Will the US ever learn? It needs to confront its gun problem

Another mass shooting has hit the United States, in Las Vegas, and it's the worst in modern history - but why is this still allowed...

Chilcot Inquiry: Blair’s half-hearted apology doesn’t heal Iraq’s pain

The Iraq Inquiry, also known as the Chilcot Inquiry after its chairman Sir John Chilcot, has finally been published - more than seven years...

How The Internet Reacted – “The Labour Party is now a threat”

Not long after Jeremy Corbyn was elected the new leader of the Labour Party, David Cameron and his Conservative's went on the offensive. Predictable...

Are you now or have you ever been? – A new wave of British...

You may think from reading the title of this article that I'm a sensationalist, few of you may believe me to be an upstart "leftie"...

NHS weekend working: the inside story

Let me give you a bit of personal history.  Apart from writing, I have been a freelance management consultant these past 23 years, the...

British Racism: why can’t we shift Structural & Institutional Racism?

A mistrust of something you do not understand, fear of the unknown, feeling threatened by something different to your idea of normality or fear...

Obituary: Alan Rickman

Alan Rickman, beloved British actor of stage and screen has died aged 69 after a short battle with cancer. To younger generations, he formed part...

Jeremy Corbyn has won a victory for democracy

For the media, Jeremy Corbyn's failure was pre-scripted, a forgone conclusion. They have a firm grip on the power to shape public opinion in...

Tony Blair has no right to lecture about ‘imperfect knowledge’

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has launched a campaign to try to persuade the British people to change their minds about leaving the European...

Brexit: The great deception of the masses.

I predicted it would happen in our 2016 predictions article: yet the shock still hit me the morning I woke up to the news -...