Conservative MPs have voted for the second time to reinstate “draconian” measures on “noisy” protests despite strong opposition in the House of Lords
Boris Johnson has announced that the government will lift all domestic Covid-19 restrictions for England by the end of February, despite daily cases still numbering in the tens of thousands.
Less than three months have passed since the COP26 summit, and already the British government has proven the emptiness of their commitments on global climate change. In January, the Department for Education was criticised by trade unions for it’s flawed s trategy on climate education, while at the same time 20% of local councils were […]
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As it stands, schools simply do not have the ability to limit Covid spread. Class sizes are too large – nearing thirty in many schools, teachers are off work due to Covid, and many rooms have poor ventilation
Justice Secretary Dominic Raab has proposed changes to the Human Rights Act that would make it much harder for “serious criminals” to escape deportation. As part of a new “bill of rights” which Raab seeks to establish, those who have commited certain offences would be unable to call on the “right to a family life”, article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights
The Tory government’s Nationality and Borders Bill has passed its third reading in the House of Commons
Several freedom of information (FOI) requests have shown that a number of police forces across the country are using crime prediction software or predictive policing models
Housing charities have warned that homeless people and those in poor housing are at increasing risk of the effects of climate change in the UK
Following the the deaths of 27 people in the English channel this week, the Conservative government have demonstrated nothing but a callous and dangerous attitude towards the plight of refugees.