Neive McCarthy reflects on the callous nature of the Tories after they reject a proposal for free school meals.
In 2016, Public Health England launched a flagship program to reduce the amount of sugar in children’s diets. They set the ambitious target of reducing sugar consumption in products most likely to contribute to childhood […]
Last month, the New York Times revealed that President Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016, and again in his first year occupying the White House. Furthermore, Trump paid no income tax […]
Released back into the world after his covid sojourn in hospital, Donald Trump wasted no time getting back on the campaign trail. Speaking at a packed rally in Pennsylvania, the president attempted to shake off […]
Manchester born-and-bred Zahra Iqbal discusses the unforgivable attitude of Boris Johnson to her home county.
Déjà vu has swept the nation after yet another political figure has breached basic COVID-19 regulations. Margaret Ferrier, SNP MP for Rutherglen and Hamilton West, travelled from her constituency to Westminster with coronavirus symptoms and […]
The Sunflower Lanyard Scheme launched in May 2016 at Gatwick Airport. The purpose of the scheme was to discreetly identify passengers with hidden disabilities who may need additional help while travelling. Since then, it has […]
In 2019 India’s Bharatiya Janata Party won a landslide victory. The results of this democratic national election demonstrated overwhelming support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second term and his Hindu nationalist agenda. Emboldened, Modi has […]
The appointment of Petra de Sutter, a trans woman, as the Belgian deputy prime minister is a huge step forward for trans representation in politics. She is now the most senior trans politician in Europe, […]
The department for education has rolled out new guidelines for the teaching of relationship, sex and health education. The new guidance includes a ban on using materials from organisations which promote extreme views. Extreme views […]
If we take a step back from the horrors of this year’s A-Level and GCSE grading debacle, little is being done to account for how this year’s Year 11 and 13’s education has suffered. Months […]
Nagorno-Karabakh is a mountainous, landlocked region in the South Caucasus. According to international law, it is technically part of Azerbaijan, but ethnic Armenians make up the vast majority of the population. About 150,000 people reject […]