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Stamping returns to the Lemmy

Following huge demand and requests from the student body, Lemmy Stamps have been brought back. A Student Idea to bring back re-entry stamps at...

Exeter City held to draw by Stevenage

On a beautiful February afternoon, Exeter City’s form continued to stutter as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Stevenage. There were two changes...

Obama’s legacy: A strong, modern America, or the end of the...

“Well, I say to them tonight, there's not a liberal America and a conservative America; there's the United States of America.” These are the...

Theresa May has pledged to make Britain one-nation. But can she...

Theresa May’s first speech as Prime Minister was dominated by the theme of one-nation. She spoke of David Cameron’s legacy from same-sex marriage to...

Take me to your (Conservative) leader

Since the referendum and David Cameron’s resignation, the chaos that has consumed Great Britain has been seen nowhere more clearly than in Cameron’s own...

Abject failure: A review of England at Euro 2016

As Roy Hodgson walked into the conference room after England’s shock 2-1 defeat at the hands of Iceland, everyone knew it was over. Delivering...

Pragmatic, ruthless and brilliant: How Diego Simeone became one of the...

Watching Diego Simeone, clad in his ever-present black suit, patrolling his technical area, snarling, barking, and leading Atlético Madrid to another Champions League semi-final, was an...

Donald Trump: Clown or Mastermind?

My disdain for the tone of Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency in 2016 knows virtually no bounds. From advocating torture “a hell of...

Leicester City’s success shows just how far the Premier League has...

Pundits are falling over each other to shout about how wonderful it is - the greatest sporting underdog story of all time. Leicester, a team...

2015/16 Premier League title contenders

This time last season, Chelsea were unbeaten, six points clear at the top of the league and the clear favourites for the title. Twelve...