After a bit of a hiatus, the Redaction Politics podcast will be back next week. Continue reading Coming soon – Redaction talks ‘cancel culture’ and Rishi Sunak’s new schemes
After winning the Labour leadership election in April Sir Keir Starmer took over a party in the midst of civil war and on the back of a crushing General Election defeat, Labour’s fourth in a row. Continue reading Keir Starmer stormed to the Labour leadership three months ago. How’s he doing?
Labour’s Shadow Minister for Peace & Disarmament Fabian Hamilton published an open letter to Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg stressing that the Committee on Arms Export Controls has not met for six months. Continue reading UK arms exporters face little scrutiny from MPs with key committee yet to sit, stresses Shadow Minister
‘Nationalism’ is at the heart of recent border clashes between India and China taking the lives of at least 20 soldiers – but both sides fear the risks of all out war. Continue reading India-China border clash presents deescalation challenge for two ‘very nationalistic’ governments
Evictions are banned for a further two months in England and Wales – but renters are urging the government to guarantee further protections as research shows thousands are facing the possibility of severe financial hardship Continue reading Fears of ‘tidal wave of homelessness’ hitting Britain remain in spite of eviction ban extension
New gender legislation passed in Hungary could set the stage for further attacks on the LGBTI rights, campaigners have warned. Continue reading Hungary’s anti-transgender legislation sparks fears of further discrimination against LBGTI people