Professor Diane Reay explains how England’s education system merely reflects rather than remedies inequality and how it has always failed the working-class.
Month: Jun 2019
The relentless rise in house prices in Britain over the past several decades, says Hilber, has worsened levels of inequality by giving the children of long-term home owners access to large sums of capital and presenting the children of poor parents with house prices that are beyond their means.
The Violent Far-Left
TJM’s report on the 9th December 2018 Brexit Betrayal protest and counter-protest shines a light on the violent far-left and suggests its tactics are feeding right wingers’ growing sense of resentment.
Global week of action on inequality
It’s not about you exerting effort. The entire system is against you. Even if you study well your dreams will be crushed. The future will be bleak unless we band together and fight inequality.
Free speech under attack after anti-Brexit Soubry and Jones heckled
The shrill responses of MPs, far-left tweeters and some media commentators to the boorish heckling of MP Anna Soubry and journalist Owen Jones by pro-Brexit demonstrators outside parliament last week could lead to further restrictions on our freedom of speech at a time when many of us are already nervous about voicing our opinions.