Tag: LABOUR

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Why Muslims Should Vote

Scholars of Islamic law are discussing whether voting is obligatory or recommended, let alone forbidden!

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Is Anti-Muslim Prejudice an Election Issue?

Last night saw the first election debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.

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Conference season shows the looming Brexit showdowns will be brutal

Party conference season has come and about to go. It is a time where the internal politics of each party are laid bare as members and supporters from across the country all congregate in a central location once a year. A melting pot of differing factions and views if you

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Muslims need to have their say on Brexit – before Boris becomes the norm

Boris’ blunders may have faded away from the news cycle, but if we do not push daily for our rights and interests, Boris is just the beginning...

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Whilst the Establishment are away, people power takes a lead on Brexit

"The will of the people has changed and will continue to change as the realities of Brexit are discovered."

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The Windrush scandal is just the tip of the racist iceberg in British politics

Many of MPs lamenting the Windrush scandal supported the legislation that paved the way for it in the first place—the Immigration Act 2014

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Corbyn haters seem happy to be anti-Semitic to prove he is

To think that an issue as serious as anti-Semitism would be weaponised as is evidenced by the actions of Corbyn's critics and opponents is deplorable to say the least

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A Tangled Web of Religion in Politics

Some may say that the political arena is no place for religious sensibilities but, now and again, religion does raise its head...

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What’s the problem with Women-only train carriages?

Shadow Minister Chris Williamson and MP for Derby North is being censured for his comments on the proposed implementation of women-only carriages on trains. After sharing statistics on the rise of sexual assaults Williamson said, “It would be worth consulting about it,” Williamsom told PoliticsHome. “It was pooh-poohed, but these statistics

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London Inferno: A tale of two cities

Laughing with your friends as you walk back from the night prayer. Looking forward to seeing your wife and then eating the suhūr together. Perhaps letting your mind wander to what you should buy for your children’s Eid presents. Suddenly you see hint of a flame in the distance. Your