If the UK is truly committed to its vision of a “Global Britain”, it’s time to put its mouth (and its military) where its money is and implement initiatives aimed at effecting real, meaningful and long-lasting change in this troubled corner of the globe.
From the newsletter: English cricket's new competition is already a roaring success.
From the newsletter: our relationship with 'freedom' is more complex than some would have us believe.
The short-lived vaccine “win” was meant to give people the feeling the UK is thriving outside the EU, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
From the newsletter: Boris Johnson's levelling up speech was short on detail because he doesn't have any ideas.
The recently announced travel rules are inconsistent, illogical, unfair and they scream discrimination. Why are we allowing the Tory government to do this to people?
Britain's split from the EU was engineered by hedge funds and private equity firms who care not one jot for working-class people.
What if Labour's Red Wall isn't in the anti-EU hotspots and is, rather, in pro-European places which favour progressive, modern politics not wrapped up in populist hysteria?
From the newsletter: Still, after all this time, the treatment of people of colour remains brutally transactional.