Isabella Kwai

reporter for the New York Times based in London

Isabella Kwai on KCRW

London residents are pushing Parliament to kill a bill that would give law enforcement officers more power to control protesters.

UK sparks movement on women’s safety and policing, following murder of Sarah Everard

London residents are pushing Parliament to kill a bill that would give law enforcement officers more power to control protesters.

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