Seven questions about the seven #LabourSplitters

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RADIO: #NeverAgain a year on

A year ago today, a 19-year-old walked into his old school in Florida and killed 17 people with an assault rifle. Two survivors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas school talk about what has happened since. https://soundcloud.com/irahmanjones/neveragain-a-year-on-what-has-happened-since Read more about the Never Again campaign and March For Our Lives.

WWE stars pull out of Saudi Arabia show after Khashoggi death

WWE stars John Cena and Daniel Bryan have pulled out of an event in Saudi Arabia which is happening on Friday. They haven't said why, but some are suggesting it's because of the way the Middle Eastern country has handled the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He was a critic of the Saudi government who … Continue reading WWE stars pull out of Saudi Arabia show after Khashoggi death

Budget 2018: Wages, mental health support and universal credit

The day we've been waiting for all year has finally come around - the budget's been announced. Ok - that might be a stretch but the government has outlined what it's going to do with its money for the next few years. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond stood in Parliament for more than an … Continue reading Budget 2018: Wages, mental health support and universal credit

Cannabis in Canada: Pardoning people for possession isn’t enough

Canadians will get pardons if they were convicted of possessing marijuana before it was legalised. That means their criminal record for cannabis possession is kept separate from other criminal records - but it doesn't erase the crime. It could still affect people in situations like job applications, travelling abroad and getting houses - and the … Continue reading Cannabis in Canada: Pardoning people for possession isn’t enough

Moss Side: A history of the Manchester neighbourhood

A shooting in Manchester's Moss Side area which injured 10 people is being investigated by the police as attempted murder. Moss Side has historically had a reputation for being a neighbourhood of gangs and gun crime - a characterisation historian Dr Charlotte Wildman describes as "unfair". But it's not always had that reputation and, in recent years, … Continue reading Moss Side: A history of the Manchester neighbourhood