Theresa May Told To Make Britain's Judiciary More Diverse by 2025

The Huffington Post | Rachel Wearmouth | Posted 07.09.2017 | UK Politics

Theresa May must make Britain’s judiciary more ethnically diverse by 2025 to repair “chronic distrust” in the criminal justice system, a landmar...

Labour Would Have Won General Election If UK Had Ditched 'Broken' Electoral System

The Huffington Post | Rachel Wearmouth | Posted 21.08.2017 | UK Politics

Jeremy Corbyn could be Prime Minister if the UK had ditched first-past-the-post (FPTP) and introduced the same electoral system as Scotland. A study ...

Black Students '50% More Likely To Drop Out Of University'

The Huffington Post | Jasmin Gray | Posted 19.07.2017 | UK Universities & Education

Black students are 50% more likely to drop out of university than their white and Asian classmates, new research has revealed. Social Market Foundati...

How To Get More White Working Class Boys Into University

The Huffington Post | Paul Waugh | Posted 07.06.2017 | UK Politics

When she became Prime Minister in July 2016, Theresa May stood on the steps of No.10 Downing Street and set out her own personal mission for changing ...

Thousands Of Students May Miss Out On Chance To Vote In General Election

The Huffington Post | Jasmin Gray | Posted 03.05.2017 | UK Universities & Education

Thousands of young people may miss the chance to have their say in the General Election because they are not registered to vote, campaigners have warn...

Children And Poor To Suffer Most From Slow Rise In Living Standards

The Huffington Post | Ned Simons | Posted 01.03.2017 | UK Politics

Children and the poor will be hardest hit by unprecedented weak growth in living standards that will see households £5,000 a year worse off than prev...

Revealed: How Brexit Vote Split UK On Age, Education, Race

The Huffington Post | Paul Waugh | Posted 06.02.2017 | UK Politics

Britain’s deep divisions over Brexit have been laid bare by new figures showing how the EU referendum split the country according to age, race and e...

'Migrants Should Have Compulsory English Lessons To Stop Them Living Parallel Lives' Says Chuka Umunna

The Huffington Post | Owen Bennett | Posted 05.01.2017 | UK Politics

Migrants should be forced to take compulsory English classes to tackle a “lack of integration” which has “alarmed many”, according to a cross-...

White Britons Least Likely To Socialise With Different Races

The Huffington Post | Paul Waugh | Posted 22.12.2016 | UK Politics

White Britons are the least likely of all ethnic groups to socialise with other races, a new survey has revealed. The study by the social integration ...

Some Good News - World Population Day

Danny Dorling | Posted 07.09.2013 | UK Politics
Danny Dorling

11 July is UN world population day. An easy way to remember the date is that in June this year the UN demographers upped their estimate of future global population to peak at around 11billion in about a century's time. By the dawn of the 22nd Century there will be 50% more of us, they think, give or take a few billion either way. The default reaction has been to predict doom.

A Republican Post-Mortem: It's Demography, Stupid!

Joseph Yackley | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Politics
Joseph Yackley

The exit polling data is clear. Apart from political party, no other measure explains the outcome of the election more than race and ethnicity. Not gender, not religion, not age.

Cynical Silo Thinking Is Not Policy for the Green Challenges Ahead

Hilary Burrage | Posted 28.12.2012 | UK Politics
Hilary Burrage

The we-of-the-future will look back uncomprehendingly on the self-serving we-of-the-present and ask despairingly how it came to pass that our leaders were not challenged mightily by us, the electorate, about their failure to address the most pressing issues of our time.

World Population Day and the Scandal of Anti-Malthusianism

Eric Kaufmann | Posted 09.09.2012 | UK Politics
Eric Kaufmann

11 July, according to the UN, is World Population Day. The aim is to ensure universal access for the world's women to reproductive health services, including, in the fine print, voluntary family planning. In truth, the latter offers what is arguably the most cost-effective means of reducing human misery in the long term.

Numbers Count: Why Religious Population Growth Underpins the Islamist Surge

Eric Kaufmann | Posted 31.08.2012 | UK Politics
Eric Kaufmann

The victory of the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi in Egypt's presidential elections, and the strong showing of fundamentalist Salafis in legislative elections, completes a wave of Islamist electoral success that began in Tunisia and has swept the Arab world. One day soon, Islamist regimes may hold sway in an unbroken arc from Morocco to Turkey.