Amy Hall is a freelance journalist based in Brighton and a columnist for openDemocracyUK, writing about the environment, democracy, corporate power and the British state in the wake of Brexit. She is a member of Shoal Collective, a newly-formed cooperative of independent writers and researchers writing for social justice and a world beyond capitalism.
UK human rights defenders escape jail for stopping deportation flight
Defendants slam ‘vicious immigration system’ as disputed charter flight deportation continues to Jamaica.
Will the new Environment Bill really deliver Gove’s “Green Brexit”?
Next week parliament starts scrutinising draft legislation, but environmental campaigners are sceptical about the...
Here’s why not everyone in fishing is excited about Brexit
It’s not the EU that’s breaking the UK’s small fishing fleets, it’s the big industry players. And Brexit could make...
The good ship Brexit’s mission of free trade and empire
It looks like we are heading for a Brexit that promotes multinational corporate interests over all.
Why Brexit threatens activism
Theresa May’s Brexit not only reduces democratic and judicial oversight of future decisions – it could restrict UK...
Of Brexit, the fracking lobby and the revolving door
Fracking firms are keen to benefit from Brexit, and are hiring firms staffed by well-placed insiders to lobby on...