The British Labour Party is still in the depths of soul searching following its catastrophic defeat in the 2019 general election. Continue reading WATCH: How to fix the Labour Party
It was one of the most significant questions presented to the British public of the 21st century. Leave, or Remain? Continue reading Debate: Should the United Kingdom seek to rejoin the European Union?
Redaction Report will be hosting its inaugural debate later this week on whether the UK should rejoin the European Union. Continue reading Introducing Redaction Report debates
Observing members of the public clapped as the banner was unveiled and the crowd chanted “get racism out.” Continue reading Football teams express solidarity with England players through Westminster bridge anti-racism banner
Demonstrators spoke out about the threat to Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller (GRT) communities and their way of life at a gathering in Parliament Square on Wednesday. Continue reading Watch: Fight for Travellers rights at Drive to Survive demonstration in London
Corbyn joined huge numbers of protestors who marched from the BBC HQ at Portland Place to Parliament Square. Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn demands 15 per cent pay increase for NHS workers at People’s Assembly demo
The Labour Party finds itself in a dire situation, with election loss after election loss leading some to question its lasting viability as a serious electoral force. Continue reading Coming soon – A look at socialism in the UK
This time on our show, our team takes a look at the results of these elections and analyses what the results are going to mean for the landscape of British politics. Continue reading WATCH: What’s next for Labour after Hartlepool and the local elections?
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