Khara Burch wrote an article on VE Day, musing on why celebrating was morally difficult for her, particularly amidst the global pandemic. As I’m sure you’re aware, today is Victory in Europe Day (VE Day), […]
Over the past few weeks you have, no doubt, seen the various challenges and fundraisers circulating around social media. Run 5, Donate 5, Nominate 5. The 2.6 Challenge. And most importantly, Captain Tom Moore, who […]
Lockdown is the new normal, yet it may not have had to be. In January, the coronavirus whipped round the streets of Wuhan, tallying up deaths in quantities that have only recently been revealed. Scientists […]
A group of journalists recently walked out of a briefing at Downing Street. The gesture was in solidarity for colleagues who were allegedly uninvited and told to leave. While Downing Street denies this, a minister […]
Good Friday saw the UK set yet another unwelcome record in the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, as nine hundred and eighty patients died in a twenty-four-hour period in hospitals across the country. It marks the largest […]
From the election of Donald Trump, the Brexit campaign, Cambridge Analytica and the Salisbury Skripal poisonings to the infiltration of British democracy and the manipulation of the EU referendum – Russian intelligence agencies have, supposedly, […]
Dominic Cummings is not your typical advisor. His strong character and radical solutions are turning society upside down. Isabel Ralphs examines the profile of one of the most influential men in the UK. For all […]
The UK’s Prime Minister delivered a thought-provoking speech at the United Nations General Assembly in September 2019 on modern advances in technology. While the speech featured some important themes and delivered an ultimately powerful message […]
Brexit might just be the most used portmanteau of the modern era; it might also be the most divisive. Nevertheless, Brexit Day has passed. After three years of political turmoil, three prime ministers and four […]
In 2017, 40% of students at Oxford University were privately educated, a staggering figure considering just 7% of the general population are privately educated. So, why is it that the privilege of private education leads to access to the top universities, top jobs and higher income in later life?
A general election and televised debates go hand in hand: this election has been no different. The two most notable thus far include the ITV debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn, and the Question […]
Spoiling your ballot paper, no matter how strongly you dislike all the options, is not a viable solution, and here’s why.