Japan’s largest mass murder since the Second World War is going largely undiscussed, as are its implications. Here’s why you should care that 19 disabled Japanese people were knifed to death in their beds.
A female Prime Minister isn’t necessarily a feminist victory, and Theresa May’s record on social issues illustrates why.
The results of the Brexit referendum were devastating and unpredictable…but the worst is yet to come.
The British far-right barely let Jo Cox’ blood dry on the street before it began attacking her and everything she stood for.
Straight responses to the Pulse shooting are erasing very real social issues from racism to homophobia to the destruction of a generation. Here’s what they aren’t understanding about the social significance of America’s worst modern mass shooting.
Gillian Fairgreave tried to commit suicide: British officials responded by jailing her. The nation’s effective criminalisation of her mental illness is poor policy, and it will endanger future patients in similar situations.
Britain’s disabled people have faced years of austerity and a steady stripping away of social supports. The European Union has provided them with means for fighting back, which could make a Brexit devastating for them. Here’s why writer Philippa Willits will be voting to stay in.
Kiddle, the newly introduced “kid-friendly” search engine, makes it hard for children to find resources to help with sexual violence and other threats.
Junior doctors in Britain are struggling to protect their rights in the workplace while providing the best care to patients.