Politics News

Lammy Targetted by Poisoned Penners

David Lammy, the Member of Parliament for Tottenham, London's most ethnic diverse constituency, and the son of Guyanese parents, is no stranger to the hate mail of racists and the more challenged users of the internet. Now, however, the MP has published a bizarre, grammatically poor and badly worded tirade he received from a deranged supporter of Anne Widdecombe, she of the anti-gay genocidal wishlist. The insane letter is full of racist epithets and what the writer obviously imagines are killer lines that will bring a black person their knees.

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How Do We Feel About Corporate Sponsorship?

Johanna Burai writes the endspiece for this month's edition of creative arts magazine Crack, which is based in Bristol and London, but publishes nationwide.

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Anarchists Not Impressed with "Rebellion"

Bristol's highly active anarchist movement, which in places has some crossover with trans-inclusive feminism, gender revolution and radical wings of the lesbian and gay movement, has sharply criticised some of the activities of the “Extinction Rebellion” protests which took place recently in the

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Corbyn is Latest Politican to Talk Hate Mail

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party, is the latest politician to reveal the extent of hate mail that our elected representatives receive from far right wingers and fundamentalists.

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Plaid's Leader Shows Pride in Trans Rights

The leader of Plaid Cymru has made the link between how gay men were treated by society in the 1980’s, and the current persecution by certain elements in society of trans people.  Adam Price was speaking at a Welsh Assembly conference organised by the top LGBT newswire Pink News.  Mr Price’s comm

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24
Jul

Jo Swinson has been elected the leader of the Liberal Democrats.  She is the first woman to hold the position of leader since the Liberal Democrats were formed, out of a merger between the Social D

16
Jul

Camille Paglia will be guesting on BBC Radio Three's “Free Thinking” programme on Tuesday evening.

16
Jul

Facebook has been in trouble with many minorities before.

09
Jul

They don't like being labelled as neo-Nazis but the Kent Socialist Alliance has taken on the highly litigious right wing party the English Democrats.

09
Jul

The former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Sir John Major, gave a rare indepth interview at the weekend to the BBC Parliament Channel's “Hard Talk” series.

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