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May will be PM but is her record strong enough to show she'll make bold and impactful decisions? Photo: dfid @Flickr

The Conservatives need a new Iron Lady

Theresa May will become the next Prime Minister of this country. 'The safe pair of hands', according to 199 Conservative MPs; for many, ...

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Working and consuming away from progress

Too many people will have missed voting in the recent May elections because they were busy with their work. This common excuse ...

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Same-sex schools ill-prepared in dealing with transgender pupils, ATL warns

Delegates at the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) Conference on Tuesday 5th April 2016 were told that more must be done ...

May will be PM but is her record strong enough to show she'll make bold and impactful decisions? Photo: dfid @Flickr

The Conservatives need a new Iron Lady

Posted on Jul 11, 2016 1
Photo: Michael Coté @Flickr

Working and consuming away from progress

Posted on May 16, 2016 2
Photo: AIGA@Wikimedia Commons

Same-sex schools ill-prepared in dealing with transgender pupils,

Posted on Apr 19, 2016 3
Photo: dfid @Flickr

The Conservatives need a new Iron Lady

Theresa May will be our next PM but must be more assertive and direct, like Thatcher, if she is to succeed at the country’s helm

Photo: Michael Coté @ Flickr

Working and consuming away from progress

Tristan Parsons on the increasing disenfranchisement from progress caused by the economics of work and consumption

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The taxing demands of being a leader

Jessica Chow-Lau argues that we need proper financial understanding to judge David Cameron appropriately and get to the bottom of tax avoidance

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The difficulty with cultural appropriation

Ed John argues that we need to take into account structural and political concerns rather than celebrity hairstyles when truly discussing about cultural appropriation

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Green spaces offer a calming respite from the city

Tristan Parsons talks on how parks and greenery have numerous benefits to our cities and can help combat climate change

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Training is key to combatting mental health stigma

Sanjana Gupta discusses ways to improve care for those with mental health issues

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A sporting excuse for animal cruelty

After several horses died at this year’s Grand National Festival, Romy Biscoe asks why we still value entertainment over welfare

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The Panama Papers: no surprises

With the revelations of tax avoidance on an industrial scale, Tristan Parsons writes that it is no surprise that the wealthy and powerful have been implicated

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Britain under the far-right wave

Jessica Chow-Lau discusses why Britain may soon be faced with a wave of extreme right wing warfare

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Leave behind the EU and embrace Rule Britannia

In his true final piece of the year, Colm Lock lays out the case for Britain voting to leave in June

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The EU is not perfect, but to run would be cowardly

The European Project has its flaws but has the potential to be so much better. Britain should be at the heart of it

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We need to talk about North Korea

Is there a danger in not taking the hermit kingdom seriously?