Boris Johnson Articles

Students and MPs alike left disappointed by the Sue Gray report

Students and MPs alike left disappointed by the Sue Gray report

The much awaited Sue Gray report has been made public, and it does not look favourably upon Boris Johnson’s government
Why Boris needs the boot

Why Boris needs the boot

The British public prevented from saying goodbye to their loved ones due to laws imposed by a man attending illegal parties
Government’s conversion therapy ban to exclude trans people

Government’s conversion therapy ban to exclude trans people

Johnson’s exclusion of trans people from the conversion therapy ban will not be taken lying down
Immunocompromised students and the end of Covid-19 regulations in England: Is it safe?

Immunocompromised students and the end of Covid-19 regulations in England: Is it safe?

What happens to those most vulnerable when restrictions end?
Just Putin it out there: What has happened with Russia and Ukraine?

Just Putin it out there: What has happened with Russia and Ukraine?

Alfie Cumberworth assesses Johnson’s reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and urges solidarity with those who’s lives have been endangered.
SU follows government lead: No more free lateral flows

SU follows government lead: No more free lateral flows

The University and The Government have announced that they will restrict the free testing kits. Students are disappointed by this decision.
Clean Air Zone update: Burnham frustrated by the government

Clean Air Zone update: Burnham frustrated by the government

The GMCA and the Government are going back and forth on the clean air zone’s funding, that leaves Andy Burnham frustrated.
Deceit, Lies, and Disgrace: A List of Boris Johnson’s Most Despicable Acts

Deceit, Lies, and Disgrace: A List of Boris Johnson’s Most Despicable Acts

Building on James O’Brien’s extensive list, Alfie Cumberworth summarises the worst things Boris Johnson has done during his time in government.
Out of the frying pan into the fire: Who could replace BoJo?

Out of the frying pan into the fire: Who could replace BoJo?

Boris Johnson’s premiership is as tenuous as ever – but any replacement would spell the return of Thatcherism
Tory Sleaze

Tory Sleaze

Alfie Cumberworth encourages voters to consider the Tory party’s scandals and abuse of public trust after Owen Patterson’s lobbying scandal
Opinion: Driving (HGVs) home for Christmas

Opinion: Driving (HGVs) home for Christmas

Johnson’s hypocritical good will gesture is rejected by migrants who can do better than play Santa to Brits this Christmas.
Cloudy with a chance of pain: how likely is another lockdown this winter?

Cloudy with a chance of pain: how likely is another lockdown this winter?

How likely is another lockdown this winter? Sasha Braham discusses whether we’ll need to dust off Zoom this Christmas.
Conservatives in Manchester: What’s the story with the Tories?

Conservatives in Manchester: What’s the story with the Tories?

Yes, the Conservative Party Conference was a joke – but Tory rule is anything but funny.
Pandora Papers: Pandora’s Box has opened and it’s worth over $32 trillion

Pandora Papers: Pandora’s Box has opened and it’s worth over $32 trillion

Delve into the revelations of the Pandora Papers and their implications for high level politicians
Annie Dabb: Whitty Repartee

Annie Dabb: Whitty Repartee

Annie Dabb questions what exactly an Oxford education has done for Chris Whitty and makes some suggestions for the government’s Coronavirus measures
Britain’s love of political satire has birthed the likes of Boris

Britain’s love of political satire has birthed the likes of Boris

Clementine Lawrence explores the ways in which political satire has become a double-edged sword
Annie Dabb: Don’t worry, Andy, Manchester is already the perfect place to grow old

Annie Dabb: Don’t worry, Andy, Manchester is already the perfect place to grow old

Annie Dabb explains how Andy Burnham has already fulfilled his promise to make Manchester the perfect place to grow old
Deal or no deal? Brexit talks resume as deadline closes in

Deal or no deal? Brexit talks resume as deadline closes in

Deal or no deal? The Mancunion examines what is going on with Brexit, and how Britain could be affected if we leave the UK without a deal.
Should the Prime Minister be allowed to misspeak?

Should the Prime Minister be allowed to misspeak?

News Editor Lucy Nichols discusses the Prime Minister’s track record
Coronavirus: What do the new rules mean for students?

Coronavirus: What do the new rules mean for students?

The prime minister said “a stitch in time saves nine”

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