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Why Every Student Should Register to Vote

Don't miss tonight's deadline for registering to vote in the June 8th General Election

Posted on 22nd May 2017

Review: ‘A Womb of One’s Own’

Becky Bryant reviews this rip-roaring, delightfully rude and taboo challenging play, brought to Birmingham by the Wonderbox theatre company

Posted on 16th May 2017

An Evening with Patrick Ness

Rhys Morgan spends a fascinating evening in the company of author Patrick Ness, as he discusses his new book 'Release'

Posted on 16th May 2017

May and Corbyn’s Rules Strangle the Free Press

By restricting what journalists can ask and write, both May and Corbyn are hurting the freedom of the press, argues Comment Writer Feidhlim Macauley

Posted on 15th May 2017

A Win for the Conservatives is a Loss for Foxes

Despite being publicly unpopular, a clear Conservative majority in the General Election could spell the return of fox hunting, argues Comment Writer Nicola Stavrinou

Posted on 12th May 2017

Review: ‘La Strada’

Elizabeth Sharpe reviews a play which inspires both delight and reflection in its audience

Posted on 12th May 2017

Want to Be Prime Minister? Become a President

The White House is becoming a key source of electoral inspiration for British politicians trying to get into No. 10, argues Comment Writer Tom Whattoff

Posted on 6th May 2017

Preet Gill Confirmed As Labour Candidate For Edgbaston

The Labour Party have named Councillor Preet Gill as their Birmingham Edgbaston candidate for the 2017 General Election

Posted on 29th April 2017

General Election 2017: Redbrick Reacts

The announcement of the 2017 General Election came as a shock to many - here are the reactions of our writers

Posted on 25th April 2017

Review: The University Camerata, Barber Concerts, conducted by James Naylor and Daniel Mahoney

Sophie Uyttenhove takes a moment to absorb and enjoy the University Camerata's beautiful performance

Posted on 22nd April 2017

Four Ways Labour Could Achieve Electoral Success

Comment Writer Luke Young offers the Labour party four key pieces of advice for success in June's snap general election

Posted on 19th April 2017

Review: ‘Global Voices’

Kia Hunt reviews a wonderful event at the University of Birmingham, a creative celebration of interpreters and improvisation

Posted on 14th April 2017