Black and minority ethnic women are the most likely of all NHS staff groups to experience discrimination from patients or colleagues. Systemic discrimination is the single biggest impediment to their career progression.
Professor Chris Grey || 15 min read
Brexit has failed to secure public support for its current form, with the latest opinion poll showing roughly half of the population would vote to rejoin the EU, and a clear majority thinks it was a mistake to leave the EU.
Ed Balls and George Osborne’s new podcast is essential listening – but not for the reasons they thinkProfessor Danny Dorling || 6 min read
In a new podcast, former chancellor George Osborne and former shadow chancellor Ed Balls have revealed how their parties collaborated on devising some of the most damaging policies of the past 20 years.
Dr Alex Prior || 5 min read
The prime minister has acknowledged that a narrative of national decline is setting in – but he has been unable to disentangle himself from it.
Today’s COVID-19 data.
50 years after Peter Adler’s “Multicultural man”, Rishi Sunak’s diverse identity challenges stereotypes and raises questions on multiculturalism.
The Sikh Council UK seems to be trying to stir suspicions against India. Were they to succeed, it would be profoundly damaging in all sorts of ways.
The Home Office’s stringent policies are resulting in unnecessary hardship for EU citizens. Recent immigration rule adjustments have resulted in unfair rejections and a convoluted administrative process.
Sunak should be wary of backtracking on net zero – What history tells us about flip-flopping on the environment6 min read
Rishi Sunak has delayed some of the UK’s key net zero targets – a look back at history may explain why.
You asked for it (well, no you didn't but,) the Oys! and Yos!
The prime minister’s decision to delay or scrap green measures will make it harder for the UK to keep its climate commitments.
We are witnessing the creation of a new conspiracy theory that, if true, is a clear and present danger to our democracy.
Are Keir Starmer’s right-leaning policies neglecting pressing issues like homelessness and poverty? Why are both Labour and Conservative parties ignoring public support for nationalising key sectors and rejoining the European Single Market?