The unfortunate side-effect of a government produced entirely by a selfish system is that it has no purpose besides self-sustainment.
For a start Jenrick admitted to wrongdoing so you’d be forgiven for thinking that Johnson might sack him purely on the grounds that he’d told the truth.
The BBC could probably get away with just scrolling an aston under Johnson every time he speaks, reading “This is a work of fiction and any resemblance to the actual truth is purely coincidental.”
Boris Johnson is rejecting his own "oven ready deal", leaving us in a position that nobody wanted.
Yet again the poorest and most marginalised risk being left behind and the UK’s role in the world will be weakened.
It is likely to sabotage the gains we have on women’s rights, and it will have a devastating impact on some of the world’s most vulnerable communities and populations, including the lives of millions of women and girls living in poverty.
As September approaches, when the majority of pupils will hopefully return, children who have had no learning throughout the lockdown will trail behind their peers.
In claiming not to know the ‘broader history” of taking a knee Raab dismisses the fight against racism and takes a side. The wrong one obviously. For a Tory party so insistent that history not be erased they are remarkably adept at it.
The direction of conversation in the latest trade talks is designed to deepen the UK’s dependence on other economic systems while isolating us from our EU neighbours.
The world’s poorest are on the frontlines. To turn our backs on them now, for our own political gain, would be reprehensible, and a dereliction of our responsibility as a nation.
Benjamin Zephaniah talks to TLE about the Black Lives Matter protests and the current political environment.
A public statue should inspire and promote positivity, not immortalise outdated, intolerant attitudes.
Boris Johnson’s racism derives from his elite schooling which has taught him that he is better than others.
"Now we are serving so many per week it’s become difficult to serve such a high number of people. But our volunteers are rising to the challenge."
History is written by the victors and it may well be today's villains end up as the statues of the future.
Boris Johnson’s critics were absolutely right at the time, if only he had listened.
Please, join me in speaking up for them – for compassion towards all animals, and a ban on live exports.
People do not join mass protests because they are spoilt or unreasonable, it’s a last resort, a way to be heard when they feel they have no other option.
Individual and statistical evidence underlines how racial prejudice, racial inequality and institutional racism reduces life chances as well as life spans.
The claims appear to be nonsense but the reaction shows the anger at the idea.
We have been provided with an unprecedented opportunity to ensure that our relationship with the environment can evolve to become more sustainable.
The impression was of a government meandering with little idea of where it were going or when it would get there.
Johnson just wants to kick back. The lockdown is virtually over. Summer beckons and the talk is of holidays and air bridges.
The practical barriers can be addressed but how can we fix a collective consciousness that accepts it is virtually impossible for a working-class writer to be published?
Our current model isn’t working; we need a profound change, and we need it quickly. It’s up to us all to act swiftly, to mobilise and realise the opportunities of a circular economy.
Other European countries have started sending kids back to school, but as we have seen, we are not like other countries.
So much for leaving no one behind. We most certainly are not “all in this together.
The hive maintained by local residents in a community-owned "secret garden allotment" in South London.
These elitists genuinely believe that they’re so important that they exist beyond the normal standards of behaviour that are expected of pretty much everyone else in society.
By Clare Moseley, founder of Care4Calais
Questions need to be raised concerning the harm that global capitalism can and is causing to public health.
The government is so reliant on his ruthlessness and dishonesty that they feel they can’t go on without him.
Large families live together in small structures covered with tarpaulin, there is no running water in their homes and so to get water, use the toilet or bathe themselves, they must join others at communal facilities
A government detached from reality, with the electorate acting as enablers, how did this happen?
Vulnerable children and families - and those already experiencing disadvantage - risk becoming the forgotten victims.
SMEs will be among the hardest hit by the downturn, but they are vital to the country's economic recovery.
Austerity wreaked havoc on the economy and society, but worst of all it left us catastrophically under-prepared for the next crisis to come along.
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