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Policy Round-Up: What’s in Store for Students?

May and Corbyn’s Rules Strangle the Free Press

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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

    Written by Redbrick on 22nd May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Green Party Broadcast Takes a Risk to Break Labour’s Monopoly

    Marketing Secretary William Baxter argues that the Green Party Broadcast aims high, but falls short of their previous efforts

    Written by William Baxter on 16th May 2017

    POLITICS

    Policy Round-Up: What’s in Store for Students?

    Commentator Amelia Hiller explains and questions the proposed policies that will affect students the most

    Written by Amelia Hiller on 15th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    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

    Written by Redbrick on 15th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    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

    Written by Redbrick on 12th May 2017

    POLITICS

    The One Show: It May Never Get Cringier Than This

    Theresa and Philip May on The One Show were off-putting and superficial, Phoebe Warneford-Thomson comments

    Written by Phoebe Warneford-Thomson on 12th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Labour Party Broadcast: A New Peake?

    Marketing Secretary William Baxter continues his analysis of the Party Political Broadcasts and argues for Labour's much improved second offering

    Written by William Baxter on 11th May 2017

    INTERNATIONAL

    The Ugliest Election in French History

    2017's French Presidential election will be remembered not for unification, but rather for toxicity and ruthlessness, argues Comment Writer Riley Cox

    Written by Riley Cox on 8th May 2017

    BREXIT

    May’s ‘Strong and Stable Government’: More Than a Tagline

    Comment Writer Tom Young argues that we must vote Conservative to ensure a certain and positive future

    Written by tomyoung22 on 7th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Local Elections See The Conservatives Strategically Strip Power

    The Conservative's plot to undermine local authorities is coming to fruition after Thursday's local elections, Comment Editor Alex Cirant-Taljaard argues

    Written by Alex Cirant-Taljaard on 7th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Diane Abbott’s Interview Was Nothing But a Farce

    Comment Writer Thomas Whattoff stresses the extent of the embarrassment that Diane Abbott has caused for the Labour party

    Written by Thomas Whattoff on 6th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Labour’s Devolution Legacy 20 Years On

    Comment Writer Lisa McGrady argues that we must learn from New Labour's devolution policy if we are to keep the United Kingdom together

    Written by Lisa McGrady on 6th May 2017
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