Sunday’s vote in Germany wasn’t just another national election – it marked the end of an era. Continue reading Traffic light? Jamaica? Groko? What do the German coalition options mean?
The UK government has announced plans to allow shops to sell goods solely in imperial units – such as pounds and ounces – following the nation’s departure from the European Union. Continue reading UK government proposals to bring back imperial measurements slammed as ‘gesture politics at its worst’
Redaction Report spoke to Mays about how his party came to be and what he thinks is going wrong for Labour under Starmer. Continue reading WATCH: Breakthrough Party founder Alex Mays discusses Labour and the future of socialism in the UK
Before the Taliban returned to power, their representatives met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in July 2021 – and it is possible that China may recognise the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (the Taliban regime) as the nation’s government. Continue reading What will relations between China and Afghanistan look like with the Taliban in power?
The Conservative Party has led the government of the United Kingdom for more than 10 years now – yet polling still shows their position is strong. Continue reading Why are the Tories still so strong in the polls? | Redaction News Roundup
An anti-war campaign group has challenged former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair to debate the ongoing situation in Afghanistan and Britain’s involvement in the conflict. Continue reading Stop the War coalition challenges Tony Blair to public debate about Afghanistan crisis
Since the Taliban retook the country with lightening speed, horrifying tales of human rights abuses have surfaced with an equal lack of delay. Continue reading What’s next for Afghanistan? | Redaction News Roundup
For Redaction Report’s first edition of our weekly new roundup show, we take a look at two stories that have hit headlines over the past week – Afghanistan and the climate emergency. Continue reading Fall of Kabul and Code Red for humanity | Redaction News Roundup
The Breakthrough Party has a council seat for the first time after a town councillor in Yorkshire defected from Labour. Continue reading New socialist party gets first ever councillor after Labour defection
Since Xi Jinping assumed power in 2012, China has widely been perceived as pursing a more assertive foreign policy – contrasting years of former leader Deng Xiaoping’s philosophy of “hide and bide.” Continue reading Tensions mounting in the South China Sea as China’s military power grows – but will there be escalation?