After the Hartlepool by-election in May, the Conservative electoral machine seemed unstoppable. Sinking such a historically staunch Labour bulwark must have made the party feel invincible. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Tory electoral momentum screeches to a halt
We at Redaction Report have been long awaiting the opportunity to show you our new logo – and earlier this week we revealed it for the world to see. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Redaction Report’s new logo has arrived
Benjamin Netanyahu’s reign may have come to an end after 12 strained years in power – but for Palestinians, the oppression remains ever the same. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Different Leader, Same Violence in Gaza
Whenever a US President and a UK Prime Minister meet, the health of this friendship is always a hot topic of discussion. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: How ‘special’ is the relationship?
Al Assad’s victory was a for gone conclusion with a widespread ballot rigging and little meanwhile opposition opt in after Syria’s brutal Civil War. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Bashar Al-Assad takes all in war ravaged Syria
Lula de Silva’s return to Brazilian politics has seen him shoot to the top of presidential polling. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: President Lula polling to beat Brazil’s Bolsonaro
Whenever a nuanced conflict flares up, political figures, commentators and activists usually go one of three ways. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: ‘Both side’-ism must end
On a seemingly disastrous day for Keir Starmer and the Labour Party, it was important to note three solid results for the supposedly Democratic Socialist party. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Labour continues electoral annihilation – but will centrists ever learn?
DUP leader Arlene Forster resigned this week following what has been a disastrous period for unionism on the island of Ireland. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: DUP embrace change for once by abandoning Arlene Foster
Fans of all types marched against the owners ripping the soul out of their clubs, which, in many cases, were built when workers came together. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: European Super League resistance is a model for people’s power