Morning television pedalls conservative, and often abjectly regressive, values in its pursuit of wider audiences and to embody the mood of a nation
Oliver Storey argues that political correctness is a force for good, but has been taken over by the likes of Piers Morgan
Sophie Marriott and Cachella Smith argue the implications of the SU’s motion to encourage jazz-hands over clapping is “short-sighted” and instead Senate should seek to “create an atmosphere where people feel safe and comfortable enough to raise such an issue and ask for a quieter environment”
Will Kelly reflects on the recent Fifpro survey, indicating that depression in professional football is widespread
Piers Morgan’s recent decision to identify as a penguin is doing nothing to facilitate the discussion surrounding gender identity that today’s youth needs, argues Cara Conte
Felix Hanif-Banks takes a holistic view of ‘clapgate’ and makes an argument for the policy’s existence, encouraging students to engage more wth senate.
Following national media attention, the Students’ Union seeks to clarify the misunderstanding that they’ve voted through a new policy which bans clapping from all Students’ Union events