One hundred and eighty-six years ago the House of Commons finally agreed to abolish slavery in the West Indies. The decision was a long time coming, and many since have wondered what it meant.
As demonstrations rise in Hong Kong, Gregory Lee looks back on Handover and considers the future for Hong Kong-China relations.
Mirrored Loss tells the story of Amat al-Latif al Wazir, only daughter of ‘Abdullah al-Wazir, one of the leaders of Yemen’s constitutional movement of the mid-twentieth century for reform of the autocratic imamate.
8th March. International Women’s Day. In a company such as ours, where so many of our women authors work in a so-called ‘man’s environment’, we’re taking a look at what IWD means to our women authors, and its relevance to the work they do.
This National Sickie Day around 35,000 people are expected to be absent from work. Occupational physician Adrian Massey’s urgent call to reform Britain’s sickness culture offers social—not medical—solutions.
To be black and British has long been fraught with difficulty. This Black History Month, Danell Jones considers the story of A.B.C. Merriman-Labor.
On World Polio Day, we look back at Thomas Abraham’s Twitter Q&A on ‘Polio: An Odyssey of Eradication’.