UK halts fracking, effective immediately
"Fracking moratorium is thanks to years and years and years of work by local communities, campaigners and fierce political pressure."
100 years later, Britain still won’t apologize for one of its...
Events like these keep people in fear. And it is easy to take things from people who are scared for their life.
Deal or no deal: Britain’s fearful future
But provided Britons change their minds in a second referendum, the EU should welcome the U.K. back into the fold.
Britain’s homeless crisis
This ideologically rooted approach to life is at the heart of many if not all of our problems.
Meet the activist who called Piers Morgan an “idiot” for criticizing...
Massive protests have greeted President Trump during his two-day trip to Britain—including a 20-foot-long giant baby Trump blimp outside Parliament.
A hostile environment: Understanding the Windrush scandal
The similarities of the recent experiences of the Windrush generation to the plight of the DREAMers in the United States, are striking.
“A government for the many, not the few”
Jeremy Corbyn and the resurgence of the British left.
20,000 Join Refugees Welcome March Through London
It comes days after the latest death at Britain's border in Calais, of a teenage boy trying to join his family in Britain.
Brexit and the New Global Rebellion
The current order is unstable. The uprising has begun. But who will lead it?
Criminalizing Refugees: The Disgrace of Britain’s Immigration Detention Centers
Fleeing war, persecution and acute poverty, men, women and children have migrated to the U.K. for generations. Coming in search of peace, instead, many find themselves being incarcerated.
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