Sacha Perera explains his philosophical and political reasoning for spoiling his ballot in the most recent general election.
Politics and sport are undeniably very important topics, but when they are joined together it can often have calamitous results, writes Tom Reynolds
After a good month of parliamentary jostling and maneuvering, PM Boris Johnson has finally twisted the opposition’s arm in getting an election, framing it in eerily 2017-esque “crush the saboteurs” terms. The hope for the Prime Minister is that with the election he can effectively wipe out any mandate for a second referendum, picking up […]
Almost simultaneously Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was ruled unlawful and Democrats in the US launched an impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump. There are many in both the UK and the US who hope this might be the beginning of the end for the two kindred leaders. But even if it is, our countries’ […]
At its annual party conference in Brighton, Labour promised to end private schools in the interest of “social justice”
George Walker analyses the implications of the Supreme Court decision for the Conservative Party.
According to The Times, the Prime Minister’s aides said that if a general election is called next month, this could limit the time available for students to register to vote
Tallulah Brennan argues that the racist rhetoric of the Brexit vote was motivated by the imperial nostalgia of the Baby Boomer generation.
George Walker argues that the Conservative party have adopted an imperialistic and culturally ignorant attitude towards Brexit, putting the future of Britain at risk.
Important arguments in the ongoing post-election culture war are becoming overshadowed by celebratory Brexit merchandise, argues George Walker
A survey by Dig In has shown that university students are not happy about the UK’s imminent future
Approximately 13,000 people took to the streets as the Conservatives held their annual party conference in Manchester
Conservative party leaders pledged a cash injection into the NHS and life sciences industry at the Tory party conference in Manchester
George Walker argues that Slowthai encapsulates the vast majority of a disaffected youth better than many who’ve tried before him
Due to the looming threat of no-deal Brexit, Oldham council prepares for food price hikes by setting aside £20k for food banks
Following reports by the World Health Organisation, Public Health England have declared that the UK is no longer a measles-free country
Jamie Chalmers looks at the Conservative cabinet in the wake of mass resignations over Brexit and how increasingly delicate democracy is looking within this government.