In the 2019 General Election, 220 women MPs were elected to Parliament, the highest number ever. Continue reading Parliament won’t achieve gender parity until 2060 – unless action is taken now
Around the world governments are failing to protect disabled people according to leading charities and international organisations, with Covid-19 ‘deepening’ global inequality. Continue reading Many disabled people ‘feel overlooked’ as the world adapts to Covid-19
This week, the Redaction Politics podcast team look into why experts were targeted by politicians, what it means to identify as an expert, and how experts can regain the trust of the electorate. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 16 – Why do people mistrust the experts?
The UK has a lot to learn from its international neighbours according to think-tank IPPR North as regional differences continue to divide people across the country. Continue reading How the UK has a lot to learn from Germany’s state of North Rhine-Westphalia
“The people of this country have had enough of experts” said Conservative MP Michael Gove in the weeks before the 2016 EU Referendum. Continue reading Coming soon – Has this country really had enough of experts?
The Conservative Party presented itself as the champion of working people in the 2019 General Election – a move which led to many traditional Labour seats turning blue. Continue reading Tories or Labour: Which is the anti-establishment party?
Westminster’s centralised grip on power is breaking up the United Kingdom – but there are other ways to run the country, and our European neighbours are leading the way. Continue reading The UK is broken. But we can learn from decentralised countries like Belgium.
Artists in the UK are feeling ‘disregarded’ by the Government according to the Artists’ Union England who claim Chancellor Rishi Sunak is ignoring their calls for support. Continue reading ‘It’s like a slap in the face’ – Union calls for government response to support artists
Behind polished speeches and television slots, media teams deliberate over every word – but for some time the left has struggled to get its ideas and messages across. Continue reading Coming soon – The left’s battle to be heard after Corbyn and Sanders
Asylum seekers experience a ‘dehumanizing’ system in the UK according to the British Red Cross, who claim vulnerable people are not receiving enough support in the country. Continue reading UK is ‘dehumanizing’ asylum seekers as charities fill in essential needs and services