April 2, 2020

Alex Salmond may have walked away free after being acquitted of sexual harassment by multiple women but this Scottish scandal is yet to die. Rather, it is on hold amidst the ongoing pandemic. Nonetheless, once this crisis subdues Salmond has made his intentions quite clear, desiring to initiate an inquiry into what he describes as “deliberate fabrications [designed] for political purposes” made against him, putting Nicola Stur...

March 24, 2020

Time and time again, music has been proven to unite groups together against injustice in society. In the 1970s, ‘Rock against Racism’ was a powerful force against widespread bigotry. Meanwhile, ‘Live Aid’ in 1985 used the power of music to raise money for the Ethiopian famine. After the atrocious Manchester Arena bombing in 2017, Oasis' ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ became a uniting force to show the UK - and the world - would no...

March 17, 2020

The UK’s defence, foreign and security policies need updating and clarifying, particularly given the current global situation of lux and uncertainty. Thankfully, a comprehensive integrated review has just been launched. 

Recently, the Prime Minister officially announced the beginning of an anticipated ‘Integrated Review’ into the UK’s defence, foreign, security and international development policies. Since 2010 the government h...

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 (COVID-19) meant that Rishi Sunak had no easy task ahead of him. 

Even so, on the 11th March at 12:30pm, Sunak delivered his first budget as Chancellor in the House...

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 the original 56 detained would not be allowed to be deported. Despite this government having been responsible for already cutting 21,000 from our streets, they...

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