Intergenerational trauma cannot be ignored in understanding why British minorities have been more vulnerable to Covid-19 than their White counterparts.
Government will allow up to 5,000 foreign drivers into the country on short-term visas, a measure that logistics companies and retailers have demanded for months but experts estimate a shortfall of around 100,000 heavy goods vehicle drivers.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has signalled the government’s direction and strategy as his Tory Cabinet was dramatically reshuffled with three ministers axed for poor performance and bad publicity.
A comprehensive review on race equality has warned the Conservative government’s approach risks falling short of international human rights obligations.
Meanwhile, British Defence Minister Ben Wallace says the UK will work with the Taliban should they enter the government in Afghanistan if it adheres to rights norms.
UEFA reached an agreement with the UK to allow the 90,000-seat stadium to be at about 75 percent capacity for the final three matches of the Euro 2020 tournament.
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland says public service funding cuts, including to the Crown Prosecution Service, are to blame for many rape victims not getting justice.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warns that tougher lockdown restrictions are likely as the country's infection rates reach highest recorded levels.
With just a day to spare, lawmakers voted 521-73 in favour of the agreement sealed between the UK government and the EU last week.
“Israel has occupied Palestinian land for over 50 years and Europe has barely mustered more than a few terse statements in opposition”.
Chinese, Russian and other organisations that are deemed ‘state-controlled’ will be labelled with immediate effect. What might this mean for credible journalism?
The pandemic and the George Floyd protests give society a rare window to push for change.
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