Tag: LOBBY

The Importance of Boycotts and #CheckTheLabel

“It can be seen that boycott has successfully been a tool used to bring about change for many years throughout history. Most recently, boycotts of Israel across all sectors have been called for worldwide as a protest against their occupation and ill-treatment of the Palestinian people."

Islamophobia twists to the Baby Trump balloon saga

“The Tories have ignored countless calls for an inquiry into Islamophobia in their party from their own members...Clearly there’s a problem, and if Brandon Lewis’s respect meant anything, Michael Fabricant would be suspended”.

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...

Revealed: How British Fearmongers Made Millions

In my last article, I tried to explain the imminent threat populism poses in the western world and asserted that Islamophobia is currently the populist tool of choice. Recent financial revelations in Holland have proven this beyond doubt and provided a strong link to their influence in the UK. Politically-awake

Londoners Reject the Politics of Racism & Fear

Since London woke up to confirmation of a resounding win for Labour’s Sadiq Khan in the Mayoral Elections, another campaign of blame apportioning in the Conservative Party seems to be underway. The “blame game” for the Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith’s defeat began before the final vote count at London’s City

Zionist Ideology is the Struggle of Our Generation

As many of you will have seen from recent events, there has been a real aggressive push from the Zionist lobby in aiming to shut down debate of Israel once and for all by seeking to equate anti-Zionism with ant-Semitism. Allegations such as ‘when someone attacks Zionism they are indirectly

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Rise of the Keyboard Army | A new era of Muslim political activism

Rise of the Keyboard Army A new era of Muslim political activism Lobbying takes its name from the lobbies, or hallways, of Parliament where MPs and peers gather before and after debates in the Commons and Lords chambers. Today, with the advent of newer technologies, no longer does one need