When discussing Australian farming practices, the term ‘mulesing’ keeps coming up. So what does this mean, and what are the wider animal welfare concerns from this deal?
If Tory government efforts over the last ten years are anything to go by, there will never be a ‘bonfire’ of EU red tape.
Howard Goodall looks at the effect the pandemic and Brexit is having on the UK’s once-thriving live music industry.
Johnson’s failure to resolve the problem with Brexit and the Northern Ireland border is what’s causing all the current tensions
It is important for consumers to know who funds GB News, so that they can choose whether they deal with companies who fund divisive news.
Schools and covid – as any parent knows, kids spread coughs and colds. And covid. But that evidence escapes the prime minister.
Experts this week gave evidence to the APPG on coronavirus on why we need a public inquiry into the government’s handling of the pandemic, when it should happen and how it would work?
The Daniel Morgan report contains serious allegations, and lessons need to be learned about how the police is run in the UK.
At the height of Pride month, join the team at the Bylines Network podcast, as we discuss the history and state of LGBTQ+ rights in the UK and across the world. Hosts Chris Davis and Connor Lamb open the discussion with a look at what Pride has become in 2021, the commercialisation of Pride and […]
Johnson always writes two versions of every speech, here is the unused version of his covid address to the nation about further restrictions.
Dido Harding, former Test and Trace supremo, has indicated that she wants the NHS top job when it becomes vacant next month.
Gibraltar and Northern Ireland were both predicted to be Brexit flashpoints but so far only one of them has been. Why? David Henig examines the role that strong and clear leadership has played in both cases.
Steve catches up with Tim after a while apart, to discover that Tim’s been busy celebrating the pubs being open
The professional qualifications bill has many problems, the Henry VIII powers, and the potential of brain drain overseas.
The SNP focuses on becoming independent but how will they fund it all? | Isabel Ralphs
As some of the England fans boo their own players before a ball has even been kicked in the European Championships, Roger Winterbottom wonders whether it’s all really just a philosophical debate.
Sue Wilson, now a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, follows up on her first three open letters to the prime minister. Sue is chair of Bremain in Spain and dedicates her time to campaigning for the rights of UK citizens in the EU.
Refugee Week is promoting a number of simple acts whereby individuals or groups can undertake small acts in support of refugees or to raise their own awareness.
The line between patriotism and nationalism is almost indistinguishable today. Whereas it once meant a devotion to a particular place and particular way of life, now it is about creating an ‘us vs them’.
The question of a Scottish independence referendum. To avoid a constitutional crisis Scotland and Westminster might need to look at Canada and Québec, and the Czech-Slovak velvet divorce?
Hasnain Khan concludes his article series on health inequalities and the Marmot Review by discussing the importance of sustainable communities, where citizens are involved in volunteering, charity work. By doing so, people will live healthier lifestyles and the health gap will shrink.
Shelter, the housing charity, claims that with the end of the eviction ban, “1 in 4 private renters are worried they will lose their home”
Brexit negotiations are continuing, with the UK and EU at an impasse over the Northern Ireland protocol and checks on British goods
Biden has apparently ordered a rare diplomatic rebuke to Johnson over the UK’s failure to implement the Northern Ireland protocol
Dangerous views must be called out and condemned for the disgusting nonsense they represent. But does that mean that the owner of those views has taken a permanent stance and can never learn and evolve and move beyond outrageous immature attitudes?
Hasnain Khan writes about health inequalities in the UK; using the Marmot Review, the Labour Party should compile a manifesto where strategies are implemented to improve work-life balance, and thus health equality.
Alex Toal analyses the difficult tightrope that Chancellor Rishi Sunak has to walk in advance of the G7 summit in Cornwall, balancing his desire for a special relationship with Biden with that of maintaining his vision for deregulation Britain.
So what next? Are we to be friends or foes? This was the question addressed in the latest online event run by the EU|UK Forum. Sadly, the consensus was that, while we may not be enemies exactly, we’re not friends either.
It is almost medieval in its assumption that once a girl has reached sexual maturity, she is a dangerous and serious risk to the established social order while male youths are just ‘lads’ awaiting maturity. Both Robinson and Begum should be permitted to put their youthful foolishness behind them and get on with their lives.
Are you wondering how to opt out of NHS data sharing? Here is a simple guide to what you need to do to stop the NHS data grab!