The Myth of the ‘So-Called Tolerant Left’

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Back in ye olden tymes, newspapers used headlines to grab people’s attention. Headlines were summaries of the articles beneath them, and if written correctly,...

Can Eurovision Really Heal a Broken Europe?

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In 1956, Europe’s best and brightest in the new phenomenon of television broadcasting created a live singing competition to try and unify their war-torn...

Afghanistan: An End In Sight For America’s Longest War

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On 7 October 2001, George W. Bush stood in the White House Treaty Room and announced in a televised address that the United States...

How Politics Poisoned Public Trust In The Covid-19 Vaccine

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Without mass vaccination, things are unlikely to go back to normal—or any semblance of normal—and, medically-speaking, the science supporting the Covid-19 vaccines is sound....

Why we should all be concerned by the censorship of UK...

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A recent BBC documentary centred on rapper Digga D's release from prison has laid bare the troubling nature of the UK government's censorship of...

Laurence Fox and the Problem With Celebrity Politics

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The only thing more irritating than watching celebrities being pressured by journalists into giving forced opinions on current affairs, is watching celebrities voluntarily giving...

The Rise of the Prime Minister, 300 Years and Counting

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Today, 3 April 2021, is the 300th anniversary of Robert Walpole being appointed First Lord of the Treasury, and so becoming the first, de...

The Breakfast TV Debate Needs to Die

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It’s 8:24am. “Cancel Cancel Culture” is stamped on a banner across the bottom of the screen in big block capitals. The debate this morning...

Digital Democracy: the next step?

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You may remember the Labour Party's internal party elections, whereby members had the option to vote online. With this in mind, it is feasible...

This Is How The Handforth Parish Council Christmas Party Would Go...

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Councillor Brian Tolver wanted the annual Christmas party to be at Pizza Express, but then Jackie Weaver suggested that that might not reflect very...

Matt Hancock: Fall-guy Extraordinaire

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Matt Hancock, Health Secretary and grubby pink tie owner, has now been on our screens for over nine months, from televised daily coronavirus briefings...

The Filibuster: Should Democrats ‘Detonate the Nuclear’?

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Progressives have been pushing to get rid of the filibuster for months if they gained control of the three main forms of government. However,...
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Removing Controversial Statues Is Not Erasing History

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On the 7th June, Black Lives Matter protesters in Bristol tore down a statue of Edward Colston, a prolific 17th-century slave trader, and threw...
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Censorship and Fascism: The Rise of the Far-Right

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It seems to be a universal truth that one of the most difficult concepts for any young teenager to grasp from secondary school history...

Moral Posturing in the Internet Age

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Six months in, hope for the new year has all but withered away. In January, America juggled the Israel-Palestine conflict with a messy impeachment...