Boris Johnson as PM: If you’re not worried, you should

With the elimination of Michael Gove from the Conservative party’s leadership contest, we are down to the final two, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, on whom the Conservative party membership (incidentally, a minuscule slither of the electorate) will vote. Given Johnson’s popularity with party members, it seems as though another old Etonian coronation is inevitable. […]Read More

Comic Relief and White Saviorism: Why David Lammy is Right

The recent Twitter spat between MP David Lammy and journalist Stacey Dooley has highlighted just how uncomfortable the UK’s relationship with charity in Africa is. Dooley posted an image of herself and a Ugandan child on her Instagram, where she was filming for Comic Relief; Lammy then commented on Twitter that “the world does not need […]Read More

Why Businesses Are Failing Us On Climate Change

Political, cultural and business elites from all corners of the world recently attended the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) summit in Davos. High on the agenda was climate change. Attendees gave David Attenborough’s passionate environmentalism a standing ovation and commended the activism of Greta Thunberg.  Yet at the same time, a record number of private jets […]Read More