May 29, 2020

Just shy of six months since his successful election, Boris Johnson should be riding high, yet his position as Prime Minister seems oddly precarious. After fighting off a nasty bout of coronavirus his leadership has stalled amidst crises surrounding political failings...

April 25, 2020

Run 5, Donate 5, Nominate 5 more. We’ve all seen it splashed over our Instagram feeds and have probably been quick to jump on the trend, running five kilometres in aid of the National Health Service during the coronavirus pandemic. Some have coined the challenge an exa...

April 24, 2020

There are aspects of politics that remain crucial however awful the specific crisis is. While coronavirus has transformed so many people’s lives around the globe, the principle that ministers - those governing us - must be accountable for their actions remains wholly r...

March 3, 2020

The recent deportations to Jamaica shows there is one rule for white people and another for minorities.

A deportation flight carrying 17 long term British residents took off to Jamaica last week, despite a recent court hearing  which already ruled that more than half of...

February 28, 2020

The death of the British high street happened long ago; online shopping is merely the nail in the coffin.

The demise of the cherished British high street has been an ongoing process for years now, a trend that we have all passively accepted without many complaints beyon...

February 8, 2020

A project initially given a budget of £56 billion is now projected to cost up to £106 billion, nearly doubling in cost under the government’s woeful management. The government’s own predictions underestimate the costs at £88 billion. However, this ‘best case scenario’...

November 26, 2019

Just over two years after illegal cladding caused the death of 72 people at Grenfell Tower in London, a student accommodation block in Bolton, Greater Manchester went up in flames. 

Whilst the investigation into the fire at The Cube in Bolton is ongoing, eyewitness acco...

November 22, 2019

Considering that 71% of Britons consider the climate emergency a more pressing issue than Brexit, it would be expected that politicians would be working just as, if not more ardently to protect and stabilise the environment. However, unfortunately this is not the case.

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January 5, 2019

The past few months in politics have been characterised by: ‘What if Theresa May cannot get her deal through’, ‘when will she resign’, ‘how will she convince Parliament to back Chequers?’ These fail to acknowledge the absolute farcical state of the Labour Party at the...

January 5, 2019

In November 2018, the Gambling Commission produced a new report on gambling amongst children, with their headline findings including that 14% of 11-16-year-olds had gambled their own money in the past week before the survey was carried out. However, this number pales s...

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