The world has re-invented itself over and over since the miseries of the Middle Ages. While medieval families lived off bread and scraps of meat, we now enjoy dishes from all corners of the globe, delivered to our doorstep.
During a global time of uncertainty, America’s election period is still underway to find the Democratic Party’s nomination for the 2020 election. MM speak to the University of Tennessee’s Roosevelt Institute student vice-president Nick Delos Santos to find out more…
Comment: Biden and Sanders go head-to-head on ‘Super Tuesday’ but Democrats will lose to Trump’s Republicans in 2020
Today is ‘Super Tuesday,’ where Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Michael Bloomberg and Tulsi Gabbard will battle it out for the right to run against President Trump in the 2020 election. In reality, it looks set to be a straight shootout between Biden and Sanders.
The foreign secretary has expressed disappointment over the US government’s rejection to extradite Anne Sacoolas to the UK who is suspected of killing Harry Dunn.
‘We will pay a heavy price if we ignore lessons of Iraq’: Manchester Muslims condemn Soleimani killing
A representative of the Muslim communities in Manchester has released a statement condemning the killing of General Qassem Soleimani in Iraq.
More often than not, one can generally predict the likely outcome of an election. In this year’s December snap election in the UK, the consensus is that Boris Johnson’s Conservatives will gain the most votes, but it remains up in the air whether or not he will get a majority.
Nick Newman and Ian Hislop’s play Trial by Laughter shines light on the changing scope of free speech
Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s new comedy courtroom play Trial by Laughter is currently touring around the UK.
“It’s not a documentary about Elvis and it’s not a biopic,” dismisses Eugene Jarecki – the director and co-writer of The King, a film that chronicles the rise and fall of Elvis Presley.
The event’s Facebook page said that the demonstration was held in order to “highlight the struggle against Trump’s bigoted policies – from fighting racism, war and sexism.”
The end of the WTO? EU tariffs on US goods to get back at Trump could have wider implications, says Salford academic
The EU has declared it will impose tariffs on US goods – two years since the UK set the wheels in motion to leave the EU in a referendum.
‘If I found sobriety I might lose numbers’: Comic Doug Stanhope tells MM about the ‘fraudulent’ world of comedy
Doug Stanhope is a fraud. Yes, he really is a revered stand-up comedian, alcoholic, provocateur, and he really was the cantankerous ‘Voice of America’ on Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe.