Court finds government Prevent duty guidance unlawful
Government counter-extremism guidelines on universities inviting controversial figures to speak has been ruled unbalanced, inaccurate, and unlawful
The leader of the opposition was assaulted. That’s worrying.
Matthew Gold argues that the apathy in the press towards the recent assault on Jeremy Corbyn represents the poisonous attitude towards politicians perpetuated by the press.
In conversation with Qaisra Shahraz
Books Editor Yasmin Mannan talks to the author and University of Manchester alumnus Qaisra Shahraz about writing, injustice, feminism, radicalisation, Muslim-Jewish relations, freedom of speech, Prevent, and the struggle of identity
‘Jihadi John’ and The pull factors of terrorism and the push factors of Western society
How much is the West to blame for the radicalisation of its citizens? Lauren Wills considers this alongside the obvious pull of Islamic extremism in the fight against IS
The Criminal Negligence of Non-Intervention
Bruce Tang argues that we can never permit the suffering of others, even if it is politically unpopular.