Covid infection rates are on the rise across the country, with some areas experiencing levels of infection five or ten times what would have triggered intervention a couple of months ago.
“Remember Brexit?”, was the title of the New York Times’ main editorial on 11 September. It summed up a sensation that was palpable during the Spring and Summer months of 2020, in Britain and elsewhere.
Black History Month within schools and in the media is almost completely tokenistic and doesn’t really delve into black history or the many struggles against slavery and oppression of black people. Yet, for those serious about defeating racism today, it is incredibly important to look back at some trailblazing struggles led by people of colour.
While the Tories try to belittle fears that intelligence officers will break the law, past precedent tells a very different story. The shadow of state collusion hangs over many deaths here in Northern Ireland, including that of Pat Finucane.