Interview with Jen Calleja, founder of Anglo-German arts and ethnography magazine Verfreundungseffekt.
UKIP may be a symptom of social division, but it has walked into the casino of British politics with a strong hand.
My parents taught me that you do not laugh at another person’s suffering. Yet ableism is more deeply entrenched in society than ever.
If the British parliament does not vote in favour of the euthanasia bill, we will continue to endorse suffering over relief.
The funding climate in the UK has been as inclement as the actual weather, but rays of sunshine are breaking through the dark clouds.
It was the most anticipated TV highlight of early 2014. Now that that’s done, we can all lean back and relax. Nothing will top it.
With the rise of capitalism the work ethic has become idolised and the “idle poor” scorned.
Living standards are already higher in the UK, but they are still pushing to get better.
Article by Oliver James, originally published on his blog. Image Source here. Firstly, Job Seekers Allowance in Britain is not as great as The…
An insightful narrative about life in a Welsh mining community, How Green Was My Valley by Richard Llewellyn amazes and amuses.