Stand Up Be Counted is a national campaign to hear the voices and ideas of young people across the country who may be disillusioned by politics
With us humans–us feeble, naïve, easily swayed humans–using the right language can really change everything. The case hasn’t changed much since the beginning of time: using the perfect combination of words is an ancient weapon used by politicians, writers, musicians and world-leaders. In fact, one of the areas where the correct language is especially useful […]
TTIP has been described as one of the most controversial legislations that the European Commission has tried to bring about, yet it is not as well known as would be expected. Roberta Rofman talks to Natasha Brooks about her thoughts on TTIP, her campaign in Brussels and US politics
Apolitical, nonplussed, and too concerned with going to the Warehouse Project, Will Brown shows us why students need to get their act together—or face the consequences of apathy
Student life has changed drastically over the years—does this reflect students’ interest in politics?
Ben Fearn explains why US Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is his political villain…
Bernadette Chapman argues that we desperately need more women on the front bench of politics
With increased accusations of voter intimidation and the inequity to allowing a tool to be used that costs hundreds, we ask whether iPads should be allowed
After the news that UKIP beat Labour and the Conservatives to take 2nd place in the Eastleigh byelection, Arun Mehta looks at the party and members attitudes towards disability
The latest ‘cash for influence’ scandal highlights more than just nefarious MPs exploiting their positions, it raises fundamental questions about how we pay our lawmakers
Lauren Wills explores the effect that the outspoken comedian and political commentator Russell Brand has had on the UK political sphere
Marina Iskander questions the value and consequences of the Human Rights Act
With the general election just around the corner, could UKIP be the party to change the way we see Westminster?
Following the #idebate in Manchester last week, Alice Rigby and Charlotte Green debate whether or not young people should abandon Westminster as a way of creating political change
Pirate Party Leader Loz Kaye speaks to Features Editor Sam Dumitriu about surveillance, filters and how the internet can transform politics
Does politics have a place in music? Tom Ingham thinks so