‘Through the eyes of social media, the world watches how a peaceful, nation-wide rebellion is crushed with brute force in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar. It seems like the decade long experiment in democracy in Myanmar has come to an end.’ Lina Abraham reports.
Meghan and Harry made claims that could have shaken the very pillars of our society in their Oprah interview. Yet have the press hijacked the conversation? Will Nixon reports.
Alex Howe explores how the notorious Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill came about and how it may come to effect our freedom of expression.
Last month, the UK government rejected advice to prioritise prisoners in their vaccination scheme. Isabel Ralphs explores how the prison population have been neglected during the pandemic.
Ioana Grădinaru investigates why lesbians have faced worsening mental health and loneliness in recent times.
“The last few weeks seem like a period of reckoning of police power in the UK”. Manasa Narayanan reports on the Kill the Bill protests across the country, in response to the Police Bill.
In recent weeks, the Scottish government and current First Minister (FM) Nicola Sturgeon have come under intense scrutiny for their handling of sexual harassment allegations made against former FM and Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond. William Nixon investigates.
Séamus O’Hanlon reports on Tuesday’s parliamentary panel on the impact of COVID-19 on schools.
Students and staff express grave concern over the University’s redrat of the Trans Equality Policy. Safi Bugel reports.
Neive McCarthy reports on the ongoing concerns around study spaces at the University.
Can comedy bounce back after the pandemic? Joshua Bates reports
The Turkish President, Recep Erdogan, has been facing backlash after appointing a new rector from his political party for Bogazici University and later for making several anti-LGBTQ+ claims against protesting students. Ioana Grădinaru reports.