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    Rail Review: A Very Cross Country

    Comment writer Peter Amor reports on the upcoming review into the rail system, and how this may affect students and other rail users nationwide

    Written by Peter Amor on 15th October 2018


    Whose Crisis Is It Anyway?

    Comment writers Abby Spreadborough and Isobel Doyle consider who is responsible for dealing with a mental health crisis across the UK's higher education institutions

    Written by Abby & Isobel Doyle on 13th October 2018


    To the Victor Go the Foyles

    While traditional bookshops like Foyles are falling foul of the boom in online shopping, there may still be hope for the high-street brand yet, argues Comment Editor Amelia Hiller

    Written by Amelia Hiller on 22nd September 2018


    It’s Time to Educate Young People on Class

    We need better education to burst the class bubble many young people live in, argues Deputy Editor Kat Smith

    Written by Kat Smith on 14th September 2018


    Wonga Gone Wronga

    Comment editor Amelia Hiller celebrates the collapse of loan shark organisation Wonga, and hopes it signifies the downfall of its competitors once and for all

    Written by Amelia Hiller on 12th September 2018


    Kate Hoey and Frank Field Have Betrayed the Trust of Their Constituents

    Comment Writer Lisa McGrady argues that MPs like Kate Hoey and Frank Field must do more to regain the trust of their constituents

    Written by Lisa McGrady on 28th August 2018


    Liberal Hypocrisy Over the Death Penalty is Beyond Parody

    Liberal anger over Sajid Javid's decision to allow the possible execution of two Islamic State militants is dangerously misplaced, argues Comment Writer Harpreet Pannu

    Written by Harpreet Pannu on 15th August 2018


    Are Football Fans Deserving of a ‘Hooligan’ Reputation?

    Kat Smith and Natalia Carter discuss whether England's 2018 World Cup successes have enabled fans to celebrate together, or simply turn into hooligans.

    Written by Kat Smith & Natalia Carter on 27th July 2018


    Alfie’s Deye of ‘Poverty’

    Comment Editor Amelia Hiller discusses Alfie Deyes' mistake and the responsibility YouTubers have to educate their fanbases

    Written by Amelia Hiller on 12th July 2018


    The Upskirting Bill – Why Have We Had To Wait So Long?

    Deputy Editor Kat Smith asks why it has taken so long for upskirting to be criminalised, and explains why it is unlikely to be a perfect solution

    Written by Kat Smith on 10th July 2018


    A New Path for Catholicism?

    Comment Writer Tom Shacklock discusses what the vote to repeal the 8th amendment means for Catholicism in Ireland

    Written by Tom Shacklock on 15th June 2018


    Theresa May Must Answer to the Windrush Generation

    Immediate action needs to be taken to punish those responsible for creating a 'hostile environment' for the Windrush Generation, argues Comment Writer Kieren Williams

    Written by Kieren Williams on 13th May 2018
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