Students want a government which shares their view of education as a social right, and a crucial part of the progression of the state.
Fahim Sachedina explains how the late Colonel Gaddafi wasted Libya’s oil riches – but looks forward to a brighter future for a neglected people
Thomas Turner takes a look at the race to win the French presidency with less than six months until polling day
In Britain it is accepted wisdom that female circumcision on minors (now widely referred to as female genital mutilation) is in effect child abuse. How…
Coverage of recent news events has led to concern over the impact of the internet on the press. Has it been a benefit or a hindrance?
As Denmark implements taxation to reducing obesity, and Cameron suggests a similar move here, we must question whether it is the right thing to do.
Circumcision is a practice which has been debated for thousands of years, but to forcibly prevent it from happening would be wrong.
Maya Oppenheim rejects government proposals to criminalise squatting in the context of a housing crisis in an era of rampant unemployment
In the wake of the much-publicised Roscoe occupation, Jak Dyehouse assesses the rationale behind the seemingly unstoppable spread of occupations to cities across the world
Andrew Williams meets Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt MP to discuss Syria, self-interest, the Arab Spring – and what his government has learned from the war in Iraq
Zeina Ramadan shares her experiences of growing up in Nablus, Palestine
Andrew Williams heads our review of this year’s party conference season – and he is crying out for an end to this “outdated and obsolete charade”