Among the vast plethora of criticisms that Brexit has amassed over the last 3 years, one of the big critiques is often how Brexit is responsible for dividing the nation. It has often portrayed the ‘moronic’, ‘racist’ and ‘bigotted’ right wing have unified to shut down diversity and stop the immigration of minorities.
I am not bashing the NHS but it is good to look at alternative views. When it comes to healthcare, the classic case that has been made (and I think so far it rings true) is that there are three specific criteria when judging a healthcare system.
‘The Squad’. We all know them. It has been hard to miss them. ‘The Squad’ consisting of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Ayanna Pressley have helped pushed the democratic party to the far left.
Yesterday, former leader of the green party, Caroline Lucas has began attempting to form an all female only cabinet to mitigate the prospect of a no-deal Brexit happening on October 31st.
The main bulk of the attacks appear to have come from democratic candidates, congress representatives and the news media following his infamous ‘Go home’ tweet. Despite being an absolutely awful tweet both for his political campaign to retain the presidency and morally reprehensible
Feminism has undergone a major social shift during the last couple of decades. The two original feminist waves in the 19th and 20th centuries helped gain legislative and socially-backed advances in women’s rights. The suffrage movement, in the 1800’s and throughout the 1900’s, helped to liberate the female gender.
Positive discrimination is a hot topic within the fields of social policy and the job market in the UK. It is also an issue that is largely discussed in the US with regard to the diversifying of the student selection process in US college campuses.