Belly Mujinga deserved more than being merely disposable


Belly Mujinga’s death has become a national tragedy. That it was entirely avoidable is all the more painful.

The death of the railway ticket officer who died after being spat at by a man claiming to have COVID-19 has been met with grief, outrage and despondency.

Two weeks with OBV


I was warned on my first day in the Operation Black Vote office that I would be thrown in the deep end. I found this to be true when given my first deadline: a 400-word profile on four of the new BME Congressmen and Congresswomen sworn in to the House of Representatives this January. Suddenly, I feared that I had forgotten to how to swim.

Panorama: Sol Campbell looking at Black unemployment


Like a number of footballers of his generation, Sol Campbell knows the good life. He spent 20 years playing football at the highest level; for Spurs, Arsenal and England. He knows lives in a multimillion pound Georgian house in fashionable Chelsea with his wife and young family.

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