It's 1am on the 14th of June 2017, and the public housing block known as Grenfell Tower in the borough of Kensington & Chelsea is on fire. 24 hours later the fire is under control, but it has taken the lives and livelihoods of countless people with it. Now, 6 months on, what is the state of the community it left behind?
It seems pretty obvious to me that something has to be done to move London forward at a speedier rate and catch up with the progress seen all over the rest of the UK. Here are 5 possible solutions.
Why are people so much quicker to blame muslims, immigration, mental health and literally anything else before they point a finger to men?
CW: Gun violence, mental health, domestic abuse I’m tired of mental illness being the go-to reason why someone has committed a massacre, just because there seems to be no other motive. I’m tired of politicians using flagrantly ableist language like ‘demented’ to describe killers.