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As the Rio Olympics draws to a close, we take a look at the how the BBC can protect itself from losing out to broadcasters like Sky and BT Sport.
Politically, it may well be ideologically hopeless.
But it is crucial to realize that, institutionally, the EU is a very plastic
Student debt is as American as apple pie. But the system is
in crisis, which is why Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is
proposing to scrap university tuition fees.
The BBC has a unique position in British
society, with a reputation for fairness, impartiality, and usefulness.
"In India, the liberalization of the foreign
direct investment (FDI) regime and related reforms are and will decide the
direction of the economy, and no, Brexit is not a factor."
Debate is not focused on the UK’s retreat from solidarity,
partnership, voice, influence and the multiple connecting ties of the EU.
the UK’s Sharia Review resemble the sharia ‘courts’: secretive procedures and discriminatory
advisors? Are the Home Office and the Church ignoring conflicts of interest and
evidence of discrimination?
says the state must put in place measures to systematically challenge the basic
assumptions of the executive, however plausible they appear. No organ of the Turkish
state can do that.
Post-factualism and incoherent political narratives are the right's new anti-opposition strategy — here’s what we must do.
How can we possibly mobilise European millennials for progressive reform
of the EU, if we continue to indulge in age-old petty bickering among the Left?
in the United Kingdom are a perfect institution to stimulate contact between
different groups and therefore help the integration of minorities.
In an uncertain
‘Brexit Britain’, we must ensure that the BBC remains a public broadcaster, as
free as possible from state interference.
If Labour is to win the next general
election, these activists must enthuse those who aren't their Facebook friends,
Twitter followers or blog readers.
Why did people vote the way they did, what were they voting for, and will they still feel the same way when the time comes to leave the EU?
The Tory party has been in bed with the City for a century. It is not
beyond belief to suppose that Cameron’s goal was always Leave while apparently
“To go to a referendum was curious…
the UK has a regime of representative government that works to ensure that
popular concerns have only limited impact on the conduct of government.”
Increasing awareness of the shady dealings of the monarchy - and the institutions that protect it - are leading to a growing republican movement in the UK.
A new British nuclear arsenal will face great obstacles. Not least: is it legal?
The BBC’s remit is not just broadcast. It has the power to improve our experiences online, and to realise the digital public sphere we want.
We could yet be
thanking the UK for saving us by the alarm bell.
The act of listening and the power of voice
constitute the ‘act in the dark’ which can unite us and re-shape the punitive
and hostile immigration landscape in Britain.
heartbreaking for me to see my British friends, once having been patriotic and
loving their country, now want to leave Britain.
We are no longer an
empire and yet the legacies of imperialism are present every-day.
The British public are tired of simplified,
polarising campaign messages, and are fast losing faith in their elected
representatives, setting the stage for a renewal of Trident by default.
As debate in the UK is pre-occupied
with renewal of Trident there is an apparent lack of awareness that the world
of non-proliferation and disarmament is changing around us.
Brexit has revealed a
culture war, which the left has been quietly losing.
The ‘new politics’ Jeremy Corbyn
proclaims must be an explicit agenda of institutional change, not simply a
change of style at the dispatch box.
We need, like my
daughter, to start rebelling against the monodimensional models of identity we
are asked to conform to.
Custom has divided
humanity, but it is the magic of humanity which can unite it again.
Parliament has to
undertake the work involved, especially if the matter is extremely complicated.
Global capitalism is more out of control than ever before.
Negotiating with the EU
may well prove much less challenging than negotiating with ourselves.
given for opposing the outcome of the British referendum have not all been so
We have reached a turning point with
an uncertain outcome, in which the British and European dimensions are two
sides of the same coin.
To make a real difference, Britain's Labour Party should be bold and think big.
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