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.
I groaned when I first read the online headline speculating that Harry Potter may be getting a television reboot but was this reaction genuine concern or instant snobbery? The article, was in fact, referring to […]
The United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU) are finally reaching the ‘critical stage’ of Brexit trade talks. But what exactly does this all mean? Well firstly the UK has indeed left the EU and […]
Since June 2016, the UK public has been anxiously waiting for the day when Brexit will finally mean Brexit.
Businesses, local councils and individuals have been preparing themselves for various outcome scenarios, yet none could have ever anticipated that Brexit would coincide with a pandemic.
The Hostile Environment policy still stands to enforce systematic socio-economic immobilisation for refugees to this day. Geeta Wedderburn sets out some of the hurdles faced when seeking asylum.
William Nixon breaks down all the possible best and worst scenarios of Brexit for us.
Lennart discusses his experience of moving from Heidelberg, Germany to Leeds as an Erasmus student, and the affect that both the pandemic and Brexit has had on the experience of students studying abroad.
Brexit has dwindled into a very much reduced priority since the arrival of coronavirus. As a granddaughter of Indian immigrants, I have found the events of Brexit slightly more difficult to disregard. When I awoke […]
It is a thin line between national pride and jingoism. If it was not clear already, the UK appears to be dangling its feet into the territory of the latter. But at what point did […]
We live in a climate where the media is constantly driving a wedge between young and old, demonising the lazy and wasteful millennials whilst portraying baby boomers as the Brexit-generation, intolerant and angry. The “ok […]
NUS (National Union of Students) have launched a new campaign to help save the Erasmus programme, which faces an uncertain future now that the UK has officially left the European Union. Initially founded in 1987, […]
Men’s razors, children’s nappies, Jaffa cakes, exotic meats, edible cake decorations and nuts with their shells. What do all of these items have in common? When you buy one of these you will not be […]