Kwajo’s home truths

Issue 1623

Kwajo’s home truths

Activist Kwajo Tweneboa is the nation’s highest profile housing campaigner. He has sound advice for the incoming government on how to fix the UK’s housing crisis and why we need more tracksuits in parliament

Also inside

  • We launch our partnership with Cardboard Citizens’ new short film series that explores how homelessness is More Than One Story
  • Acclaimed author Malorie Blackman says in a Letter To My Younger Self that everything made sense when she discovered she was neurodivergent
  • A years-long strike in further education threatens the futures of working-class students
  • How horror movies reflect the politics of the day and speak to our fears in turbulent times
  • Travis, the band who soundtracked the turn of the millennium, are back and frontman Fran Healy says they have unfinished business
  • Scotland’s national poet Kathleen Jamie praises the power of language in trying times
  • Michelle de Swarte on her new BBC comedy series Spent that has its roots in her real life story
  • And Bath vendor Sean tells us how he takes song requests on his pitch

Plus much more!

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