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‘The borderless Republic’: Sheffield celebrates migration

Britain’s largest festival about refugees and sanctuary is more relevant than ever, writes Lydia Noon.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Lost in exile: The forgotten Chagos Islanders of West Sussex

A group of Indian Ocean islanders, forcibly removed from their homes 50+ years ago and deported to England, are still fighting for recognition and basic rights. By Alexi Demetriadi.

Filed in: Chagos United Kingdom

Celebrating 10 years of the Gloucestershire Services Project

The community behind the project provides a reason to be cheerful amidst the terrible news of the past few weeks, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: United Kingdom

UK general elections: the result viewed by an outsider

Indian writer Mari Marcel Thekaekara was in Britain during the elections, and writes her impression of campaigns and results.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Corbyn’s achievement sends us a rare, resounding message: hope

As May forms an unholy alliance with the DUP, there is a sense that a movement has been born, writes Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

Filed in: United Kingdom

The earth just moved…

In the wake of the election results, Chris Brazier reflects on a momentous night in British politics.

Filed in: United Kingdom

UK General Election: Youth #votingforhope

Young people don’t vote, we’re told. It’s time for you to prove them wrong, writes Jim Cranshaw.

Filed in: United Kingdom Youth

UK General Election: Security means nothing without freedom

Prime Minister Theresa May doesn’t just put UK citizens at risk, but actively undermines the tools that maintain and expand our rights as citizens, writes Tom King.

Filed in: United Kingdom

UK General Election: Why disabled people oppose the Tories

Seven long years of Tory austerity cuts and their relentless attacks on disabled people is enough, writes Linda Burnip.

Filed in: Disability United Kingdom

The Manchester bombing and the battle for peace

It’s hard to speak the truth when grief and anger are at their peak, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: United Kingdom

UK General Election: Mourning the Manchester bombing

Politics isn’t something that can actually be put on hold, writes Abi Wilkinson.

Filed in: United Kingdom

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