Ever since Russia’s tanks rolled into Ukraine in February 2022, Britain has stood alongside President Zelensky, providing support through weapons and aid.
The world of politics is fast paced and relentless (apart from during recess- thanks for that Parliamentary Bureau, that’s really helped our analytics!), so politicians don’t really have much time to do normal-person things.
In May last year, the BBC announced it planned to stop airing CBBC and BBC Four as traditional broadcast channels, due to cost-cutting measures and a seemingly admirable drive to “constantly innovate”.
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ALERT!!! Lecturers are being oppressed!!! Their freedom of speech is under attack!!! Don’t worry though, the Tories will save them.
Attaching security tags to every basic food item will not make people shrug their shoulders and pay up. It will make them not eat. Punching Up asks whether this is more important than supermarkets losing money. They're locking up milk, cheese and meat. The vegans, I...
Organ donor laws in Northern Ireland now match up to the rest of the UK. The opt-out system is in place as laws are getting passed in Northern Ireland again following a stalemate at Stormont.
The name's whale, beluga whale. Or Hvaldimir [Wale-De-Mir], to his chums. In the last few days, one of the ocean's biggest viral celebrities has appeared once again on the coast of Sweden. Suspected to be a Russian spy agent - no, it's not Abba, although that might...
Political party merch can be one of the most wasteful uses of material, the question is, how wasteful has Labour been with theirs?
Ben Roberts-Smith VC sued for defamation after three Aussie newspapers called him a war criminal. Turns out they were right.
This Saturday is one of the jewels in the English sporting calendar’s crown as Manchester takes over London, with united and city meeting in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium.
Geraint Davies, Labour MP for Swansea West, has been suspended from the party pending an investigation into claims of “completely unacceptable behaviour”, this morning (June 1).
Trans activist, Riz Possnett, glued themselves to the floor wearing a “no more dead trans kids” t-shirt in front of Kathleen Stock.
Hope of preventing the Tories’ oppressive Public order bill seems to be out of reach for most, including Keir Starmer’s Labour, but rare rumblings of rebellion from the House of Lords hope to deal the belligerent bill a ‘fatal’ blow.
In the last hour, two Just Stop Oil protestors have been arrested by the Met police for… walking in the road?
In England and Wales, black people were found to have received Covid-related fines at a rate three times higher than average. According to a study commissioned for Britain's police chiefs, fines were three times more likely to be issued to black individuals and seven...