Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon is one of the most iconic films in the history of cinema. Continue reading Coming soon – Rashomon’s relevance to the fake news era
The so-called Super Thursday UK elections of May 6, 2021 were, by and large, a disaster for Labour. Continue reading Coming soon – Redaction Report’s election post-mortem of Hartlepool, Holyrood, the Senedd and the locals
At Redaction Politics, we’re steadily working to expand our content over the course of 2021. Continue reading Coming soon: Redaction Politics’ Culture Club
The North-South divide is a frequently referenced dynamic in the UK, with various stereotypes formed around the regional differences in culture, politics and many other fields. Continue reading WATCH: What is the North-South divide, and what will the Hartlepool by-election mean for Starmer?
The explosive growth of anti-vaccination conspiracies has led to concern that vaccine rollouts in certain countries may be impeded by a public who distrust the science. Continue reading Coming Soon – Investigating Vaccine Conspiracies
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death just weeks before the election gives Trump and the Republicans an opportunity to shift the Supreme Court in their favour. Continue reading Election 2020: Trump’s Supreme Court pick would align the bench to the right for a generation
In our most recent podcast, our team took a look at the key battleground swing states for November’s election and considered the possibility of Texas and Georgia going blue. Continue reading Election 2020: Does Biden stand a chance in Texas and Georgia?
Hillary Clinton chose a message of “when they go low, you go high” in the 2016 election, but should Biden try a different tactic? Continue reading Election 2020: Should Biden attack Trump on policy or personality?
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 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?