The government wants to ‘house’ asylum seekers on the 220-bed accommodation barge.
Courts use participation in rap music used as evidence of ‘bad character’.
4 July 2023 was the hottest day since records began, since then wildfires and extreme heat has scorched several countries around the world.
‘Every child a wanted child; every mother a willing mother’
THE TORIES’ plan to deport migrants who arrive on small boats to Rwanda has been ruled illegal by the Court of Appeal. First announced in April 2022, the government has already given Rwanda £140 million, without managing to deport a single refugee under the scheme. The latest appeal was brought by the United Nations refugee […]
A shocking new study involving 30 water treatment works has estimated that 11bn litres of untreated sewage were discharged in 2020.
In a climate of heightened police repression Alex Rutherford discusses the way forward for militants and activists.
By R Banks and Millie Collins ON 11 FEBRUARY, 16 year old Brianna Ghey was brutally murdered, stabbed to death in Warrington Park by two 15 year olds. Brianna was transgender and had become a prominent representative of the young trans community on TikTok. Police took four days to declare that the murder ‘might’ be […]
By Jeremy Dewar THE METROPOLITAN Police is infested with violent misogynists. This isn’t rhetorical exaggeration. It’s a fact. Twelve serving Met officers have been convicted of sexual offences against women since the murder of Sarah Everard in March 2021, one every two months. Met Commissioner Mark Rowley admits this is only the tip of the […]
The Bill has passed the House of Commons.