George Readings reports on No Woman’s Land, a book documenting the experiences of female journalists; it was launched today to mark International Women’s Day.
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George Readings reports on the launch of the Times’s campaign to make life easier for cyclists in London and all around the country.
Theresa May’s desperation to be seen as a strong home secretary is apparent in how badly the banning of Islamist thugs Muslims Against Crusades has been handled.
George Readings reports on the controversy surrounding banned Islamist extremist Raed Salah – who was set to appear in Parliament alongside three Labour MPs.
For the Home Office, its recently relaunched Prevent strategy was its third attempt at creating an effective counter-extremism strategy.
Counter-terrorism expert George Readings looks at the problem of Islamist extremism in university and examines what can be done to tackle radicalism.
The Left must not allow a proud history of anti-fascism to be hijacked by alliances with Islamists, which won’t help victims of bigotry, reports George Readings.
George Readings explains why the 7/7 inquest into the July 7th al-Qaeda bombings in London fails to help us understand the modern terrorist threat.
Nearly a month after what appears to have been a Daily Star scoop, The Independent reports that the English Defence League does indeed intend to become a legitimate political party.
Searchlight, the group behind the anti-BNP ‘HOPE not hate’ campaign, have today published Fear and HOPE, a report examining British attitudes towards culture and identity in the 21st century.