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’.
27 June, Nanterre (a banlieue of Paris): two policemen stop a car, one shouting, ‘Open or I put a bullet in your head!’. Seconds later, a shot. 17-year-old Nahel M is dead.
By Alex Rutherford SHAMIMA BEGUM has lost her latest appeal to regain British citizenship after this was stripped from her on supposed ‘national security grounds’ after she travelled to Syria to join ISIL in 2015, when she was just 15 years old. She is now being held at the al-Roj detention camp in north-east Syria. […]
Jeremy Dewar reviews Claude McKay: The Making of a Black Bolshevik
By Jeremy Dewar TWO TO three thousand people turned out in central London on Saturday 10 September to protest the killing of Chris Kaba by the police the previous Monday. The large response clearly surprised the police and organisers, just as it lifted the spirits of the grieving family. Another police murder Chris was the […]
We need working class self-organisation to stop police harassment in schools and on the streets
The PCSC Bill must be defeated.
The recent revelations by Azeem Rafiq have illuminated the deep rooted racism faced by many cricket players.
Despite a career of abuse, cover-up and racism, Cressida Dick will be reappointed as Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police.