Pride is an important, welcoming place for LGBT people of Muslim heritage, including liberal Muslims and ex-Muslims. Amrou Al-Kadhi’s article in The Guardian paints a bleak picture of London…
How Music, or lack thereof, illustrates many of the multicultural divides between Muslim communities and white British communities, one year after the Manchester Arena Attack. by…
I have always said that kicking down the EU door was not the answer to the UK’s dream. Theresa May’s speech in Florence has done nothing to change my mind.
If Britain is to emerge stronger from Brexit, key reforms and overhauling of systems in seven major sectors should be a priority for the political class.
Labour has formed a coalition of chaos among its own membership and voters. Corbynism is squatting on a time bomb of visions of Britain’s future.
British politicians have all failed to address fundamentalism, as their political agenda is greatly depended on allegiances with fundamentalists.
In this episode Benedict talks with Paige Tracey and Damon Conlan about the UK General Election, problems facing Labour, Theresa May’s strategy, and Brexit.
The number of non-religious in Britain has fallen to 48.6%, whilst a resurgence in patriotism and pride in Christianity has seen Anglican numbers increase
Progressives everywhere can take heart from Emmanuel Macron’s victory in France, but what relevance does it hold for progressives here in Britain?