What has the BBC really done for Sikhs?

The BBC has suspended Asian Network DJ Tommy Sandhu over “lewd comments and racist slurs” made about a female radio producer, by his colleagues in WhatsApp groups. The Daily Mail article on the topic waits until the 12th paragraph to reveal that their sources told them that Sandhu “did not make derogatory comments himself and…

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Government forced to revoke court fees for people treated unfairly at work

From today, anyone who has been treated illegally or unfairly at work will no longer have to pay to take their employers to court, the UK Supreme Court has announced. The ruling came as human rights charity Unison won a court victory against the government today (Wednesday). Unison representatives shared news on social media that all…

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Social Cleansing

Wikipedia: Social cleansing (Spanish: limpieza social) is class-based killing that consists of elimination of members of society considered “undesirable,” including but not limited to the homeless, criminals, street children, the elderly, sex workers, and sexual minorities This phenomenon is caused by a combination of economic and social factors, but killings are notably present in regions…

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Dear Theresa

Dear Theresa, You can give your corporate friends tax breaks, you can sign off government security contracts to your husband at G4S, you can cut corners on social housing expenditure with tragic consequences. You can sell off the NHS to your associates, at below-market prices, you can spend £1.5bn of taxpayer money on a deal…

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2017 General Election: Defending Diane, Rudd’s recounts and “strong and stable” leadership

The votes from the June 2017 General Election have been counted, and counted and recounted; the Tories have clung on to power while the Labour party surprised the nation. It caused Channel 4 journalist Jon Snow to admit that the media know nothing. They got it spectacularly wrong. The mainstream media showed a lot of…

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Youthful election turnout breathes hope into UK

The results from the June 2017 UK General Election have offered hope. Young people became more interested in politics, with 72 per cent of 18 to 34 year-olds coming out to vote, and the highlights did not stop there. I think it was inspirational to see Jeremy Corbyn campaign so well as leader of the…

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