Hannah Vallance argues that British Museums must de-colonise if they are to create space for indigenous communities in the mainstream historical narrative.
The Mayor’s intervention comes as the policy continues to have serious effects for the North of England
Oxford’s Chris Gosden has led calls to tackle the crippling uncertainty for UK Institutions
Has the novel sheen of Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn begun to dull? Nimo Omer argues that in wake of the scandal surrounding anti-semitism it is time for the party to move on from their idealisation of the scruffy socialist
London-based firm Leigh Day will challenge Lancaster over Consumer Rights Act
People are working too hard for too little
“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” – Benjamin Franklin
The collapse of the UK’s second largest construction company highlights significant flaws in how we envisage government regulation
Jay Darcy writes about the need for campaigns for equality with regards to oppressed or minority groups either in race, gender or sexuality to recognise their overlapping aims.
Hannah Vallance argues Corbyn’s pledge to change the way the British Empire is remembered and taught is fundamental in order to understand Britain’s place in the world today.
George Walker argues that the Conservative party have adopted an imperialistic and culturally ignorant attitude towards Brexit, putting the future of Britain at risk.
“A deal or no-deal Brexit is the biggest challenge facing higher education and the country”, says Sally Hunt.
Accusations of anti-Semitism against the Labour Party’s have been misleading and hyperbolic
The right-wing media in Britain is a parody of itself. Hysterical and abusive, it shamelessly misleads the British public.
Political Christianity should restore its roots of socialism and progressivism
The group’s introduction of contracts for MPs undermines the Parliamentary tradition. But worst of all, they remove MPs’ rights to intellectual independence