Tag : lauren walker

Trump’s top 100

1 year ago / 0 comments

As we are now nearing the monumental benchmark of President Trump’s 100th day in office, I feel it’s only fair to mark the occasion with a celebration of his greatest hits. By now, everyone is already aware of the remarkable man that now sits in the White House as the … Read More

Students, your country needs you!

1 year ago / 0 comments

With the announcement of the Snap Election that is going to take place on June 8th later this year, speculation is already occurring over whom 18-24 year olds will vote for. AKA, who will the student population of the country vote for – being that they are now the most … Read More

Disabled? I think not!

1 year ago / 0 comments

With Brexit on the horizon and the financial debt of our country getting worse by the day, our current oppressive Tory government had the ingenious idea of introducing the PIP system (the Personal Independence Payment System) into society to help the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) decide how much … Read More

The Trump effect

1 year ago / 0 comments

By now everyone is aware of the complete buffoon Donald Trump is and that he is a racist, bigoted, small minded man. I can deal with that – he’s on the other side of the world and I don’t need to go to America in the next four years so … Read More

The fear of the ‘Other’

1 year ago / 0 comments

It is no surprise in modern Western society that terror attacks in crucial locations, such as the nation’s capital, provoke fear and thought in the minds of those concerned with the preservation of a democratic society. However, the terror attack that occurred on Westminster Bridge on Wednesday 22nd March this … Read More

Toxic Trump

2 years ago / 0 comments

After the world was left rightly distraught on Tuesday night at the thought of the racist, sexist and misogynistic pig that is Donald J. Trump becoming President of the United States of America. Masses of people lined the streets across the US in key cities like Chicago, Washington DC and … Read More

What a demockracy!

2 years ago / 0 comments

Brexit is and always will be a highly controversial topic within the United Kingdom. However, the recent High Court ruling that states the government does not have the prerogative powers alone to trigger Article 50, without consulting parliament, may be one for the history books. As a citizen in this … Read More

Rumble in the jungle

2 years ago / 0 comments

Morality prompts us to question whether the demolition of The Calais Jungle is a humane act. However politics, on the other hand, implores us to acknowledge the stain that is The Jungle on the French and the damage it is causing for tourism and the economy to name a few. … Read More