We’re trapped in a warp speed news cycle that can be overwhelming, and exhausting. Maybe we should be on a bit of a news diet.
Forget the policy implications of the assault on healthcare in the US. This is about demoralising the population.
We need to talk about human rights abuses in North Korea.
Republicans claim to be defending disability rights with a new Ohio law banning abortion on the basis of a Down Syndrome diagnosis. This disabled woman isn’t buying it.
You’re a scrounger if you don’t work, and a drag on productivity if you do. What, exactly, are disabled Britons supposed to do with themselves?
Independent media in the US is under attack. The undermining of the LA Weekly by a conservative consortium is only the latest.
What do we talk about when we talk about ‘model minorities’?
Louise Linton embodies the best parts of American society, and is the only logical choice for Person of the Year in this turbulent era.
What does the new UK budget have in store for Britain’s vulnerable?
Jerome Powell is a weirdly uninspired pick for Fed chair…which puts him right in line with most Trump appointees.