ISSUE 1394

Would Kindertransport be welcomed today?

In the 1930s and through the war, Britain welcomed hundreds of refugee children from Europe. One of them was Alf Dubs who at the age of 87 is still standing up for the tens of thousands of child refugees in Europe today. As Brexit looms, he writes about the importance of giving a hand up to those who need it most. We also look at how the Future Generations bill is the kind of futureproofing we need in a time of uncertainty.

Also inside…

  • Meet the man providing games and consoles to kids undergoing treatment in hospitals
  • Travel inside a vertical indoor farm that could revolutionise the way we eat
  • Look out for the Street Art picture by Michael Crosswaite, inspired by “Monty Python silliness”
  • Presenter of The Mash Report, Rachel Parris, talks about the dangers of spreading hate on social media
  • German vendor Lothar guides around his home city of Cologne
  • Mark Richards is on the My Pitch page talking about, among other things, sending out magazines to subscribers
  • Plus: Has Nasa used the pineapple plant to stop snoring?