The publishing of the EHRC report shed light on key features of the anti-Semitism issue within the Labour Party, yet somehow it is political individuals who are receiving the most attention whilst anti-Semitism itself continues to be pushed aside
What would a night at the local look like with the class of 2019’s politicians? A Nido Student study finds out who we like to drink with and who can get it down in eight
One of this year’s FA Cup’s greatest stories so far is dissected by Jake Egelnick
Krishan Puvvada argues the right to choose a private school education should not be taken away.
At its annual party conference in Brighton, Labour promised to end private schools in the interest of “social justice”
Parliament rejects a number of amendments backed by Greater Manchester MPs, that include renegotiation with the EU, and legislating for a second referendum
Nimo Omer suggests that the Labour Party has foregone its ideals of inclusiveness in an attempt to attract more voters.
An anthology of comics about 2017’s most unlikely superhero
Renowned left-winger George Galloway is running as an independent candidate for Manchester Gorton this election. As part of our series of interviews with local candidates, we sat down with him
Kerry McCall looks into how Labour has failed to tackle anti-Semitism after Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension from the Labour Party
Tallulah Brennan argues that the billionaire class should not exist and stands in the way of human flourishing
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 […]
George Walker argues Corbyn’s new Brexit policy is the only way to unite the country.
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
Luke O Hane argues that listening to the views of the general public may help Theresa May to gain more confidence within her Brexit negotiations.
Critics warn not to dismiss the youth-vote after data released from the British Election Study renders ‘youthquake’ a myth
The British people keep calling the government’s bluff, so why are they still going all-in?