Mental Health Funding Won’t Help in Shared Society

Laser Guns: Star Trek or Great Tech?

Gaping Educational Divide Ignored

Populism Will Not Save Labour

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  • NATIONAL

    Mental Health Funding Won’t Help in Shared Society

    Bea Harvie, Comment writer, considers whether Theresa May's rhetoric regarding mental health will come to fruition in her 'shared society'

    Written by Bea Harvie on 15th January 2017

    INTERNATIONAL

    Laser Guns: Star Trek or Great Tech?

    Commentator Bea Harvie considers whether or not adopting Star Trek's laser technology is right for our austerity age

    Written by Bea Harvie on 14th January 2017

    ON CAMPUS

    Gaping Educational Divide Ignored

    Emily Youlton discusses the class divide that is deterring students from attending university

    Written by Emily Youlton on 10th January 2017

    NATIONAL

    Populism Will Not Save Labour

    Commentator James Cox says Labour should be more concerned with its message, not its messenger

    Written by James Cox on 2nd January 2017

    DEBATE

    Government Will Not Listen on Tuition Fees

    Comment writer, Madeleine Bourne, critiques the government's secret announcement of tuition fee rises

    Written by Madeleine Bourne on 2nd January 2017

    INTERNATIONAL

    Uber Are Heading in Reverse

    Commentator Emily Youlton says that Uber's stubbornness is regressive for the technology giant

    Written by Emily Youlton on 2nd January 2017

    FEATURE

    Redbrick’s 2016 Reading List

    Editor Anna Griffiths revisits some of Redbrick's best and most popular articles of 2016

    Written by Anna Griffiths on 31st December 2016

    BREXIT

    Trousergate: The True Scandal of British Politics

    Commentator Bea Harvie questions whether 'trousergate' is really the most important thing we have to talk about right now, and why are we bothering anyway?

    Written by Bea Harvie on 15th December 2016

    FEATURE

    Investigatory Powers Act: How Free Are We?

    Kat Smith explores how the freedom of the public is being compromised by the Investigatory Powers Act

    Written by katlsmth on 6th December 2016

    BREXIT

    Farage is Underqualified

    Commentator Sam Yearley is surprised that President-elect Trump wants to appoint underqualified Nigel Farage as the US ambassador to the UK

    Written by Samuel Yearley on 6th December 2016

    DEBATE

    Before The Flood

    Comment's Jordan Mullett discusses how Leonardo DiCaprio's film 'Before the Flood' faces the topical issue of global warming

    Written by Jordan Mullett on 6th December 2016

    INTERNATIONAL

    Facebook Fake News

    Alex Goodwin discusses the recent epidemic of 'fake news' on Facebook and how this aided in the results of the US elections

    Written by Alex Goodwin on 6th December 2016
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