In light of the recent Hartlepool by-election result, Alex Howe analyses why Labour is losing support.
On the 6th of May, West Yorkshire citizens will be voting for the first ever mayor of West Yorkshire. Josh Elgin explains everything you need to know.
Séamus O’Hanlon reports on Tuesday’s parliamentary panel on the impact of COVID-19 on schools.
Marcus Rashford fighting the government once more, this time it’s food parcels.
On Thursday the Equality and Human Rights Commission released their long-awaited report on antisemitism in the Labour Party. The party was found to have broken the law, with those in power actively interfering in the […]
Today on Call Keir, the Leader of the Labour Party listened to the concerns of freshers’ and their families.
With new leadership, the Labour Party is conducting itself cautiously. Their strategy for the future is ‘a gamble’, reports Tyler England.
In spite of its current state of precarious chaos brought about through years of unforgivable mismanagement, the UK still has much to be grateful for in its National Health Service. You don’t have to search […]
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 Labour leadership and deputy leadership election ended unexpectedly on April 4th. The new leader, Keir Starmer, and Deputy, Angela Rayner, had to publish acceptance videos on their social media pages as a result of […]
University of Leeds alumnus Keir Starmer was elected on Saturday as the new leader of the Labour Party. As a result, the five-year reign of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party is over.
At the end of Corbyn’s leadership, he has left a somewhat difficult legacy for Labour, with the anti-Semitism crisis still rumbling, Momentum monopolising power in the party and two failed elections, the last of which saw Labour lose 59 constituencies and its worst defeat since the 1930’s.