The ignorance of Castro’s Human Rights record demonstated by many in the west threatens international relations with Cuba
Romy Biscoe uses the controversy at the AMAs as a window to explore the modern phenomenon of ‘virtue signalling’ and its role in the US election
After several horses died at this year’s Grand National Festival, Romy Biscoe asks why we still value entertainment over welfare
After Fry leaves Twitter again, what is the online platform becoming with regards to free speech and censorship?
Romy Biscoe argues that the corporatism of the EU and the soon to be negotiated TTIP free trade deal make a serious case for leaving the union
Is debating whether or not a US Presidential candidate be barred from the UK an effective use of our time?
The Conservative Future scandal has rocked the Conservative Party and put the spotlight on those at the top of politics
Romy Biscoe asks whether schools and academics suffer from an unconscious left wing bias that harms debate amongst students