladesh


Crackdowns and corruption are hindering progress in Bangladesh’s troubled political landscape Bangladesh is no stranger to mass-scale violence. Yet recent protests, along with...

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For the Sake of All of Us, Labour Must Reject the IHRA’s Definition of Anti-Semitism


The Labour Party must uphold their own definition of anti-Semitism but British Politics needs to recognise discrimination is all of its forms In the last few days Israel has killed...

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Wake Up and Smell the Ashes: Climate Change Is Our Problem Now


Our consumerist generation must face the heat and bring about a shift in culture The UK’s heatwave looks to be breathing its last, and I write this enjoying a glorious rainy...

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Being a White Ally in Divided Times


White people can support marginalised individuals and communities through direct and indirect methods  Many, by now, will have heard of the lone Swedish activist, Elin Ersson, refusing...

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'No Turning Back': Tracking Stories of Migration in Britain


This exhibition demonstrates that migration has been critical to the shaping of this country long before current debates Since the Brexit referendum in July 2016, migration has been...

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