More likely to die and more likely to suffer long term effects of Covid-19, our frontline workers have undoubtedly shouldered the heaviest burden of the pandemic. In recognition of their commitment and sacrifice, we were encouraged to come out and clap for our carers during the early months of lockdown. Rainbow pictures were hung in […]
Author: Liz Price
Liz Price examines the parallel perils of Trump and Johnson’s leaderships, looking at their relationship with the law and the populist agenda.
This is the second in a three-part series looking at the parallel perils of Trump and Johnson’s leaderships. Part one looked at how both leaders have handled the pandemic. In part two, Liz Price examines their leadership styles and their common desire to deny debate.
Liz Price examines the parallel perils of Trump and Johnson’s leaderships, starting with a look at their handling of the pandemic. While we look on at the entrenched division and the violence in the US, we should take a long, hard and uncomplacent look at our democracy under Johnson.
A year is a long time. A year ago, we were marching towards the 2019 elections and no one had heard of Covid-19. No one envisaged spending 2020 caught up in a cycle of lockdown and release, with thousands of deaths, dire economic predictions, jobs lost or furloughed, and with young people missing months of […]
Liz Price from Oxford calls out Boris Johnson on his unprincipled behaviour and asks where statesmanship went. To: The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson Cc: Keir Starmer, MP, Leader of the Opposition Ed Davey MPLayla Moran MP 7 September 2020 Dear Mr Johnson, I am writing to express to you my anger at your current proposal […]