Founder and editor-in-chief of Res Publica
Zeyd was born and raised in Doncaster, England. He later studied at the London School of Economics, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B). He is currently a trainee solicitor and his interests lie in British politics and academic art.
Labour Doesn’t Have a Story For How The Pandemic Ends
Political storytelling will dictate how the pandemic is remembered. The Labour Party doesn’t have a clue.
We've Been Here Before
Tory sleaze and cronyism is nothing new — it is a by-product of a party too comfortable with political power and little accountability.
Monarchs, Kings and Despots
Historical figures brought back to life.
TikTok May Be Rewiring the Human Brain
TikTok has been hailed as the newest social media craze — but is it damaging our brains?
Rishi Sunak: Mask Off
Beneath the chancellor’s spin shows a track record of devastating mistakes and a failure of governance.
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