Emily Youlton, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Emily Youlton
English Language Student. News and Comment Writer

Twitter: @EmilyJYoulton

The Value of Student Journalism

Redbrick discuss the value of student journalism, why it is important, and what it means to the individuals who take part

Posted on 29th March 2019

Banned Uber is Bad News for London

Emily Youlton argues that banning Uber sets to fail more civilians in the city than it serves

Posted on 10th October 2017

Major Party Manifestos 2017: What Are the Policies for Students?

News give a simple guide to the main policies for students from the UK's 5 major parties, ahead of the June 8th General Election

Posted on 31st May 2017

UoB to Open Dubai Campus in 2018

The University of Birmingham has announced that it will be opening a new campus in Dubai. Emily Youlton reports

Posted on 27th May 2017

Nepotism Invades the Whitehouse

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

Posted on 4th April 2017

Birmingham Flat Raided in Relation to Westminster Attack

At approximately 11pm on Wednesday 22nd March a flat on Hagley Road, Birmingham was raided in relation to the terror attack carried out in Westminster on the same day

Posted on 23rd March 2017

‘Fast Track’ Degree Plans Unveiled by Conservatives

The Department for Education has released plans to allow a new ‘Fast Track’ degree which would only take two years

Posted on 11th March 2017

Birmingham Experiencing Tourist Boom

It seems that Birmingham has managed to rebel the traditional stereotype of a ‘concrete jungle’ as it sees record tourism figures

Posted on 8th March 2017

Council Approve Stirchley Fitness First and Bowling Demolition

Emily Youlton reports on Birmingham City Council granting permission to demolish Stirchley's Fitness First and PSL bowling

Posted on 15th February 2017

Would Boris Strike a Pose?

Emily Youlton writes on Theresa May appearing in Vogue, and whether Boris Johnson would be commended for his fashion choices over his accomplishments

Posted on 8th February 2017

Education Committee Concerned Over Brexit Impact

The latest evidence gathered by the Education Committee highlights the increasing concern of the future of post-Brexit higher education

Posted on 25th January 2017

Petition calls for Council to ‘Stand Up For “Stirchley’

On the 22nd December 2016, Birmingham City Council approved a planning application from Lidl to build a brand new store on the Stirchley site of Fitness First and PSL Bowling

Posted on 17th January 2017