Martin Luther King (MLK) was born 90 years ago now, and he remains rightfully so, fondly remembered and admired. The Baptist minister and social activist found his calling helping lead the American Civil Rights movement from the mid 1950s until his assassination on the 4 April 1968. While I could talk to you for hours about the amazing and brave work MLK did for his … Continue reading How to Remember Martin Luther King
Приветствую Товарищи! Понимаю, вы пришли про товарища Трампа! Не смотрите дальше. Честь труда! (Greetings Comrades, I see you have come to read about Comrade Trump! Look no further. Honour in Labour!) Continue reading Comrade Trump(?)
As I turned over in my bed at 8:30am this morning, the sound of the BBC News alert began to ring in my ear. My eyes winced as I checked the notification on my phone, slowly adjusting to the brightness of my room. There it was, Breaking News: ‘’Air Strikes on Syria were a “highly successful mission” says UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson’’. I do … Continue reading Have the airstrikes on Syria cost us more than we bargained for?
#SchumerShutdown threatened to take over Twitter in the wake of the current US government shutdown. However, a little digging into the accounts pushing the hashtag found that they were predominantly Russian bots. Once again entangling the Trump and the Grand Old Party with Russia. The hashtag regardless became a GOP and White House favourite as they attempt to push the blame of the shutdown onto … Continue reading Russia Stokes Shutdown Fire
Power is not a lapdog that obediently sits and awaits orders – it is a retched, terrifying thing that needs constant reassurance and fuel for its fire. Power is not necessarily something the UK needs right now. The UK needs its “Wilderness Years”. Continue reading Our Place Out The Sun