Boris Johnson has caused controversy following his plan to cut Universal Credit by £20-a-week in April despite criticism from Labour and Red Wall Tories in his own party. The government had previously increased Universal Credit […]
Jess Tait explores the conflict between teachers and the government throughout the pandemic. Whilst both agree that education is important, ‘this foundation does not seem to bring them together’.
With ‘Gingerism’ still remaining ubiquitous in modern British society, Jess Tait ponders upon the fine line between prejudice and oppression.
Leeds City Council began its first ‘low traffic neighbourhood’ (LTN) trials this month in Hyde Park and Chapeltown following funding from the Department of Transport. The implementation of LTN trials, also known as ‘active travel […]
With Scotland’s smacking ban coming in to force, Jess Tait explores the age old debate of when discipline becomes harm.
LUU Riley Awards goes virtual this year due to Covid-19 Pandemic