Parliamentarians have returned to the House of Commons following the Supreme Court’s verdict on the unlawfulness of Boris Johnson’s prorogation, ready for another fresh attempt to stop no-deal. Imperative to this goal are Jo Swinson’s […]
With the turbulent nature of Brexit politics, you could have been forgiven for not knowing who to throw your weight behind during the European elections. With the classic two main parties appearing a little lacklustre […]
The nation’s favourite former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, this week took a well-earned rest from cashing in on his premiership and speculated that his former party was beyond rescuing from the neo-Marxist cult that now […]
An election survey by Times Higher Education (THE) has revealed that almost 3/4 of staff at the University will vote for the Labour party this Thursday. The survey, which was released online gained 1,019 responses from […]
Amongst the diverse range of public assets to be privatised by the Coalition Government (these include Royal Mail and NHS Plasma Supply), Student Loans is the latest target by which the government is attempting to […]
When it comes to politics, I believe that the liberty to peacefully campaign and petition the government is integral to maintaining the we value so much in our society. So naturally, I was appalled to […]
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has apologised to students for breaking his party’s pre-election pledge on tuition fees.