Edhi: Losing Pakistan’s Greatest Son
Abdul Sattar Edhi transcended ethnic division and selective compassion with huge personal will leaving behind a vast untarnished public legacy
As far back as many can remember...
An Inconvenient Democracy: The Turkey Coup Attempt as Told by Western Press
The popular defeat of an attempted coup in Turkey is a victory for democracy, yet mainstream western media coverage was biased at best
The failed coup attempt in Turkey...
The Missing Welcome of a Whale’s Tooth: Britain and Fiji after Brexit
While Fiji is undergoing a process of healing, acceptance and solace, in post-Brexit Britain, fear, alienation and racial exclusivity dominates
Where to begin? I am a British...
The Prime Minister Who Never Was: Michael Gove and His Populist Rhetoric
The ideologue who once influenced David Cameron’s ideas and Tory policy is seeing his political fortunes fade as anti-intellectualism takes hold of Britain
Mark Duggan and the Fatal Hard Stop
New documentary film following the lives of two of Mark Duggan’s best friends provides raw insight into life before and after he was shot dead by police
Editorial: Labour Pains
Incessant denouncement of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership points to Westminster's anxieties surrounding Chilcot
Tony Blair. How tragic that in 2016, in the midst of a post-referendum...
Me Before Ableism
A bad romance which crosses the line from insensitive to dangerous for a community fatally damaged by such movie events of the summer
WARNING: Contains Spoilers
As many of you know,...