Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) efforts, the government tells us, "address the root causes of extremism through community engagement". But could this globalising project have counter-productive consequences?
The European referendum is taking place in the context of – and because of – the disintegration, and reinvention, of party politics in Britain and around the world. The next chapter of Blimey, it could be Brexit!
The British press is failing to
meet the highest standards in its presentation of Muslims. In a sea of
stereotypes, journalists and the public must educate themselves about the facts
beyond the headlines.
The junior doctors contract would do nothing to deliver a 7 day NHS, experts agree. The government's refusal to back down is because they see doctors as a hurdle to their plans to dismantle what we understand by the NHS - plans which have been a long time in the making.
It's a bad referendum not a good one, unlike Scotland's; as the US president finds out when comes to Britain and is taken on by Boris Johnson. This can be read on its own and is Chapter 5 of Blimey, it could be Brexit!
Facing persistent racism and a critical change to planning law, which
has been accused of being at odds with the Equalities Act and the
European Convention of Human Rights, UK Gypsies and Travellers are
saying enough is enough.