Sarah Everard: the Final Straw in the Fight for Women’s Safety?

In a week that should have celebrated the amazing achievements of women across the world on International Women’s Day, but also those closer to home on Mother’s day, the tragic murder of Sarah Everard by a serving policeman has instead sadly highlighted that men, as part of a wider societal effort, need to do farContinue reading “Sarah Everard: the Final Straw in the Fight for Women’s Safety?”

Internal Market Bill Passes First Commons Hurdle

Last night Boris Johnson’s controversial bid to override parts of his Brexit deal overcame a major hurdle in Parliament. The Internal Market Bill has faced extensive criticism from all directions, including the last five living Prime Ministers, but Boris Johnson won the vote for his proposed legislation by 340 to 263, a majority of 77.Continue reading “Internal Market Bill Passes First Commons Hurdle”

Migrant Crossings and Fabricated Hysteria

To put it lightly, there is quite a lot going on at the moment isn’t there. The Covid-19 death toll sits at roughly 55,000, and it is still rising; the country is tinkering on the brink of a recession; and in the next few months unemployment looks likely to soar as the furlough scheme startsContinue reading “Migrant Crossings and Fabricated Hysteria”