Conservative Party Articles

Representation still represents a problem for Labour

Representation still represents a problem for Labour

The lack of representation is evident on all fronts of UK political parties, but how will Labour answer in the face of substantial ethnic minority and female contenders?
A moment for reflection and reconstruction: Liz leaves, Sunak starts

A moment for reflection and reconstruction: Liz leaves, Sunak starts

The tumultuous end of Liz Truss’ brief premiership, and the unmandated start of Rishi Sunak’s gives us a moment for reflection and reconstruction in British politics
Drama for Starmer: Does the Labour party have what it takes?

Drama for Starmer: Does the Labour party have what it takes?

Two years before the next general election and battling factionalism, reports of transphobia, and the Forde report, does the Labour Party have what it takes?
Home Secretary disputes party policy on international students

Home Secretary disputes party policy on international students

The Home Secretary made comments on number of international students in the UK contradict Conservative goals
In Liz we Truss: Getting Britain moving Tory-style

In Liz we Truss: Getting Britain moving Tory-style

‘Woke’ students, angry Tories, and middle-aged Dads unite: our new ‘In Liz We Truss’ playlist fulfils the PMs political dreams with plenty of 90s classics to “get Britain moving”
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.
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
Rishi Sunak, I’ll retrain when you do

Rishi Sunak, I’ll retrain when you do

Deputy music editor Reece Ritchie criticises the Conservative government’s attitudes towards creatives and defends their importance
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
Confessions of a closet Tory

Confessions of a closet Tory

The results of the most recent election has made ‘closet tories’ feel more confident in revealing their true identity on campus, Ellie Martin reveals
Labour’s Brexit strategy unites the country where others have failed

Labour’s Brexit strategy unites the country where others have failed

George Walker argues Corbyn’s new Brexit policy is the only way to unite the country.
The Conservative Party’s disdain for the law marks the beginning of its end

The Conservative Party’s disdain for the law marks the beginning of its end

George Walker analyses the implications of the Supreme Court decision for the Conservative Party.
‘Jam Jar’ republics and EU conspiracies: colonial hangovers in Brexit

‘Jam Jar’ republics and EU conspiracies: colonial hangovers in Brexit

George Walker argues that the Conservative party have adopted an imperialistic and culturally ignorant attitude towards Brexit, putting the future of Britain at risk.
Corbyn the ‘communist spy’ is another smear to add to the Tory collection

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.
Carillion’s dirty papers

Carillion’s dirty papers

Parliament voted to release the government’s risk assessments of Carillion… and they are devastating

The Conservatives need a new Iron Lady

Theresa May will be our next PM but must be more assertive and direct, like Thatcher, if she is to succeed at the country’s helm

Cameron’s reforms are a distraction from greater issues

Tristan Parsons suggests that Cameron’s victory over a reformed relationship with the EU is merely distracting from far bigger issues

Can Cameron truly scale the wall of prison reform?

Ed John discusses the limitations of Cameron’s proposed prison reform and the overlooked issues that will only perpetuate themselves

Who protested the Tory Conference?

The Conservative party conference saw tens of thousands take to the streets in protest. Daniel Saville joined the protestors and asked why they were getting involved

Will the new generation discredit the Left?

After a few ugly incidents soured the press coverage of anti-Conservative protests, George Bolton argues that the new, young left must not discredit itself as a credible movement

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