Whether Britain should remain in the European Union or not is, without doubt, a very complicated question. The consequences are difficult to predict and neither a remain or leave vote takes into account all that is required to fix both the EU’s or Britain’s problems. But in debating that question, regardless of which side of […]Read more "Those voting for Lexit are turning their back on socialist values"
Overpopulation in Britain’s prisons continues to be a chronic problem with one operating as high as 183 per cent of capacity, latest government figures reveal. More than two thirds of the country’s prisons house a population higher than the recommended certified normal accommodation (CNA) – the prison service’s own measure of how many prisoners can […]Read more "Men in squalor: Britain’s prison overcrowding problem"
A HSBC files leak which revealed how the bank assisted clients with tax avoidance on an industrial scale has dominated Westminster, headlines and conversation up and down the country. After weeks of outcry however, it is clear that almost no one understands how deep tax avoidance practices go and those that do, are keeping quiet.Read more "The scale of tax avoidance is far bigger than the HSBC files… and the government is fully aware"
Although I was born in the Middle East, much of my education and development took place in the West where it was instilled in me that success is measured by the status of your job and how much money you make.Read more "Why I Write."