Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Sam Bright exposes the hostile environment hypocrisy of Priti Patel, who has in one week promised to learn from the Windrush scandal and threatened to imprison asylum seekers on a distant island
Almost two-thirds of all people who have died from COVID-19 are disabled. Where is the support for some of the most vulnerable in our society?
The false equivalence awarded to Donald Trump and Joe Biden is grossly misleading and a danger to democracy, argues CJ Werleman
NHS consultant David Oliver punctures the dangerous fallacies surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic
As Freddie Flintoff speaks publicly about having bulimia, Nathan O'Hagan explains how lockdown has made him finally confront his own condition
Imperial Power & Conservative Taboo: ‘Shutting Down Debate on Empire is Britain’s Ultimate Imperial Legacy’
Following the backlash over a ‘wokeist’ National Trust report on the links of historic buildings to colonialism and slavery, Hardeep Matharu speaks to one of its editors about how the predictable response is itself a hangover from the country’s colonial era
The Education Secretary’s ‘freedom’ crusade is a rhetorical smokescreen for the Government's instinctively authoritarian policies, argues Sam Bright
Iain Overton and Murray Jones explore the repercussions of a lack of rigorous scrutiny of the UK's past military actions and how reverence for soldiers is weaponised as the ultimate political tool
Modern Day Islamophobia Starts with the US and Israeli Right-Wing but Ends With Saudi Arabia and the UAE
CJ Werleman traces the evolution of a plan to equate Islam with ‘terrorism’ to an ideology deployed by Arab Gulf leaders and autocrats everywhere
Amina Shareef reviews Cuties, which has attracted criticism for its over-sexualisation of young girls, and finds a troubling portrayal of Muslim femininity