People with disabilities are still experiencing discrimination when job seeking according to three times HBSA Disabled Sportsperson of the Year and 2019 Pride of Britain nominee David Williamson. Continue reading ‘If you turn up in a wheelchair, people won’t look at your CV’ – How disabled people are still facing discrimination around the world
In the space of just over 20 years, the UK Labour Party has gone from having a near-unassailable majority at Whitehall to being in its weakest position since the 1930s. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 10: Just what the hell happened to the Labour Party?
Law and Justice will hope that Donald Trump is re-elected in November – but Joe Biden will prove a useful ally within the Democrats, Professor Aleks Szczerbiak told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Law and Justice aren’t putting all their eggs in Trump’s basket
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was a notable absence in Congress this week, where Silicon Valley leaders were peppered with technophobic questions in a vague quest to decide future antitrust policy. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Delay the election, post haste!
Jeremy Corbyn has reiterated his call for an immediate cessation of arms sales to Saudi Arabia – decrying the nation’s military intervention in an ever increasingly desperate Yemen. Continue reading Corbyn calls for action over ‘biggest humanitarian crisis anywhere in the world’
Two years after becoming embroiled in a diplomatic quarrel, Canada and Saudi Arabia continue to exchange significant amounts of oil and arms. Continue reading ‘Canada’s hands are absolutely covered in blood’: A look at Ottawa’s ties to Saudi Arabia
Around the world, the left is under threat. Continue reading Coming soon – A new series: What happened to the left?
For the first time since independence, Singapore has appointed an Official Leader of the Opposition in recognition of the unprecedented 10 MPs belonging to the Worker’s Party. Continue reading Singapore’s move towards a ‘one-and-a-half party system’
Youtubers such as Ben Shapiro, Dave Rubin, and Jordan Peterson have millions of subscribers – and their influence on the ‘culture war’ has been immense. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 9: BreadTube vs the Intellectual Dark Web
Andrzej Duda’s election victory has strengthened Poland’s hand with a European Union it has come to blows with in the past – but Law and Justice will remain close to the bloc, an expert has claimed. Continue reading Why Duda will stick close to EU despite ‘frosty’ relationship