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Despite the rumours going round thatÂ the editorial teamÂ are a bunch of embittered socialists that hate English culture and heritage;Â our loyal and intelligent readership know that thoughÂ The Multicultural PoliticÂ (TMP) isÂ critical of English and British political society and also elements of British culture; we also […]
As it is the UK General Election Manifesto launch week, The Multicultural Politic (TMP) also is launching its General Elections coverage. TMP will be scrutinising the party pledges, policies and the personalities, up and down the country whilst also covering international politics from a multicultural perspective.Read more →
A year ago today Ian Tomlinson died. He was the latest in a long line of people who have died at the hands of the police. Also on that day hundreds of people were assaulted by police using batons and shields, and thousands were denied the right to move around their city and forced into […]Read more →
As part of our special on International Women’s Month, TMP commissioned a feminist writer and campaigner to produce their perspectives on the progress that Feminism has made in the last decade. This article ranges from asylum seekers to the demonisation of female MPs, and hopefully will kick start a debate about the way forward.Read more →
On 25th March 2010, TMP Editor went to the Finborough Theatre to see the political play “A Day at the Racists” written by Anders Lustgarten and was in a post-show discussion with Margaret Hodge, Minister of State for Culture and also Member of Parliament for the Barking constituency.Read more →
This is your one and only chance to use me as a proxy to put your thoughts and feelings across to Margaret Hodge MP for Barking, and Minister of State,Â Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Tonight I am speaking at a post-show discussion of “A Day at the Racists” at the Finborough Theatre, SW10. I’m […]
â€œFallen soldiersâ€, â€œBaghdadâ€ and â€œrecruitsâ€ are often terms one would associate with the ongoing conflict in Iraq.
Those terms however now seem to have become part of the rocky lives of a section of young people growing up in Britainâ€™s capital city and this is evidenced by the tragic murders of 69 young Londoners aged between […]
Towards the end of 2009, Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga decided to openly consecrate their love for one another and make history, by becoming the first Malawian gay married couple. Two days later, they were arrested and charged with “unnatural practices between males”, they were also forced to go through a humiliating and intrusive medical […]Read more →
What started out as just another workplace dispute inside one London office for Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) now has escalated into an international campaign led by migrant workers spanning 3 continents to picket UBSâ€™ offices in Zurich, New York, Buenos Aires, Kyiv and other countries.Read more →
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