features

Power grab undermines democracy

Published: September 25, 2017
Written by Jon Trickett

One of the core values Britain prides itself on around the world is democracy. Democracy was meant to be the shining light to illuminate the darkness of poverty. It was …

Course set for ‘muddled middle’

Published: September 25, 2017
Written by Michael Hindley

Keir Starmer’s position statement that Labour wants a transition period for Britain’s departure from the European Union, which indeed may become a permanent condition, has been greeted with acclaim. It …

Theatre: Driven to memorise

Published: September 24, 2017
Written by Aleks Sierz

The Knowledge Charing Cross Theatre, London The black cab is such an iconic symbol of London that it’s easy to forget that inside every taxi there’s a human being who …

Television: Emergency service

Published: September 24, 2017
Written by Les Hull

Ambulance BBC?1 The fly on the wall documentary, where we follow a group of people in a particular occupation, getting to know the various personalities, goes back some years. Showing …

Employment exploitation

Published: September 11, 2017
Written by Jonathan Hayes

The numbers of children in the UK who working without rights may have reached serious levels, warns Jonathan Hayes

Not passing muster

Published: September 11, 2017
Written by Graham Lane

Graham Lane says the education system needs clarification not confusion

American mood

Published: September 10, 2017
Written by Patrick Mulcahy

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Strike one

Published: September 9, 2017
Written by Les Hull

Strike:?The Cuckoo’s Calling BBC?1

Brutish, inhuman

Published: September 9, 2017
Written by Paul Flynn

Paul Flynn presented a petition to Parliament opposing the expansion of badger culling. Here he explains why