Personal, sexual, health and economic (PSHE) education has been under-valued and under-resourced in schools across the country. Isabel Ralphs explores the worrying repercussions of this void in personal knowledge.
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.
Lennart Schiek takes a close look at the Police Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
In an age of vast access to media, newsfeeds are updating by the second. Whilst tech giants amass great sums of revenue from promoting this material, ought journalists to be compensated fairly for their content?! Will Nixon reports on a new Austrailian law which purports to do just that.
Jess Tait explores the conflict between teachers and the government throughout the pandemic. Whilst both agree that education is important, ‘this foundation does not seem to bring them together’.
There is much unrest within the farming community in India. Recently, three new Agriculture Bills have come in to force, sparking widespread protest. Manasa Narayanan spoke to people involved, tracing the root source of their anger to the centralised government at the heart of India’s power structure.
Students in Thailand have been dodging pepper spray, putting out tear gas canisters and holding up three-finger salutes as they call for major democratic reforms to the Prayut Chan-o-cha government as well as a modernisation […]
Have we been prioritising physical health and containing the virus at the expanse of neglecting mental health in this country? Clarissa Leung and Ahnaf Akeef report on Covid’s impact on mental health.
Caring for our mental health has always been essential, but now maybe even more than ever! Amid a global pandemic and during a second lockdown, it is easy to forget about taking care of ourselves and prioritising our mental well-being.
Some of Leeds’ favourite venues including Old Red Bus Station, Brudenell Social Club and the Leeds Library have received vital funding to stay open as part of the Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund. The scheme, a […]
Marcus Rashford recently forced the government to change their policy on free school meals. Sports editor Calum Pinches profiles the Man United forward, and his own experience with hunger.