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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    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    The Mental Health Revolution

    Antonia Miles is enraged by an investigation into mental health cuts by the government

    Written by Antonia Miles on 6th December 2016


    Student Finance: You Can’t Pull The Wool Over Our Eyes

    Emily Youlton explains the changes to the student finance laws and questions whether the government are hiding the finer details

    Written by Emily Youlton on 6th December 2016


    Are Things Looking Up for the Lib Dems?

    Commentator, Bea Harvie, questions whether the Lib Dems' win in the Richmond Park by-election is a nationwide rejection of Brexit, or just an isolated yellow fightback

    Written by Bea Harvie on 3rd December 2016


    Long Live the Palace

    Commentator Emily Youlton writes why we should not shirk at the taxpayer funded improvements to Buckingham Palace

    Written by Emily Youlton on 3rd December 2016


    Twitter and Politics

    Comment editor, Kamila Geremek, explores the conflict between free speech and a rise in hate speech on Twitter

    Written by Kamila on 2nd December 2016


    Harry Potter and the Never Ending Spinoffs

    Commentator Kat Smith wonders when the never ending spinoffs of the popular series will ever end

    Written by katlsmth on 2nd December 2016


    Redbrick Meets: Gisela Stuart MP

    Editors Conrad Duncan and Anna Griffiths went to speak to Gisela about Brexit, Birmingham and women in politics

    Written by Anna Griffiths & Conrad Duncan on 20th November 2016
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