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Question / Answer: Reflections on existing in perpetual limbo as the Other

21 Jun , 2017  

Immigrant. Thief. Alien. Other type of shit. Black-British. Convoluted. Hybrid. Substitute identity. English girl. What […]


Grenfell Tower fire is a turning point in British politics

20 Jun , 2017  

The death toll rises, the scandals mount and the public outcry grows. What happened to […]


Finsbury Park terror attack, Muslim lives and xenophobia in Britain

19 Jun , 2017  

Last night a white man drove a van into a crowd of people outside a Mosque […]


White privilege and imagined communities

15 Jun , 2017  

Unfortunately much that is written and discussed about the ideas of white privilege and privilege […]


Media coverage of Theresa May has been sexist and infantilising

13 Jun , 2017  

A week is a long time in politics. Far from the resounding victory that Theresa […]


Where has Tony Blair gone?

10 Jun , 2017  

With the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn gaining more than forty per cent of the […]


People voted for Corbyn and now The Market will punish them

9 Jun , 2017  

Sadly but unsurprisingly the value of the Pound fell overnight as it became apparent that […]


Why I’m a young person who voted for Labour

8 Jun , 2017  

The current government does not care about young people — particularly poor young people. In […]


Vote Corbyn but keep pushing him to improve

8 Jun , 2017  

On the day of the snap election, Jeremy Corbyn has taken Labour to within just a […]


Victoria, Abdul and the romanticisation of Empire

7 Jun , 2017  

The trailer for Judi Dench’s latest film Victoria and Abdul has been promoted aggressively online of late. […]


The Prime Minister will not divide us

5 Jun , 2017  

“We cannot, and must not, pretend that things can continue as they are,” said the […]


Fragmented Reflections on FROMness and BeLonging

31 May , 2017  

I was born in Bethnal Green Hospital in London as the 1960s were drawing to […]


Why Jeremy Corbyn Makes Sense To Some and No Sense To Others (part two)

27 May , 2017  

In a functioning democracy, the media plays a pivotal role in shaping political opinion which […]


Tories must regret calling snap election

27 May , 2017  

If they could, would the Tories ask for a do over on this snap election? […]