Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 5

Two years have passed since the Department for Education released their report into allegations of corruption and fraud at the Collective Spirit Free School and Manchester Studio School. The highly critical report named Raja Miah together with long-time associate Mohib Uddin and another director. Around the time the report was released the online attack beganContinue reading “Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 5”

Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 4

This is the fourth in a series of articles which tells my first-hand experience of the current toxic politics putting a dark cloud over Oldham. Previously I have touched on the abuse, harassment, and intimidation, fed by hatred and division in the town. As the articles set out the consequences of the campaign, it wasContinue reading “Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 4”

Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 3

This is the third in a series of articles which tells my first-hand experience of the current toxic politics putting a dark cloud over Oldham. Previously I have touched on the abuse, harassment, and intimidation, fed by hatred and division in the town. As the articles set out the consequences of the campaign, it wasContinue reading “Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 3”

Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 2

This is the second in a series of articles which tells my first-hand experience of the current toxic politics putting a dark cloud over Oldham. Before rushing into the online content which has dominated much of the focus, it is important to take a step back, and set out the catalyst which drove the campaign.Continue reading “Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 2”

Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 1

Sir David never served in high office as many would see it, for him the highest office possible was serving the people he stood in parliament to represent. Like many, he was one of the important cogs who would ensure that the machinery of Parliament worked as it should, often unseen by the public eye,Continue reading “Oldham’s Toxic Politics | Part 1”