EU or no EU – Immigration isn’t going anywhere.

For some, it's the most important issue in recent times. For others, it's an exhausted topic that is fuelled by mixture of nationalism and xenophobia. While discussions around migration have quietened since the referendum, they will return in full force once immigration policy becomes clearer from Brexit talks. It's one of those areas where rational discussion…

The Grenfell Tower residents deserve a thorough public inquiry, not a witch hunt.

While the flames were still glowing, the politicisation of the fire was already developing.  There were calls to not politicise such an event, however it is inevitable that this picture of a social housing block, reduced to charcoal, will be a political icon. If it wasn’t for losses of life that the Grenfell tower disaster…

The US healthcare system needs reform – but the debate needs reforming first.

The United States of America is a great country: huge diversity, a global culture influence, and the world’s engine for technology innovation. You know what isn’t so great? The healthcare system. I am sure there are some eyes rolling at this - we’ve heard it all before.  Europeans just love to sit their drinking beer…

If this election shows us anything, it’s that we are not ready to leave the EU.

The Conservative Party, despite not achieving a majority, are trying to form a deal with the DUP. Who? That was the response from many once the news was out. The DUP are a socially conservative party in Northern Ireland - pro-Brexit (although generally want a 'softer' Brexit than the one many believed Theresa was heading for)…