Spoiling your ballot paper, no matter how strongly you dislike all the options, is not a viable solution, and here’s why.
The plastic pollution filling the world’s oceans exploded into popular conscience after the reveal of Blue Planet II, which horrified millions with its shots of vivid, deep blue seas polluted with floating plastic waste. What […]
Despite their visible drives towards inclusivity and diversity, university campuses are no stranger to excluding working-class students. Buildings named after members of elite families, expensive shops and disparate accommodations are just a few of the features of university life which can make students from low-income backgrounds feel like they don’t belong at their chosen institute of learning. But is Leeds any different in this trend? I met with Catheryne Sturgess-Fairbairn, a 2ndyear politics student at the University of Leeds, to find out her thoughts.
Do you work long hours at a thankless job? Do you get minimum wage even though you face so many problems per hour you’re not far off suffering an aneurysm? Do members of the public […]
Interconnectedness dominates the global marketplace and the meteoric rise of continually advancing technology has seen international relations grow faster and closer than ever before. An estimated 58% of small businesses deal with international clients thanks […]
Followers have proved themselves all-powerful in the online community again. In the online YA community, YA influencer and upcoming author Amélie Wen Zhao, has cancelled her highly-anticipated début Blood Heir amid accusations of hypocrisy and […]
February is LGBT History Month, a month dedicated to improving awareness of LGBT lives and histories. The month celebrating LGBT lives is paramount, now more than ever, as the visibility of LGBT people and their […]
Gina Martin was at the British Summertime Festival waiting for The Killers to play when two fellow festival-goers began acting in a way that made her uncomfortable. In a piece she wrote for BBC News, […]
Emmanuel Macron was elected as president of France in 2017 for his promise of changing the way politics worked at a fundamental level. Disillusioned with mainstream politics, the French people had had enough. The conventional […]
The overuse of antibiotics is threatening to plunge us into a post-antibiotic era. Once treatable infections and minor injuries could now kill again with antibiotic resistance at breaking point, new statistics suggest. The Organisation for […]
The New Year amongst book lovers provides the perfect excuse to delve into a tantalising selection of new releases in 2019. With titles coming from authors old and new, revered and promising, there’s bound to […]
Wildfires had been raging in California since the 8th of November when they were finally contained on 25th of November. The wildfires have burnt approximately 150,000 acres of land and have killed at least 88 […]