March 23, 2020

The stock market in freefall, countries in lockdown and the airline industry seems to be on the brink of collapse - nothing seems to be going right for anyone. However, although it might appear that everyone is harmed by the effects of the Coronavirus, there is one key...

March 16, 2020

The 11th March was Rishi Sunak’s big day: he was to present his first budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer. The combination of his sudden promotion, having less than a month to draw up the budget and the growing concerns over the economic effects of the Coronavirus (C...

November 18, 2019

The great thing about elections is that they give you the chance to take a look the state of politics, see what party you think will best tackle the issues you deem important and more often than not, debate your friends who disagree with what you believe in. 

Personally...

March 6, 2019

North Korea, also known as the ‘Hermit Kingdom’, is a country that for the better half of a century has faced diplomatic and economic isolation. Mention of the country usually carries a negative connotation as most one can say about them is the internment camps they op...

February 18, 2019

The question on how to deal with foreign jihadis wanting to return to their country of birth has always been a complicated one, and the situation with Shamima Begum has opened fresh discussions on the issue.  

Miss Begum is a 19-year-old woman who, after being radicaliz...

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