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    A New Form of Nationalism

    Nathan Clarke urges respect and reflection surrounding the dangers of nationalism and far-right populism, arguing that we must work towards peace in Europe

    Written by Nathan Clarke on 7th December 2018


    Jamal Khashoggi and Western Hypocrisy

    The western criticism of the murder of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi is hypocritical argues comment's Holly Pittaway

    Written by Holly Pittaway on 6th December 2018


    2018 Budget: A Step in the Right Direction

    Alex Boscott discusses the effects of the Chancellor's new budget on young people across the UK

    Written by Alex Boscott on 22nd November 2018


    Alone in the Cold

    As the temperature drops we must act on our moral and social responsibility to help rough sleepers, argues Alex Cirant-Taljaard

    Written by Alex Cirant-Taljaard on 21st November 2018


    A People’s Vote: Should We Make a Sudden EU-Turn?

    In light of the recent march calling for People's Vote, Comment writers Nathan Clarke, Hannah Lay and Jonathan Korn discuss whether public input into the Brexit process is a good idea

    Written by Nathan Clarke, Hannah Lay & Jonathan Korn on 20th November 2018


    Hateful Comments May Have Gone Too Far

    Comment writer Hannah Lay argues that the recent hateful comments regarding Theresa May are inexcusable

    Written by Hannah Lay on 15th November 2018


    A Blue Ripple Leaves a Blue Mood

    Comment Writer Tom Moran explains why the results of the recent US Midterm are more of a blue ripple than a blue wave

    Written by Tom Moran on 12th November 2018


    Good Leader, Bad Man?

    Comment writer Jonathan Korn explores the extent to which bad people can be good leaders, and the moral complications that accompany this

    Written by Jonathan Korn on 3rd November 2018


    Inside the Conservative Conference

    Comment Writers Mia Brown and Simon Jones give an insight into the inner workings of the Conservative Party Conference

    Written by Mia Browne & SimonJones on 1st November 2018


    Engaging the Youth in Politics is No Easy Fix

    Comment writer Hannah Lay argues that there is no magic answer to getting young people engaged in politics

    Written by Hannah Lay on 20th October 2018


    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


    Brett Kavanaugh Is No Joke

    Turning Brett Kavanaugh into a comedic figure only serves to undermine the case against him, argues Deputy Editor Kat Smith

    Written by Kat Smith on 14th October 2018
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