November 7, 2016

The American people have a choice: deport millions of people, cut taxes for the rich and build a wall; or smoke a kilo of high-grade social democratic lesser evil and keep the neoliberal dream alive.

We put on the Trump debate intentionally late in the day. People were up for it. We had some pointed questions, lots of boos, a few heckles, and a rant or two. The panel held their own throughout.
 

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August 26, 2016

Trump vs Clinton: The Race for the White House

With just three months to go in one of the most contentious US presidential races in recent history, the Frontline Club will be discussing all things Trump, Clinton and the campaign trail. The New York Times’ Steven Erlanger, journalist Michael Goldfarb, and Chatham House’s Xenia Wickett, will ask who will be the future president of America.

July 20, 2016

Hassan was a high school teacher and a freelance photographer in Damascus, Syria. He protested against the Assad regime and was imprisoned twice. He left Syria in 2012 and moved to a few countries in the Middle East. Last summer he took a boat from Turkey to Greece, traveled through 10 countries in Europe until reaching the UK, where he was granted political asylum. It took him 87 days to get here...