Capitalism: The true enemy of racial equality

Reading the news every day has been difficult. The images of a man struggling for breath as a white police officer pins him down are not easy viewing for anyone. How many more times do we have to see this? Why does it have to happen in the first place? I don’t know the answer to the first question. In an ideal world I would … Continue reading Capitalism: The true enemy of racial equality

The untouchable Dominic Cummings

How many times have we seen this before? Anger, disgust, contempt. A carefully worded statement outlining why it’s not as bad as it’s being reported. In fact, the reports have been sexed up and exploited to create the ‘scandalous’ news story gripping the nation in such a way we have not seen during these turbulent political times. But the carefully worded statement creates even more … Continue reading The untouchable Dominic Cummings

27 Years and Finally 96 Counts of Justice

On the 15th April 1989, 96 innocent people had their lives cut short in what was Britain’s worst ever sporting disaster. After a long, emotional campaign of 27 years, their deaths have finally received the justice they should have deserved on the day. Growing up in Liverpool, Hillsborough was on the memory of many people, and although it was after my time, I was brought … Continue reading 27 Years and Finally 96 Counts of Justice