by Carol Wild Semantic satiation refers to the making strange of words by continual repetition until they become meaningless. Within the discourse surrounding the Fundamental British Values (FBV) since their introduction into schools in 2014 words such as extremism and… Read More ›
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In preparation for writing a review of the Unabomber’s new book, I have gone through my files to find all the things I and others had said about this iconic figure when he struck terror in the hearts of technophiles… Read More ›
by Laura Clancy Despite appearing to be a sycophantic fantasy, Clean for the Queen is actually a real thing. Launched by (aristocratic-loving) Country Life magazine and Keep Britain Tidy, ‘Clean for the Queen’ is billed as ‘a campaign to… Read More ›
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by Dr Shamim Miah Don’t BELIEVE THE HYPE Don’t, don’t, don’t Don’t, don’t, don’t Back, caught you looking for the same thing It’s a new thing, check out this I bring Uhh, oh, the roll below the level, cause I’m… Read More ›
by Shamim Miah The last decade has witnessed a number of prominent police‐led operations relating to child sexual exploitation (CSE) in England. Whilst much of the public discourse related to Operation Yewtree, Operation Fernbridge, and others has focused on the… Read More ›
A Decade Lost: Rethinking Radicalisation and Extremism by Professor Arun Kundnani A report released today by Professor Kundnani and Claystone (a social cohesion think tank) critiques the government’s Prevent strategy and calls on the government to end this controversial programme…. Read More ›