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.
UBI: Unprecedented Times Call for An Unprecedented Solution – In My View (Column for the South London Press)
In the sixth-largest economy in the world, nobody should be having to choose between eating and heating their home. Rather than serving our broken economic system, we must instead build a system that serves everyone and paves the way for a just transition to a fairer, greener and more equal economy after the pandemic.
The Overseas Operations Bill is the Government’s latest attempt to use domestic law to row back on the UK’s international obligations.
Rather than trying to push refugees and asylum seekers back onto continental Europe (whether by clumsy Brexit diplomacy or Naval war ship), the Government must accept its international obligations and accept our fair share of refugees.