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The importance of being a member of a political party

The autumn season, typified by the shortening of days and the browning of leaves, is also the season of political party conferences – a gathering of party representatives, members, journalists, activists, and all those who wish to participate in the trajectory of Britain’s socio-economic...

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Andrew Norfolk, The Times Newspaper, and Anti-Muslim Reporting

Over recent years, it would have been difficult for many readers to be unaware of several apparent “scandals” centring on British Muslim communities that have been seemingly exposed by the award-winning journalist, Mr Andrew Norfolk. Over a period of 15 months, Norfolk had published three...

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The Far-Right: The Fastest Growing Terrorist Threat

Earlier this month witnessed a devastating far-right terror attack against a synagogue in Halle, Germany, in which at least two people were killed. This attack is eerily similar to the terrorist attack against mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, in March 2019. Indeed, prosecutors have argued...

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Secret database reinforces PREVENT flaws

Amidst existing criticisms of the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy as innately discriminatory and counterproductive, the latest revelation of a secret PREVENT database serves to compound such concerns. The counter-terror police have been compiling a database of thousands of PREVENT...

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What does it mean to be “Extremist”?

The Government appointed counter-extremism commissioner, Sara Khan, released her much anticipated report titled ‘Challenging Hateful Extremism‘ on Monday the 7th of October. The report, which called for an overhaul of the Government’s counter-extremism strategy primarily focused...

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Calls to decolonise education grow

Recent proposals by Russel Group universities to ‘decolonise’ their history courses, is an encouraging continuation of a current pattern amongst universities of acknowledging and confronting their historic association with colonialism. One such venture is that by Glasgow University which signed...

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The danger of government disengagement

A panel debate at the Conservative Party conference entitled “Challenging Islamophobia” has called into question the legitimacy of efforts by certain segments of society to tackle Islamophobia, highlighting a wider disconnect between official understandings of Islamophobia and the experiences...

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Mercedes F1 sack four staff members for Islamophobia

The Mercedes F1 team displayed great leadership earlier this year when they dismissed four people for the racist bullying of a Muslim member of staff. He had been called a “Muslim terrorist f**k”, and his former colleagues put up a poll during Ramadan on which they signed and dated...

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The importance of being a member of a political party

The autumn season, typified by the shortening of days and the browning of leaves, is also the season of political party conferences – a gathering of party representatives, members, journalists, activists, and all those who wish to participate in the trajectory of Britain’s socio-economic and...

Read more
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