Daniel Trilling is the Editor of New Humanist magazine. He was formerly an Assistant Editor at the New Statesman.
He has found himself at the centre of Europe’s migration crisis – but is he a hero or villain?
Some passengers will have been living in the UK since childhood; others might never have set foot in the country to which they are being deported.
It seems that the British government views migrant deaths as a useful deterrent, but criminal activity remains unaffected by the decision to let desperate migrants drown.
With Syriza’s victory not guaranteed, what might austerity measures mean for the country's elections?
The guardians of Fortress Europe are fighting a lost battle: poor migrants will always try to find a better life for themselves, or die in the attempt. Daniel Trilling traces their steps, from the Middle East and Africa to the Kent countryside.
Peter Davis’s election as mayor of Doncaster remains the far-right fringe party’s biggest achievement.
More than two million people have fled the civil war in Syria. Many of them are desperate to get into Europe – but no country wants them.