We’ve come a long way from the days of unethical experimentation on – and routine institutionalisation of – autistic people, but critics of the Spectrum10K study fear it has murky … Continue reading Autistic voices speak out about “concerning” new research study
Recent discussions on racism have moved us away from ideas around tolerance and being “not racist” and towards an aim of being “anti-racist”. That’s why it’s absolutely crucial we now tackle the more insidious – and dangerous – racism inherent in the products and technology we use every day.
There’s a shocking amount of resistance towards going electric – but why? There’s nine years left until we reach the government’s proposed 2030 target for the end of new petrol … Continue reading Electric cars not sparking joy for motoring Brits
Changes are coming with how GPs handle your sensitive information but privacy campaigners are uncomfortable with the plans. What’s happening and what do you need to do if you’re unhappy with the idea? You can opt out – should you, and how?
There aren’t many people who don’t enjoy a good singalong. The power of a song to transport you back in time is legendary. Only the other week, a medley of … Continue reading Entertaining the idea of bringing back gigs – ‘Let the Music Play’ campaign unites an industry
The British public are being held in contempt by those who deign to rule us. Dominic Cummings and his employee, Boris Johnson, have already been held in contempt once by … Continue reading Are you being gaslit by your own government? A million ways to tell
As the media across the globe works on whipping the general public into a frenzy, Tannice Hemming examines the limitations of self-quarantine, as recommended for all those who may have … Continue reading Coronavirus: what are the limitations of self-quarantine?
Since Boris Johnson became Prime Minister, we have passed no legislation, with the exception of the Domestic Abuse Bill. Our Parliament simply isn’t working. It’s not functioning. Yesterday, we heard … Continue reading Brexit: The beginning of the end? It’s not even the end of the beginning
With the news that Brexit uncertainty caused one vulnerable man to succumb to an attack of psychosis, SSZeeMedia ask, could Brexit be bad for your health? Tannice Hemming investigates. Described … Continue reading Is Brexit ‘doing your head in’? You’re not alone, however you voted
With fears that newly appointed Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, aims to erode Britain’s employment rights once we’ve finally left the EU, SSZee Media plan an incisive, in-depth look at workplace … Continue reading Workplace Discrimination Matters Part One: Internalised misogyny, insidious discrimination and sexual harassment
• Iconic TV series will get a spectacular remake in a co-production worth £113m ($150m) • The 2018 remake of The Far Pavilions will be 30 one-hour episodes of high-end drama, combining … Continue reading The Far Pavilions: Mayor announces biggest-ever UK/India TV production
• Future relationship must be based on access to talent as well as trade and investment • Sadiq calls on British Government to make it easier … Continue reading Mayor backs new special relationship with India