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A liberal for Romney

The former Governor of Massachusetts is running for Senate in Utah. His victory is not only inevitable but also quite desirable.

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America’s incurable illness

Parkland might seem to have shaken the United States, but the gun debate will go on as insoluble as ever

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Why was there no official LGBT+ bloc at Reclaim The Night?

Because the Student’s Union forgot about us

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False intimacy in social media adverts

Are social media influencers exploiting the authenticity of their platform for profit?

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Shifting sands: the future of EU-Africa relations

European Affairs society hosts engaging talk inviting students to think about EU’s role with Africa and other former colonised areas’ development and trade on the eve of Brexit

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An ode to Antwerp

Why we should mourn the decline of UK nightlife

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The marvel of the real Black Panthers

“I do not expect the media to create positive black male images” – Huey P. Newton, founder of the Black Panther Party

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Disadvantaged students three times more likely to live at home

New report shows that just one in ten students attend a university over 150 miles from home

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The return of Mitt

Romney is a welcome shift back towards moderate and respectful Republicanism

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Corbyn the ‘communist spy’ is another smear to add to the Tory collection

The right-wing media in Britain is a parody of itself. Hysterical and abusive, it shamelessly misleads the British public.

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Don’t demand your money back!

Petitions for compensation add to the problem rather than resolve it

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Social media isn’t the cause of mental ill-health

The media seems to express increasing concern over the dangers of social media on mental health, but we’re focusing on the wrong thing