Ann Holland explores the Hillsborough disaster with the most recent drama program “Anne”, and explores the history of the Sheldon Tapestries.
Why won’t supermarkets keep their customers safe? Staff are often without face masks and this makes visiting supermarkets unsafe.
Richard Hall speaks to farmer Andrew Ward about how farmers are changing their views about Brexit due to broken farming promises.
Retired headteacher Richard Hall explains why he will not be taking up Mr Zahawi’s call for teachers to come back to the classroom.
Central Bylines editor, Simon Ferrigno, looks back on a year when cowardice, cronyism and cruelty squandered opportunities for genuine progress
Bryan Manley-Green takes us on a ride through the E.on vagaries of living through an energy crisis with a less-than-smart meter
Jack Dart analyses the latest events around anti-lockdown and anti-vaxx demos
Richard Hall offers up a seasonal verse on a Conservative Christmas as the sunsets on a year of Tory chaos and MPs get three weeks for Xmas
Settled, an organisation supporting EU Citizens with settled status, makes its Christmas appeal for funds to support their work
What does losing the North Shropshire by-election mean for Boris Johnson?
In total, I have lived in the UK for almost 23 years. I lived in England for the first two years of my life and have lived in Scotland since I was 4 years old, for almost 21 years. Only this year was I allowed to vote for the first time. I was born in […]
An update as avian flu spreads across Derbyshire. Hundreds of birds have been culled as a highly-pathogenic strain of avian flu has been found in Stratford upon Avon, Derbyshire and Leicestershire
No taxation without representation! Oh sorry, unless you’re from . . . A case for residence based voting rights
Mark Vaughan on how tax-payers are not represented when they have no voting rights. How do we decide who votes?
Excerpt – Cate Dudley tells us her experiences of doing the Cancer Research cold water challenge throughout November for 30 days.
Priti Patel looks hell bent on pulling up the drawbridge and excluding asylum seekers from Britain, whatever the humanitarian and economic cost.
Campaigners return to the streets of Hanley in Stoke-on-Trent to ask residents what they thought about how Brexit is going.
Major Taylor is a forgotten champion in the cycling world who fought discrimination on his path to become the fastest rider in the world.
Sydney Nash, a former UK/EU negotiator gives the lowdown on Article 16 and the Northern Ireland Protocol.
MPs who have second jobs fall short of maintaining integrity and ethics standards from professional bodies.
Clarke Renney looks at how the Labour Party can move forward and consign yesterday’s men Blair and Brown to history
The only conflict is that which we choose to create This month the new, extended council of the European Movement UK is formed, with the ambition to build a diverse council membership, united by a common cause. What is the European Movement? “The European Movement UK is a cross-party organisation working to build closer relationships […]