To End Sexual Harassment in Westminster We Need to Put the Victims First

There is a harassment scandal in Westminster, and one that has frequently surfaced a dangerous question: “is it true?” It is extremely hard to admit that you are a victim of sexual assault, and the fear of being judged, humiliated or accused of lying is enough to prevent many from speaking out. Various studies suggest that false accusations […]

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On May 7th, Vote Labour

This could be the most important election of our lifetimes. Britain will change. Britain could fall back into its prejudice past. Or further into the hands of the undeserving rich—the bankers and Rupert Murdoch. Or Britain might, hopefully, finally, become a country run for us: the people. The hard-working and the deserving. No matter who you are and how […]

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Let Us Admire The Greens For Being Absurd

In a piece titled: “The Greens, chaotic as they are, give a lesson to the main parties”, The Guardian’s Will Hutton puts the rise of the UK’s minor parties into perspective: The startling rise of the smaller parties’ membership and opinion-polling presence in part reflects people’s instinctive rejection of what in reality is both democratic and economic nonsense […]

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