Aviation co-created the global corona pandemic. And it is destroying our climate too.
Most leaders know that delivering serious, emotionally loaded and important messages is simply part of the job. And the fact is, during times of crisis – like now - it’s vital for us to deliver those messages carefully, compassionately, with empathy and, if possible, in person.
By Sophie Yeo, Desmog UK
Words by Chris Sayer There once was a time when drinking coffee from a takeaway cup didn’t come with an obligatory dash of guilt. And many moons ago, taking your weekly shop home in plastic bags didn’t mean shouldering an extra load of shame to your front door. Yep, modern...
You exchange your beloved smartphone for a range of “analogue” items, like a guidebook, a film camera, a map, bird books and a set of binoculars when you arrive.
By Clare Moseley, founder, Care4Calais
The Cambridgeshire town was criticised for its "draining atmosphere".
A personal response from writer David Wilson on behalf of the many families like his affected by IDS...
There is a possibility that the Labour Party will cease to be a serious player in British politics outside of London and the major cities.
By Josiah Mortimer of the Electoral Reform Society
By Antony Lerman
By L Alan Winters, Professor of Economics and Director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at University of Sussex and former Chief Economist at the Department for International Development
Around the world, rape and sexual abuse are everyday occurrences - affecting close to a billion women and girls over a lifetime, irrespective of age, background or country.
By Mat Hope, Editor, Desmog UK
By Richard Collett-White and Tom Ritchie, Desmog UK
Poverty, climate change and mass societal injustice have ushered in a new political era.
With an election around the corner, accusations, allegations and inferences of antisemitism have hit the headlines of media outlets once more, especially those known more for their sensationalism than their serious commitment to combating this evil.
"Although people may not acknowledge it, community ownership is quite a left wing, radical idea."
“One man wrote and said: ‘I have a problem, pain in my heart… I feel pain and I believe it is not right – please believe me, I have pain.’ They didn’t care, and he died."
Before another general election serious questions about current unsafe and outdated electoral rules need answering if it is to be run fairly.
I have written to Michael Gove asking for full disclosure of his knowledge of Vote Leave’s illegal payments. If he does not make disclosure, as Secretary of State responsible for data protection, he is breaking the Ministerial Code.
Was justice served? Will they do it again? Is my child safe?
Hundreds of people face immediate evictions in Calais and Dunkirk.
Thermal imaging camera shows how much heat properties leak out.
Liz Truss, Ben Wallace and civil servants will be plugging arms sales at DSEI to delegates from Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Israel and many more countries associated with abuses and atrocities.
Along with organophosphates that are added as a lubricant to aircraft engine oil, over 120 other toxic substances including insecticides and flame retardants, have been detected.
As Boris Johnson threatens to 'send back' people crossing the channel, Clare Moseley of Care4Calais explains why they are risking their lives.
Richard Graham Corbett has served as Leader of the European Parliamentary Labour Party since 2017 and as an MEP since 2014.
The Kindle Storyteller Award is open for entries again - but you only have a few days.
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