They say the best art is often created in the direst of circumstances. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Rising from the ashes
Black Lives Matter demonstrations may have slowed down, but the conversation around Britain’s colonial history is still raging. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Decolonisation is not complete
Keir Starmer’s sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey came just days before the 13th anniversary of Tony Blair’s departure from office. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Keir Starmer is invoking Blairism – in more ways than one
Good evening. Fresh off an explosive book from former National Security Adviser John Bolton, Donald Trump had hoped his first rally in months would kick off election season early. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Trump fails to add insult to injury with tepid Tulsa rally
Good evening. A statue of Winston Churchill was given more protection than the Grenfell Tower and NHS workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
So why does Britain continue to protect racists so ardently? Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Racist statues have priority, of course
Good evening. Instead of offering even a symbolic olive branch, British protestors have been slammed by politicians for showing solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and demanding domestic justice. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Protesting during a pandemic
Good evening. America is burning – but who will save it? Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Who will intervene to bring democracy to the US?