Racists Running Amok – But Football Will Fight Back Rhys Wallis discusses the recent scrutiny on racist abuse in football, and what needs to change. Racism and abuse is, unfortunately, nothing new in football, but this summer saw it well and truly rear its ugly head once more. After a year and a bit with […]
Harry Scott-Munro takes a look at the spin behind the evermore frequent government U-turns and whether this is undermining their position on wider issues.
Using Sport as a Method of Political Activism Jack Walton discusses the place sport has in today’s political landscape. Do you remember the good old days? Front Page of The Sun, The Mail and The Sunday Sport; Freddie Flintoff boozing, WAG’s a-wagging, Wayne Rooney being the thick thug it was decided he was. British sport […]
Ben Davis and Michael Galley look at Black sporting heroes of the past and present to mark Black History Month for Exepose Sport Ben Davis: Heroes of the Past At times of racial discrimination, Jack Johnson and Bill Russell’s careers proved that your skin colour should not be a barrier to success, inspiring many on […]
Marcus Rashford’s campaign to allow low income families in England to claim free school meal vouchers during the holidays has prompted a government U-turn. Whilst the government does not usually provide free school meals during the holidays, it had provided vouchers for the Easter holidays and half-term, but not during the Summer. After raising around […]