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.
The party's programme of austerity has choked the economy, harmed public services and doubled the national debt.
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.
Munira Mirza’s background should disqualify her from setting up a truly independent inquiry into racial discrimination.
To refer to Colson as if he was a “philanthropist” is a reminder that black lives simply did not matter to Colson or generations of white people in Britain and elsewhere.
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.
The third article, in a series of three, about the Government’s new tracing app. How it will work in practice, and can it actually help save lives?
A public statue should inspire and promote positivity, not immortalise outdated, intolerant attitudes.