See it, say it, sorted. What makes it any different when it comes to racial abuse? Over the last few weeks, the Conservative party have deliberated who would make the best Prime Minister for our country. In a time of great uncertainty, who will be able to handle the Brexit instability? Who will be able to act accordingly for the ongoing climate catastrophe? Importantly, who will best represent the people?
What’s all the fuss about? June marks Pride month for the LGBTQIAP community. “Where’s our straight pride?!” cries John, white, 56 yo, having never been attacked simply for the love he expresses to his wife and family. June was designated after the Stonewall riots of June 1969, where members of the LGBT+ community were attacked in police raids and began an uprising against their oppression. The normalised behaviour to not
No planet B “I want you to act as if our house is on fire” a 16 year old school girl from Sweden proclaimed. The IPCC reported that if action is not taken immediately, within just 12 years time we will notice irreversible effects. We live in a world which has become obsessed with political scandals but what if we alternatively become enamoured with the beauty of nature surrounding us.
Soundbites aside In the run up to the local elections I pestered all of my friends and family to vote. I cast my vote in Leeds which remained a Labour hold overall. My home town also remained an overall Labour hold. And yet when the news reporters discuss Leeds and Lincolnshire, they jump straight to smearing the left with any losses they can grasp. Once all 248 councils were declared,