After a spate of human rights pages being deleted from Facebook, Lauren Gorton asks whether it is taking its history-making role seriously
Martha Clarke discusses feminism, solidarity, and how twitter abuse doesn’t solve anything
Alice Rigby explains why former Prime Minister Tony Blair is her political villain…
Christopher James argues the time has come to reconsider our social media ethics
Mark Twain once said, “If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.” I feel the frustration, but voting abstinence is not the path to utopia.
The dramatic spike in tuition fees means we are effectively buying the services of the University. It seems odd that we have no interest in how our money is being spent.
Morris Seifert argues that we need a prison system inclined towards compassion not incarceration
Ben Fearn explains why politician David Lloyd George is his political hero…
In light of the arrests of students at the University of Birmingham, Jenny Sterne argues that universities should be fostering protest, not criminalising it
Bernadette Chapman argues that we desperately need more women on the front bench of politics
Arthur Baker explains the need for the Arts and Humanities
A blunt message from Downing Street this week was communicated to Britain’s leading public health expert (and the public at large) that the current age of consent for sex in the UK is 16, and “there are no plans to change it”. Is this the right attitude to take?