After scaremongering, Geert Wilders failed to muster the kind of support many people feared he would. Perhaps that shouldn’t have been a surprise.
With the triggering of Article 50, Britain is facing a calamity.
How does a digital society in turmoil develop a cohesive platform for change?
40 Days for Life has spilled across the Atlantic, and British pro-choice organisers are leading the resistance.
Sorting fact from fiction after a terrorist attack in Westminster.
Geert Wilders didn’t win, but did the Dutch really say no to populism?
Should it be legal to force employees to remove their hijab? European courts think so.
Compulsory sexual education in Britain sounds like a good idea, until you read about all the exemptions and exceptions that block truly comprehensive sex ed.
Research shows that the church has become a leading cause of mental distress among lgb people, from pushing people out of their faith home to sponsoring hate.
Le Front National, France’s neo-Nazi nationalist party, didn’t spring up in a vacuum. Learn about the history of the right in France — and why their populist rhetoric doesn’t equate to supporting ordinary French people.