Black Lives Matter

Ella Whelan explains why we all need to start talking, in person, again

Events in the US have led to a(nother) moment of reckoning for race relations spawning a similar gamut of emotions, some justified, other less so

Culture wars may give Nigel Farage another chance to ambush the Conservatives

The toppling of Colston’s statue in Bristol sends a terrible message to today’s would-be philanthropist

Being killed by a brutal policeman does not change a man’s life from bad to good

DfID is internally permitting one-sided activism to the extent of appearing to adopt it

Churchill’s statue was attacked because he symbolises the continuity of the nation

Tearing down Edward Colston’s statue conceals the past and suppresses the speech of the dead

Or does ‘direct action’ undermine democratic institutions? Graham Stewart debates with Jeremy Black

Protest, pandemic and recession are a reminder of the fine line between civility and chaos