Fraser Nelson’s article on Black Brits reveals the Tories’ deep-seated discomfort with addressing racial inequality

by Lester Holloway The truth about black teenagers, prison and universities isn’t half as bad as David Cameron makes out, argues Fraser Nelson, editor of the right-wing political mag the Spectator. His target was the Prime Minister’s claim that young Black Brits were more likely to end up in prison than a top university. ‘Nonsense’,… Read More

The Problem with White Liberals

by Shane Thomas When one has to live with oppression as an everyday facet of their existence, how does it feel? It feels isolating. It’s a parasite that clamps onto one’s self-esteem, and metastasises into a calcified affirmation that one is worthless. So what can be done to counter such an outcome? Maya Goodfellow recently wrote… Read More

Safe Spaces are for White Men

by Maya Goodfellow The campaign against Bahar Mustafa started a month ago, in an article in the Spectator. Although they picked up the story up from student newspaper the Tab, the conservative magazine was all too aware that putting this young woman and the complaints against her under the spotlight would garner a good deal… Read More