Josh Bate explores post EU Britain. With new control over foreign policy, what are the aims of the government, and what sentiment underpins this?
Wuhan was the first place from which draconian reports of lockdown emerged, when Covid-19 first started. Now, Wuhan is covid free. Will Nixon reports on how countries have dealt with Covid-19 across the world.
Three years after the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Curuana Galizia, Josh Bate investigates whether her work to expose corruption has had any consequences, and the fight to achieve justice for her murder.
To many of us, Brexit will now seem like a simpler time. Though it was a seemingly never-ending period of disappointment and catastrophe, at least, for me, the current global pandemic seems to have put […]
The Almeria province in Spain produces around 3.5 million tonnes of fruit and vegetables per year, with over half of this being exported. The region has been branded ‘sea of plastic’ due to the abundance […]
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 […]
The situation on the border between Turkey and Greece is rapidly escalating out of control, as migrants attempting to reach a new home and safe haven in Europe have engaged in violent clashes with riot […]
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, […]
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 […]
As Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson once said, ‘a week is a long time in politics.’ It was long enough for Boris Johnson to secure a Brexit deal and for it to pass its second […]
As October 31st is drawing nearer, confusion over the ways in which Brexit will affect EU citizens living, studying and working in the UK is still mounting. Spooky season is upon us. As pumpkins in […]
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 […]