Switzerland is set to become the most recent nation to extent marriage rights to same-sex couples following a referendum on September 26, 2021. Continue reading Swiss equal marriage vote hailed as a major step forward for LGBTQIA+ rights
With the UK Labour Party in dire straits – both in terms of ideology and polling – the British Left need a party to rally around. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Can the Green Party match their German counterparts?
Sir Keir not only missed his chance to present an alternative vision to the country during conference – he actively took Labour backwards. Continue reading Labour Conference 2021: Brighton shambles shows why Starmer won’t be PM
This is the authorised movie version of Aretha Franklin’s life. It’s authorised in that it was made with collaboration from Franklin’s family following her death in 2018. Continue reading Respect review: a musical history of Aretha Franklin’s life￼
It seems the migrant crisis has an oft overlooked solution: let them in, give them jobs and collect taxes. Continue reading We should be competing to attract asylum seekers, not chase them away
It’s party conference season in the UK, and Labour leader Keir Stamer has finally had the chance to speak before his membership in person after 18 months in the job. Continue reading Did Starmer’s conference speech cut the mustard? | Redaction News Roundup
The pact between Australia, the UK and the United States – from which it gets its acronymous name – was announced by the nations’ three leaders in a streamed conference on September 15, 2021. Continue reading AUKUS: What will this new military pact mean for relations with China?
Insulate Britain have insisted their road-blocking tactics are cutting through to the government and British public. Continue reading Insulate Britain insist ‘extreme’ but unpopular protests are needed
Sunday’s vote in Germany wasn’t just another national election – it marked the end of an era. Continue reading Traffic light? Jamaica? Groko? What do the German coalition options mean?
When the Covid-19 pandemic kicked off in March 2020, Brits were urged not to panic buy and avoid artificial shortages during a time of supply chain fears. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: All out of CO2, fuel, money and ideas