Boris Johnson has not had a good second lockdown. First, his fiancée pushed his chief adviser out of Downing Street. Then, just when he was about to relaunch his party to address some of the […]
Once the brainchild behind the Vote Leave campaign, next the puppet-master at the heart of the Johnson government. Now, Dominic Cummings has resigned after a period of infighting in the government. Will Nixon reports on the events leading to his departure.
Madeleine Williams speaks to students about their response to the government advised ‘travel window’.
Matthew Whiteley reviews Tom Brewer’s latest book, an in-depth, exciting and illuminating biography of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Manchester born-and-bred Zahra Iqbal discusses the unforgivable attitude of Boris Johnson to her home county.
The Gryphon spoke to Hyde Park venues and pub-goers on what the future of tighter local restrictions and the effect on the hospitality in the wake of a local spike As the number of COVID-19 […]
Back in May, England was still in the middle of a summer-long lockdown, watching on as countries like New Zealand, Denmark, and even our neighbouring Scotland seemingly soared through their respective goals. These countries lifted […]
Some of you guessed right, it’s the Arts. As for those who didn’t, the effects of growing up in post-2008 Britain are showing themselves nicely. For those that guessed ‘Police’, I’m sorry. The government has […]
Reports throughout this world crisis have praised female leaders for their success in handling COVID-19. Now the Centre for Economic Policy Research and the World Economic Forum has published an analysis to back up this […]
There is a mistaken superiority in Britain on issues regarding race, one which compartmentalises racism to the US. There is a dangerous reluctance within the Government to admit the actualities of racism in the UK: […]
The Conservative Government is working to integrate the Department for International Development (DFID) into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Boris Johnson claims that this will allow for “reform” of the way Britain gives aid to […]
In normal times, a crisis or a major protest would thrill the press. Commentators would happily write, talk and saturate us with an issue before moving on to the next fresh controversy. Now, however, journalists […]