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LGBTQ+ criticism of Harry Kane was unfair

LGBT fan groups have slammed the FA for asking England captain Harry Kane to not wear the 'One Love' armband during the World Cup...

The Arab World Owes Reparations Alongside The Western World

In my previous article, "Jamaica demanding reparations will fall on deaf ears", I explored Jamaica's call for reparations was made again previously in 2015...

Jamaica demanding reparations will fall on deaf ears

Jamaica will be readying the call to demand reparations from Great Britain in a bold attempt to undo the colonial injustices of the past. A...

Why slavery really ended

Monday was America's Labor Day to emphasise the dignity of labour. Although different to union strikes in 1894 that inspired the holiday, America's Civil...

Can reparations actually work?

Reparations are understood to mean cash payments for historical wrongdoing. If well designed, they are intended to acknowledge victims’ suffering, offer forms of redress...

A Wee bit of reparations by Glasgow University to the black community

Glasgow University has agreed to raise and spend £20m in reparations after historians discover they benefitted in millions of pounds from the slave trade. Glasgow...

London Slavery Museum? Seems we’re still slaves to the past

Mayor Of London Sadiq Khan supports plans for a potential British Slavery museum in London. A British slavery museum is the idea of the Fabian Society,...

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UK Election: What are the key Parties pledging?

With just over two weeks to go until the General Election, the politicians have set out their stall this week....
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Celebrating Three Years Of Impact

We recently took an organisational break at The Common Sense Network to explore the last three years. We looked...

Donald Trump found guilty on all counts in historic criminal trial

A jury in Manhattan, New York reached a verdict in the criminal hush money trial of former President Donald...

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UK Election: What are the key Parties pledging?

With just over two weeks to go until the General...

Celebrating Three Years Of Impact

We recently took an organisational break at The Common...