Chechnya Concentration Camps: An Abhorrent Violation of Human Rights

Sean Spicer’s Holocaust Gaffe: The Final Nail in the Coffin for Trump’s Administration?

Four Ways Labour Could Achieve Electoral Success

Snap General Election: A New Chance for Labour?

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    Chechnya Concentration Camps: An Abhorrent Violation of Human Rights

    Comment writer Sahar Jamfar argues that the abhorrent treatment of the LGBT community in Chechnya camps must not be ignored.

    Written by Sahar Jamfar on 22nd April 2017

    DEBATE

    Sean Spicer’s Holocaust Gaffe: The Final Nail in the Coffin for Trump’s Administration?

    Comment Writer Phoebe Warneford-Thomson argues that Sean Spicer's recent gaffe should have detrimental effects on the Trump Administration

    Written by Phoebe Warneford-Thomson on 20th April 2017

    NATIONAL

    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

    Written by Redbrick on 19th April 2017

    NATIONAL

    Snap General Election: A New Chance for Labour?

    Comment Writer Phoebe Warneford-Thomson argues that the snap general election in June could be the shake-up that the Labour party needs

    Written by Phoebe Warneford-Thomson on 18th April 2017

    BREXIT

    The Not So Great Repeal Bill

    Comment writer Angeliki Antoniadou argues that the Great Repeal Bill will do little to reinstate Westminster's legislative sovereignty

    Written by Angeliki Antoniadou on 15th April 2017

    INTERNATIONAL

    In Defence of Gendered Awards

    Comment Editor Kat Smith argues that the entertainment industry doesn't need non-gendered awards, it needs more representation

    Written by Kat Smith on 14th April 2017

    NATIONAL

    Celebrities Don’t Just Have the Right to Sue ‘News of the World’, They Have a Duty

    We need to condemn the press' invasion of privacy to save ethical journalism, Comment Editor Alex Cirant-Taljaard argues

    Written by Alex Cirant-Taljaard on 7th April 2017

    INTERNATIONAL

    Diversity Doesn’t Hurt Sales, Marvel; Unoriginality Does

    Marvel Comics are wrong to blame increased diversity for their recent slump in sales, argues Comment Writer Morgana Chess

    Written by Morgana Chess on 6th April 2017

    INTERNATIONAL

    Abortion Reversal Reverses Women’s Rights

    Comment Writer Alice Heaps argues that a new Abortion Reversal Bill damages the progress of women's rights

    Written by Alice Heaps on 4th April 2017

    NATIONAL

    Universities Must Work Harder to Prevent Sexual Assault

    Comment Editor Kat Smith argues that while the University of Birmingham has done much to condemn sexual assault, further actions is needed

    Written by Kat Smith on 4th April 2017

    INTERNATIONAL

    Nepotism Invades the Whitehouse

    Ivanka Trump's position at the White House betrays an administration based on nepotism, argues Comment Writer Emily Youlton

    Written by Emily Youlton on 4th April 2017

    NATIONAL

    Born This Way, and the Problem of LGBT Erasure

    Comment Editor Kat Smith rebukes the BBC's cutting of Gaga's pro-LGBT lyrics

    Written by Kat Smith on 3rd April 2017
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