October 24th: The surreal circus of the arrest of Julian Assange is a show trial for investigative journalism across the world.
October 22nd: Between the first two spikes of the Covid 19 pandemic, Boris Johnson’s true colours have started to appear.
October 21st: Twenty-seven years ago, Barbara Smith asked “Where’s the Revolution?”.
October 8th: Recently I can’t stop thinking about this theory proposed by people concerned with what gets called sex-based gender that there are certain experiences that confirm womanhood: amongst others periods and pregnancy.
October 4th: This essay is an attempt to further elucidate and elaborate on a previous article written about the British Eurocentric education curriculum.
September 25th: This article discusses racist police violence and deaths in custody.
September 10th: Yesterday morning we awoke to the news that Europe’s largest refugee camp burnt to the ground overnight.
September 6th: 2020 has been so far a year marked by an endless succession of issues; it would be hard to take them all into account, as each deserves a great deal of attention and should be discussed separately to be fully understood.
September 3rd: On Saturday, thousands of conspiracy theorists descended on Trafalgar Square to demonstrate against coronavirus restrictions, vaccines and 5G networks.