Daniel Trilling

is the author of Lights in the Distance: Exile and Refuge at the Borders of Europe (Picador, 2018), and Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain’s Far Right (Verso, 2013). He tweets @trillingual.


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The mistreatment of Roma and homeless people in the corona crisis

Corralling homeless people into gymnasiums and building walls around Roma settlements: the COVID-19 measures show their ugliest face when it comes to the overpolicing of marginalized groups. A European survey.

A controversial tweet by Richard Dawkins prompts incoming New Humanist editor Daniel Trilling to set out some basic principles concerning the way we discuss religion. He argues that finding common ground between people of different religious beliefs and none is key to political progress.

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