Josh Bate explores post EU Britain. With new control over foreign policy, what are the aims of the government, and what sentiment underpins this?
In light of the recent Hartlepool by-election result, Alex Howe analyses why Labour is losing support.
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.
With lockdown restrictions beginning to lift on the 13th of May, social media was soon rife with images of packed tube stations and trains filled to capacity. Commuters once again began their journeys to work, […]
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 […]
As the Conservative Party conference got underway, the indications were clear that the Tories, following the direction of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, are positioning themselves to fight a general election. With the declaration of an […]
Ahead of its long-awaited exit from the European Union, Britain’s decaying industry took another huge blow with the announcement that British Steel would be going into liquidation. Having been bought out by GreyBull Capital for […]
Fox News host Tucker Carlson has long since been a conservative and divisive face on American TV. Though he has stated there is no white supremacy in America, he is beloved by well-known white nationalists, […]
Take a moment to read the following quotes. One belongs to Winston Churchill, the man who is so often lauded as the greatest Prime Minister to ever have graced the United Kingdom; one belongs to […]
Last week, news broke that the Chancellor was looking at ways to fill a black hole of nearly £20bn in the public finances before the budget later this month. Recent analysis shows that the deficit […]
A Conservative MP and government whip, Chris Heaton-Harris, has been sharply criticised for writing a letter to every Vice-Chancellor in the country asking for the names of professors who lecture in European affairs “with special […]
The “freshers charter” bill was today given royal assent after becoming law last week. The bill will give parents and guardians the legal right to forcibly “chip” their university inbound sons and daughters to track […]