The Refugee Crisis

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I’d like to begin this by saying, it’s a refugee crisis, not a migrant crisis. Nearly every headline of the newspapers for the past...

The Book That Could End Trump’s Presidency

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Michael Wolff was an author who made his name through his famous book ‘Fire and Fury’. This was a book that hit headlines hugely...

The British Art of Post-Truth Politics

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Last December, a gang of thugs waltzed into No.10 under the cover of an Orwellian mist. They had spoken the right words in convenient...

Footballers Have A Right To Be Concerned About Project Restart

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Footballers earn a lot but that does not mean they shouldn't speak about their legitimate concerns over restarting the season

Calling People ‘Covidiots’ Isn’t Helpful

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For many people, the distribution of a Covid-19 vaccine is joyful and prosperous news. Pride and a rare glimpse of optimism were felt as...

Those Who Can’t, Shan’t: How To Combat a Flawed Education System

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The British Education system is broken. Bringing back grammar schools would see further endorsement of exam-orientated achievement, which so many individuals are not suited...

To Vote, Or Not To Vote?

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With the election approaching in May, Jess and Josh debate whether it remains useful or legitimate to vote.JESS:  I plan to vote in the...

Thatcher: Does she deserve her reputation?

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It’s every history teacher’s favourite anecdote: when James Callaghan’s 1979 government called a vote of no confidence, the Labour party fell into a panic....

A Royal Mess: In Thailand, a Monarch is Challenged

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It was a sight that would once have been unthinkable. On 14th October, a car carrying the queen and heir apparent of Thailand was...

Give Impulsively, But Also Rationally: Focus on Small Charities

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The Yemen crisis has brought to light a lazy and impulsive attitude towards charity, as most of us opt for large, global, corporation-like organisations rather than small charities.

Bigotry, Austerity and Charlatanism: Who Is Boris Johnson?

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As of the 23rd July 2019, Boris Johnson is the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, following Theresa May’s resignation earlier this year....

Qualified Immunity: How it became a violation of constitutional rights

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Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Philando Castile, Tamir Rice, George Floyd. These names, and many more, have become household since a video of a Minneapolis...

General Election 2019

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I felt that I’d be writing something along these lines, but not in my wildest dreams did I think it would be like this....

Electoral Reform and What It Would Mean For The UK

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In the days following the General Election, one strand of discontent has been shown to dominate others. The unfairness of the United Kingdom electoral...

“Build, build, build”: Johnson’s New Deal Will Bulldoze Equal Opportunity

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Boris Johnson's economic recovery plan fails to invest the care sector, and in doing so could be a large blow for equal opportunity.