Transgender Marathon Runner Challenges Anti-Doping Policy

A trans and non-binary marathon runner has drawn attention to an excessive anti-doping policy that makes it more difficult for trans athletes to participate in US marathons. Here’s the story.  Unfair Treatment in Sports “I feel optimistic that change is possible” – When 27-year-old marathon runner Cal Calamia was contacted by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency … Read more

Andy Burnham: Suspend the ‘Right to Buy Scheme’ to Help Housing Crisis

Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham is putting pressure on the government to suspend the ‘right to buy scheme’ that has allowed people to buy their council house for a discounted rate.  Housing Crisis “Getting Worse Every Year” Featuring on a radio show, Mr Burnham said,  “We lose social homes every year, and across Greater … Read more

£500 Million Mistake? Rwanda Deportation Bill Faces More Deafening Defeats in the House of Lords

The highly contentious Rwanda deportation bill has been shot down for a second time in the House of the Lords, but Downing Street remains confident. Second Defeat in the House Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s controversial Rwanda deportation bill has been defeated by his peers in the House of Lords for the second time.  The proposed … Read more

Stop the Boats’ Slogan Sounds Hollow as 400 Migrants Cross the English Channel in One Day

Monday saw the highest number of migrants crossing the English Channel into the UK this year, raising concerns and criticisms from government opposition. 400 in One Day According to figures from the Home Office, more than 400 migrants successfully crossed the Channel by boat to reach the UK on Monday. 40,000 Under Sunak This sets … Read more

2024 Spring Budget: The Key Moves You Should Know

The British Chancellor has announced the 2024 Spring budget, with a combination of surprises and more predictable economic moves from the Conservative government.  Last Pre-Election Budget With the next UK general election hot on the nation’s heels, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has taken to the House of Commons to share the last budget scheduled before voters … Read more

Hungary Bars Teenagers from World Press Photo Exhibition Over LGBTQ Images – ‘Mind-Boggling That It’s Happening in Europe

The Hungarian government has banned under-18 visitors from the prestigious World Press Photo Exhibition in Budapest, over images with LGBTQ content.  Shocking and Mind-Boggling In a decision deemed “shocking,” and “mind-boggling” by the event director, Hungarian lawmakers have prohibited people under the age of 18 from visiting the World Press Photo Exhibition currently being held … Read more