With COP26 underway, debut writer Toby Chapman explores the recent developments in climate change policy. How far will states go to maximise the safety of others?
[…] Johnson’s rhetoric at the conference sought to differentiate them from the fiscally irresponsible Labour Party, whilst coming off the back of a pandemic during which billions were spent on faulty PPE, an eighteen month-long furlough scheme and a test-and-trace system that achieved next to nothing […]
Josh Bate explores post EU Britain. With new control over foreign policy, what are the aims of the government, and what sentiment underpins this?
Why did Dominic Cummings offer scathing criticism of the government towards the end of May? Was he merely reitterating what we already know or are his claims offering a more damning insight in to the government’s handling of the pandemic? 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.
On the 22 February Boris Johnson revealed his roadmap out of the current lockdown. He promised the transition process would be ‘cautious’ but ‘irreversible’ as the country slowly returns to something resembling normal life. The […]
Boris Johnson The UK is one of the countries who signed the Paris Agreement in 2015, where nations make an effort to combat climate change and keep global warming under 2 degrees celsius. The country […]
Basements pumping music you don’t really like but profess to do so on a Friday night, banging on the door of the one working toilet, and swiping a half-empty lukewarm Stella towards morning- house parties. […]
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 […]
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’.