10.07.2019
Time to Rebel: Civil Disobedience for the Planet

A discussion with the Extinction Rebellion activist on the international climate group’s disruptive tactics in London and their demands for climate action.

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15.08.2018
The UK Plastic Crisis Unwrapped

Public momentum to tackle plastic waste is strong in the UK, but political barriers stall further progress.

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08.08.2017
The Challenge Facing the UK Greens Post-2017 Election

The UK Greens did not adapt to wider political changes before the general election & their vote halfed. How can they regain their distinctive voice?

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18.07.2017
Deals with Dinosaurs: the DUP

The UK election result forced the Conservative Party into a deal with a little-known Northern Irish party – who are they? A comparative look with Poland.

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06.07.2017
From Power Sharing to Power Being Shared Out

The precarious equilibrium that exists in Northern Ireland’s politics is set to come under even greater strain as May seeks to form a new government in Westminster.

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03.07.2017
Notes From an Island: One Year on from the Brexit Referendum

One year on from the Brexit vote, Britain’s new role in the world, and in Europe, is taking shape – what will it look like?

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21.06.2017
Destruction by Deregulation: the Grenfell Tower Fire

In order to make sense of this month’s devastating fire in London, it has to be placed in a context of austerity, deregulation & privatisation.

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15.06.2017
Are the Greens Still Relevant in the UK?

Following the Labour Party’s gains at the recent UK elections, on a platform adopting various Green policies, do the UK’s Green parties still have a role to play in the political scene?

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09.06.2017
The Privatisation of the Green Investment Bank: Short-Term Gains for Long-Term Losses

The Green Investment Bank was the first of its kind in the UK – what is it & what is the significance of its sell off?

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30.05.2017
“The Most Important Election of My Lifetime”

The UK election is fast approaching – we talked to Green candidate, MEP, and green economist Molly Scott Cato about progressive alliances, Brexit, and social democracy.

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