A new slavery museum will have no impact on racism in Britain

Sadiq Khan has given his backing to a proposal from the Fabian Society to establish a British slavery museum in London in order “to deepen our understanding of the past and strengthen our commitment to fight...

Why do we educate people in prison?

Many years ago, I trained to be a secondary school English teacher. I have always been passionate about the joys and benefits of reading. Usually, when the Government talks about reading, the focus is on...

Two-thirds of Boris Johnson’s Cabinet were privately educated, Sutton Trust research reveals

Nearly two-thirds of Boris Johnson’s first Cabinet were privately educated, research suggests. The proportion of former independent school pupils is higher than David Cameron’s 2015 top team and nearly twice...

Category - Marginalised & Excluded

Why do we educate people in prison?

Many years ago, I trained to be a secondary school English teacher. I have always been passionate about the joys and benefits of reading. Usually, when the Government talks about reading, the focus is on literacy. And of course, literacy is key to...

Elitist Britain 2019

The Sutton Trust and the Social Mobility Commission explored the backgrounds of around 5,000 individuals in high ranking positions across a broad range of British society and discovered that inequality and privilege endure with opportunity denied to...