Total 9 Posts
Scotland Yard shows contempt for peaceful protest, arresting republicans hours before coronation3 min read
Scotland Yard is accused of violating the right to protest after arresting the head of a republican movement and other organisers of a peaceful demonstration before the coronation.
Is it safe yet?6 min read
Britain has become an insane, cruel and callous place which makes the poor pay so that the energy companies can rake in billions, a sclerotic polity which is well on the way to full-blown authoritarianism.
Anti-monarchy protesters arrested – What the law says5 min read
Police may not have been justified in making arrests over breach of the peace and public order as being provoked by a simple sign proclaiming “not my king” is probably not reasonable.
Prince of Wales: Why William inheriting the title from Charles has sparked a debate5 min read
King Charles announced that his son would take on his previous title of Prince of Wales without formally informing the first minister of Wales – as some refer to the title as being disrespectful towards Wales.
What we mean when we say we are mourning Queen Elizabeth for the values she embodied5 min read
As words go, grief feels inadequate for describing public sentiment in the wake of the Queen’s death. More than the death of an individual, people are perhaps mourning the loss of what she represented.
There is no escape from history for Britain, its new king and the rest of us3 min read
David Olusoga’s unique perspective stands out in the rushing rivers of reminiscence, royal praise, anecdote and biographical sketch.
Notes from Normal-island10 min read
As millions worry about keeping food on the table or keeping their homes warm, and thousands of businesses are facing collapse, people are not just mourning the Queen, they are mourning the Britain that the Conservatives have destroyed.