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all the weird stuff that happened in politics this week

Plus some good and some bad stuff. And a word you need to know.
Marie Le Conte
7.11.19
News

the home office have been uninvited from this year's uk black pride

The UK Home Office and the National Crime Agency were due to have stalls at the event, which takes place this Sunday in London.
Alim Kheraj
7.5.19
Culture

what you need to know about the last two weeks in politics (in a fun format)

In the first instalment of Political i-Deology, we’ve got porn, one good thing that happened and Boris Johnson painting buses.
Marie Le Conte
6.27.19
Culture

meet the 19-year-old climate activist who ran for mep and isn't mad she lost

Politics student and Extinction Rebellion member Daze Aghaji is only just getting started.
Marie Le Conte
6.19.19
Culture

politics for young people by young people: meet teenage mp athian akec

The future of British politics belongs to figures like Athian, the 16-year-old Youth MP for Camden taking the old guard to task to tackle the root of knife crime in the UK: austerity.
Ryan White
6.17.19
News

new york could be the first state to decriminalise sex work

Legislators have introduced a landmark bill to better protect sex workers from discrimination and violence.
Nicole DeMarco
6.12.19
Culture

wolfgang tillmans: vote together and build a better future

The photographer discusses the latest iteration of his pro-EU campaign, a series of collaborative pan-European posters and photographs, to celebrate the world’s second biggest election.
Felix Petty
5.22.19
politics

should you care about the eu elections this week?

Here's a handy breakdown of what these elections actually are about, why they could matter and who's backing what.
Marie Le Conte
5.20.19
News

the uk’s abortion laws are no better than alabama

Amnesty International UK today condemned Alabama’s “horrifying” new abortion regulations, but reminded people to look a little closer to home, where women in Northern Ireland can face life in prison for terminating their pregnancies.
Roisin Lanigan
5.15.19
Culture

the new aoc netflix doc shows the need for emotion in politics

'Knock Down The House' has been criticised as a feel-good movie for liberals, but its point is that winning is hard and “the machine” will nearly always win in the end. What it offers is hope, and a reminder that emotions matter, especially now.
Marie Le Conte
5.6.19
News

party leaders release new pledge to target climate change in the uk

After Greta Thunberg visited the UK, politicians sat down to discuss the next steps for avoiding ecological apocalypse.
Roisin Lanigan
4.24.19
straight ups

nigerian youth on the change they want to see

Nigeria is about to vote in a new president, and the outcome will have a vast impact on the country's youth, who make up over half of the population. 17-year-old photographer Isabel Okoro captured her peers and asked them what they want for the country.
Isabel Okoro
2.13.19
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