Why Brexit Happened: Anti-Intellectualism and Identity

A guest piece written by Lee Clarke A few days ago I called a taxi to take me home from work. The driver was very friendly and spoke with an accent so, as I am a nerd for different cultures, I asked him where he was from and he told me he came from Turkey. […]

Nazis Belong In The Past

To the generation with parents and grandparents who fought in the Second World War and who learned about the Holocaust, Fascism and the dangers of far right radicalisation on the school curriculum Nazism seemed a horror consigned to the most shameful parts of modern history. It was unthinkable that an ideology as discriminative and inhumane […]

Claiming 2017 Back From The Haters

There is little need to recap the chaos of 2016. Certainly to anyone with a social media presence or who reads the newspapers the horrors have been all too evident. From an increase in worldwide terrorism to the shock Brexit referendum through the rise in Nationalism, evidenced by support for hate groups like Britain First […]

Why We Could Never Have Voted Brexit

It is rare to find our pro diversity group agreeing unanimously on anything. The strength of our group lies not in conforming our views to fit a party line but in respecting the different views and beliefs held by our members. This defines tolerance as opposed to conformity which pretty much encapsulates the ethos of […]