Feature: What Actually is a General Strike and is the UK Going to Have One?
by Polly Smythe
Analysis: How Far Will Lula Go to Protect Indigenous Brazilians?
by Joana Ramiro
Live: Sunak’s Lies on NHS Pay Debunked, Zahawi Gets Sacked, More Violence in Palestine
Analysis: No, ‘Transparency’ Won’t Stop Amazon Being a Crappy Employer
by Craig Gent
Downstream: Geneticist Talks Race Science Myths, Richard Dawkins and 23andMe. Ash Meets Dr Adam Rutherford
A lot of racism in the 20th century was based on the debunked pseudo-science of eugenics. So why is it still believed in many aspects today? To discuss the history and resurgence of these ideas, Ash Sarkar is joined by Dr. Adam Rutherford, author of many books including Control: The Dark History and Troubling Present […]
Live: Jeremy Hunt Takes on “Doomerism”, Tories Lose the Boomer Crooner Vote
Jeremy Hunt has begged businesses and journalists to cheer up about the British economy. Can a positive attitude really save us all from 13 years of Tory-induced decline? Plus: Nadhim Zahawi gets slammed by everyone over his tax affairs; and Michael takes on a landlord. With Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani.
Report: Amazon Uses ‘Intimidation’ Against Historic First Legal UK Strike
by Polly Smythe
Opinion: Gambling Firms Prey on the Working Class. Why is Labour Taking Their Money?
by Matt Zarb-Cousin
Live: Asylum Seeker Children Kidnapped, More Met Police Convictions
The Home Office has allowed hundreds of children seeking asylum to go missing. We speak to refugee and aslyum specialist Lou Calvey to find out what’s going on. Plus: the Richard Sharp scandal at the BBC gets worse; and Sunak faces yet more criticism over Nadhim Zahawi’s tax affairs. With Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial.
Opinion: Yes, Women Fear Rape – But We Live Our Lives Anyway
by Ash Sarkar
Sainsbury’s has pulled a clothing ad which was slammed for saying women “stroll after dark”. But we do, of course - and that’s not reckless or unreasonable, argues Ash Sarkar.
Interview: Amazon Workers Go on Strike for the First Time in UK
We visited the Amazon workers striking for the first time ever in Coventry.
Opinion: Britain’s Media Gatekeepers Are No Match for America’s
by Aaron Bastani
Report: Students at UK Universities Are Helping Develop Killer Robots
by Zac Larkham
Analysis: The Police Are Psychics Now, Apparently
by Rivkah Brown
Live: Nadhim Zahawi on the Ropes, BBC’s Boris Johnson Problem
Nadhim Zahawi’s political career is on the ropes, and Rishi Sunak is not enjoying a renewed focus on super-rich people who try and avoid tax. Michael Walker and Ash Sarkar discuss the latest Tory scandals.
Analysis: Tory Blunders Give Striking Workers a Chance to Win
by Michael Chessum
Downstream: Vogue’s Dating Columnist on ‘The Sexual Marketplace’, Incels and Narcissists
It may be tempting to dismiss love and dating as trivial in an era of rising inequality and the climate crisis. However, love and the pursuit of it is a part of our daily lives and the transformation of how we interact and speak about it is worth exploring. To do so, Ash is joined […]