Why is Sylvia Plath only now being recognised with a poetry festival?
Alfie Cumberworth questions whether the ignorant racism of one conservative party MP is telling of the hostility and discriminatory attitudes of the governing party more generally.
Anna Nixon explains why it is the government’s responsibility to fund the NHS – not the public’s
Alexander Seow explores how the Afghan crisis has exacerbated that of refugees, and asks if EU nations and the US can’t do more to help.
Just when you think gender-critical feminists run out of people to be angry at, they turn their fire towards Oxfam
Discussing listening to misogynistic lyrics to block out real-life sexist comments, and exploring patriarchal pressures on all genders
Max Earnshaw discusses ‘climate anxiety’ and investigates whether politicians attending Cop26 are doing good on their promises to make a genuine effort to improve the climate crisis situation
Yes, the Conservative Party Conference was a joke – but Tory rule is anything but funny.
A look into the lack of internet access and University communication and support on campus for the first few days of term, and the problems its caused
Get ready to cry into your maple lattes because Taylor Swift has done it again
As we move into the new Bake Off era is Paul Hollywood really the right man for the job?
Assessing the government’s response to ongoing femicide and a plea to make misogyny a hate crime as a step to protecting vulnerable women
A look into the disturbing rise in drink spiking and what legislations and club policies need to change to protect women.
Johnson’s hypocritical good will gesture is rejected by migrants who can do better than play Santa to Brits this Christmas.
Millionaires control the media … Here’s why we should have a collective ownership model instead