Daniel Trilling is a journalist and author based in London. His writing was shortlisted for the 2022 Orwell Prize
Published in: Home: OpinionI’ve never been on strike before. Here’s why today was different
OPINION: I’m walking out in solidarity with colleagues, even though I have my own problems as a freelancer
Published in: oDR: NewsFears for Ukrainian human rights activist captured by Russia
Anti-racist and anti-fascist campaigner Maksym Butkevych was reportedly taken prisoner while fighting last month
Published in: Home: AnalysisIt’s 5 years since Grenfell. Here’s what we’ve learned from the inquiry so far
Housing journalist Peter Apps tells openDemocracy about the corporate and state failures that led to the fire
Published in: Home: FeatureThe ‘hostile environment’ is 10. It blighted these women’s lives
A decade after Theresa May declared a ‘hostile environment’, many immigrants to the UK are stuck in legal limbo
Published in: Home: OpinionPrivatising Channel 4 is a right-wing attack on media freedom. Here’s why
The government’s actions echo the behaviour of populists elsewhere in the world. But there’s a twist
Published in: HomeInside Theresa May's "hostile environment"
The British government feels obliged to make life hell for immigrants arriving in the UK. Another example of how in...