The proposed exit deal was spectacularly rejected by the house of commons and with no clear way forward. What has Brexit, the negotiations and action of government taught us?
Peter Frankopan and Akala explore China’s position as the world’s economic superpower with seismic consequences for the United States and Europe. Also the absence of Eastern history from the British history syllabus and the importance of rectifying this oversight if we are to understand the present and future of the world.
Gundeep Anand talks about how he created street football tournament The Last Stand to bring people together, and how social media has helped take it to a whole new level.
12 months on for our first article on youth violence in 2017, we revisit this subject to assess if anything has changed.
Ian Wright charts the rise of black footballers from Viv Anderson’s England debut in 1978, revealing their stories as they challenged attitudes and triggered change.
Kweku Adoboli, the former UBS trader talks about his experience of the judicial system and the Home Office Hostile Environment. He explains the government increased authoritarian tactic used with the removal of rights for offenders allowing automatic deportation.
There is disarray in so many areas, so why would we think the government is capable of handling BREXIT? From we’ve seen over the past 20 months, they are clearly intellectually challenged.
With the 22nd teenager murder in London this year, it’s clear that the authorities aren’t interesting. So where does this leave the community?
BT Sport Films presents the extraordinary story of how a young David Rocastle’s meteoric rise to stardom with Arsenal inspired boyhood friend Ian Wright to also achieve legendary status with the Gunners.
Sol Campbell explored unemployment amongst young black men in a Panorama documentary ‘Jobs for the boys’. The main assertion was ‘Unemployment for young black men is twice as high as unemployment for young white men’.