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TV Review: In ‘The Rise Of The Murdoch Dynasty’, The

Rupert Murdoch is a man that everyone should know well. After all, he has single-handedly controlled the swing of the political pendulum since the premiership of Margaret Thatcher. The Australian media mogul started out inheriting just one newspaper in Adelaide, but rose to control the Sun, the Times, Fox News, Sky, the New York Post, […]Read More

We must hold government responsible over the Panama papers

The recent leak of 11.5 million documents from Panamanian-based law firm Mossack Fonseca has sparked global outrage. And quite rightly so. 143 politicians from around the world, 12 of whom are current or former national leaders, were revealed to be evading the law and going to every length to avoid paying tax. Yet the British […]Read More

Is Education a Privilege or a Right?

After the re-election of the Conservative party in May, the fear for students’ higher education has increased. Since the coalition government was in power, tuition fees have risen from £3,000 to £9,000 and are unsurprisingly expected to rise again during Cameron’s second tenure as Prime Minister. The question that now probes us is: should education […]Read More

Jeremy Kyle: “A miner of poor people’s misery”?

Both Jeremy Kyle and Russell Brand have been in the media spotlight in recent weeks following the disastrous losses in Tunisia. It’s hardly news that the media we witness daily is misconstrued and wishes to feed us with a mainstream narrative that often blocks out a much larger perspective. Essentially, the media wishes to keep […]Read More

A Definitely Not Sarcastic Letter To The Media: Am I

Dear all of the media (both social and otherwise), I am currently pacing around my room in a frantic tizz of an eruptive, emotional and distinctly female mess as I am suddenly stumped by a question that supposedly people have asked themselves for many years. Presumably, from the beginning of time itself, people have pondered […]Read More