My latest column for the South London Press on how children across the UK are being priced out of their citizenship by Home Office profiteering.
Ending new HIV transmissions is possible within the decade, but not without more action and real awareness of PrEP in the community.
The employment and housing circumstances of many people from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities place them in contact with more people and heighten their risk of getting Covid-19. The Government needs to start treating race as a Covid risk factor and put BAME communities at the heart of its vaccine programme.
as the pandemic forces us to rethink what is really valuable and useful to us as a society, there will be a generation demanding that digital access is recognised as a basic right.
Why do we study history? Because if you don’t know where you come from, you don’t know where you are going. It is as simple as that. And when it comes to British history, we are not given a complete picture – because Black history is often missing.
I voted against the Government’s Spycops Bill on Monday: the latest chapter in removing key scrutiny powers away from the judiciary, placing British authorities beyond the law, and squashing dissent.