Tag: stop and search
Opinion: The Met Just Apologised After Strip-Searching Me. I Don’t Believe a Word of It
by Koshka Duff
Report: Are Random Police Drug Swabs Legal?
by James Greig
Long Read: The Left Won’t Win the 2020s by Clinging to the Corpse of the Labour Party
by Jonas Marvin
Downstream: Why All Drugs Should Be Decriminalised. Interview With David Nutt
The criminalisation of drugs has almost no impact on drug use, denies access to proven medical treatments and disproportionately targets people of colour. Yet the idea that drugs are ‘evil’ and that drug users are criminals is entrenched in international and domestic law. How can we begin to shift this point of view? What are […]
Opinion: The Police Are Going Backwards On Institutional Racism – And Their Most Powerful Officer is In Denial
by Ash Sarkar
Ash Wednesday: White Lines Matter
In the UK, evidence suggests white people are more likely to take drugs than other ethnic groups. So why are people of colour getting searched more often?
Report: Racist Policing Accelerated During the Pandemic. Mounting Protests Could See It Get Even Worse
by Sophie K Rosa
The Lockdown: Policing by Consent?
Live: ABOLISH SILICON VALLEY
On this episode of #TyskySour Michael is joined by Ash Sarkar and Wendy Liu to talk stop-and-search in the UK, a socialist tide in the US, and whether it’s time to abolish Silicon Valley.