EXCLUSIVE: Criminalising homelessness is a cruel use of the law

In an exclusive for Media Diversified, Samir Jeraj from the Museum of Homelessness reveals for the first time the findings of an FOI request from last year that indicated one in three people sleeping rough in London are being issued with warning notices – a disproportionate number and a misuse of police powers. Last week… Read More

“UK prisoners serving inhumane indefinite sentences may have lost appeals for their freedom because non-existent offences had been wrongly included in their files”

Founder of Media Diversified Samantha Asumadu has been moonlighting for openDemocracy. We know It’s hard for some to care about prisoners, but we should all care about a prison system used to effectively torture individual prisoners. This article is the first in our series about indeterminate sentences for public protection My latest investigative story for… Read More

Is It Even A Protest If Your Oppressor Gave You Permission?

Joshua Idehen makes a welcome return to Media Diversified with his unique take on London life and protest under the eye of the oppressor What’s the point of a protest? If mummy sat back and let you have a tantrum in Westfields, are you really threatening her power? Lemme rephrase: What’s the point of a… Read More

A Valentine Letter to Rt Hon Sir Keir Rodney Starmer MP

In a blazing return to Media Diversified Ahmed Olayinka Sule describes his cradle to grave support for the Labour Party and asks the Rt Hon Sir Keir Rodney Starmer MP what is it that HE stands for? Happy Valentine’s day. I trust you and the family are doing fine. I have taken an interest in… Read More

Call for Immediate Parliamentary Debate on 300,000 signature parliamentary petition on draconian #NationalityAndBordersBill

Use this template to write to your MP calling for an immediate arliamentary Debate on 300,000 signature parliamentary petition on draconian #NationalityAndBordersBill Read More

The death of Nuno Cardoso in police custody proves “respectability” won’t keep Black people safe | THE TWERKING GIRL

The tragic death of Nuno Cardoso in police custody in Oxford once again raises questions as to whose lives matter, even when victims meet society’s standards as to who is deemed “respectable”, writes Ava Vidal When I agreed to write about Nuno Cardoso I wasn’t prepared for how hard it was going to be. This… Read More