Features

The politics of food has been a long under-researched topic in the UK, though one that is becoming more and more relevant as Brexit approaches us. Natalie Bennett reviews Many Mouths: The Politics of Food in Britain from the Workhouse to the Welfare State by Nadja Durbach to see what we can learn from the past interrelationship between food policy, gender and class.

Green peer Natalie Bennett reflects on the Agriculture Bill after its debate in the House of Lords
Dr Megan Argo weighs up the benefits and risks of launching too many satellites into the Earth’s orbit
Navasha Wray discusses the importance of re-examining Britain’s colonial past
Susie O’Connor looks back at the trans people of colour activists influential in the early LGBT+ rights movement
Co-Chair of the European Green Party Evelyne Huytebroeck presses for a sustainable, fair Europe built on solidarity.
Holly Barrow considers how the fast fashion industry must reconstruct itself after the pandemic.
Part Two of our Q&A with Scottish Greens co-leader Lorna Slater
Rupert Read and Emma Dawnay discuss how Brexit can be made to work for the environment