Jeremy Corbyn has defied his critics to become Labour’s best hope of survival Gary Younge

By Gary Younge The late Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano once expressed his deepest concern that “we are all suffering from amnesia … [that makes us] blind to small things and small people”. Who, I asked him, was responsible for this forgetfulness. “It’s not a person,” he explained. “It’s a system of power that is always … Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn has defied his critics to become Labour’s best hope of survival Gary Younge

Nigerian Woman Honoured By Queen Elizabeth II With Damehood

By Adenike Lucas A nurse who campaigned to have the statue of Mary Seacole erected at St Thomas' hospital received her insignia yesterday, after being awarded with the honour by the Queen back in December. An Emeritus professor of Nursing at Thames Valley University, Professor Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu, 69, who is of Nigerian and … Continue reading Nigerian Woman Honoured By Queen Elizabeth II With Damehood