In light of the recent Hartlepool by-election result, Alex Howe analyses why Labour is losing support.
As part of the #Indiainred series, Manasa Narayanan investigates India’s Covid crisis, where government negligence and inadequately resourced healthcare facilities have contributed to devastating rates of death.
Following US President Biden’s remarks about Armenian Killings being a “genocide”, Tasha Johnson dissects Turkey’s protracted history of Kurdish erasure and what the term “genocide” entails.
Will Nixon explores the disagreements and controversies surrounding this year’s Eurovision competition.
After the death of veteran journalist, Giorgos Karaviaz, Josh Bate contemplates the nature and safety of investigative journalism. Should journalists be offered more protection, considering the dangers they face in exposing the truth?
Josh Bate examines the ‘gig economy’ business model and what it means for workers.
Oran O’Neill attempts to answer the question of our times: “What is the future of Ireland post-Brexit?” and touches on the Northern Ireland riots, the creation of an “Irish Sea Border” and several other points of tension.
Isabel Ralphs delves deep into the opioid pandemic and details why it is no longer an American epidemic.
Isobel Broadhurst explores the claims made in the new Netflix documentary, Seaspiracy. Is commercial fishing killing our oceans?
Manasa Narayanan discusses a new app which promises to help students find part time work, for a minimum of £8.92 per hour.
Madeleine Williams explores the trending hashtag #notallmen. Did this hashtag derail a necessary conversation about women’s rights or is it (as WIkipedia notes), a social movement against generalisations?
‘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.