Headline »

Fighting Words: Poets for Ukraine

April 2, 2022 – 4:27 pm |

“He sits at his table long as a fable planning a banquet of death too sharp are his claws too aglow are his eyes Putin of the great war cry dragging his carcass of history.”

The war in Ukraine has brought together a unified international stance that is saying no to conflict, …

Read the full story »
News
Features
ART[icle]S
The Commentary
Visual
Home » Archive by Tags

Articles tagged with: Covid-19

Photo Essay: One Picture Tells…Masks on the Ground

November 4, 2021 – 5:21 pm |

Disturbed by the number of masks of varying types that I have seen since the pandemic when walking around London I decided to do a small experiment.
I wanted to see just how many I could find within 15 minutes. Without barely even looking I found six. This is a disturbing …

One Picture Tells…Tried and Tested

June 16, 2021 – 4:11 pm |

Covid One Year on: The Experience of a London Office Worker

March 12, 2021 – 11:51 pm | 2 Comments

One year ago today, I received a work email saying that someone had tested positive for COVID, and that they would be decontaminating the whole building that weekend, but no need to worry, we should be able to return to work next week.
Now, up until this point in 2020, I …

Musevini Wins Ugandan Election Amidst Uneven Covid Legislation

January 17, 2021 – 5:00 pm |

The new year continues with the pandemic being used by some authoritarian African leaders as a way to cling to power. 
Saturday saw Yoweri Musevini win his sixth term in office after the election was postponed in 2020 due to the risk of Covid, with Mr Musevini telling Ugandan NBS Television …